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2010 IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering and Service Sciences
Growing long-term cost of managing an onsite medical imaging archive has been a subject which the health care industry struggles with. Based on the current trend, it is estimated that over 1 billion diagnostic imaging procedures will be performed in the United States during year 2014, generating about 100 Petabytes of data. The high volume of medical images is leading to scalability and maintenance issues with healthcare providers' onsite picture archiving and communication system (PACS) anddoi:10.1109/icsess.2010.5552343 fatcat:osokt42nqnd7hmcdlv5uhs3k34