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Trauma Awareness Month and vRad’s Impact

As I mentioned in my last post, May is both Trauma and Stroke Awareness month. vRad serves hundreds of trauma and stroke centers across the U.S.  The intention of this blog series is to provide a behind-the-scenes look into our process for triaging stroke and trauma studies and relaying critical findings. 

The 3rd Key to Unlocking a DevOps Culture: Dev Environments on a Dime

Today in the vRad technology quest we set forth to understand Dev (or test) Environments.

Let’s jump right in.

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You don’t have to work in the information security industry to know the challenge virtually all organizations face.

 

Stroke Awareness Month and vRad’s Impact

May is both Stoke and Trauma awareness month.  In recognition of this, we will be publishing a series of 3 posts covering:

  1. Stroke information and our impact;
  2. Trauma information and our impact;
  3. Critical relay times and the future of stroke and trauma treatment.

The 2nd Key to Unlocking a DevOps Culture: The vRad Development Pipeline

Welcome back to the vRad Technology Quest.

At vRad, we value our ability to deliver frequent, regular, and minimally interruptive releases and today I’ll provide an overview of the development pipeline we utilize to achieve those releases.

The 1st Key to Unlocking a DevOps Culture: Agile Software Development

Welcome back to the vRad Technology Quest. Today we’ll cover our development approach to maintaining vRad’s radiology platform.

At vRad, our development team uses the Agile Methodology, with most teams adhering more or less to Scrum.

If you aren’t familiar with software development, don’t fret; understanding how vRad develops software doesn’t require in-depth knowledge of various methodologies.

7 Keys to Unlocking a Devops Culture: Introducing the vRad Radiology Platform

At vRad, we have a passion for connecting – with each other, with clients, and with patients. In technology, we strive to break down the language barrier between geek-speak and common users to share our tools and processes.