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Welcome to BridgeHead Software

An established company of more than 20 years standing, and over 10 years' experience in managing healthcare data, BridgeHead Software is trusted by over 1,200 hospitals worldwide.

Today, BridgeHead Software offers solutions to help healthcare organizations overcome challenges stemming from rising data volumes and increasing storage costs while delivering peace of mind around how to STORE, PROTECT and SHARE critical electronic patient information.

BridgeHead's Healthcare Data Management (HDM) solution is designed to work with any hospital’s chosen applications and storage hardware, regardless of vendor, providing greater choice, flexibility and control over the way data is managed, now and in the future.


Latest News

Press Release – Bradford Teaching Hospitals completes one of UK’s largest image migration projects

In this press release, BridgeHead announces one of the UK's largest successful data migration projects - the one at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. After months of true collaborative work between vendors BridgeHead, Dell and AGFA, Bradford NHS transferred 1.7 million DICOM studies (27TB of data / 126 million images) from the central data store (CDS) into BridgeHead’s Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA), HealthStore™. To find out more details about this project and hear what the Trust's project team had to say, read the full press release »

Press Release – Press Release - BridgeHead Software Announces a MEDITECH Hospital VNA Upgrade Program

BridgeHead Software announced the VNA Upgrade Campaign, a new program that allows hospitals to leverage their existing investment in BridgeHead Software to quickly and cost effectively upgrade to HealthStore™, a next generation VNA solution

Latest Blog

It’s Time to Retire the VNA

In his May 1 blog, Time to Retire the term “VNA”?, Joe Marion, Founder and Principal of Healthcare Integration Strategies, makes a sound case for abolishing an outdated term, VNA or Vendor Neutral Archive.  While I agree with much of Joe’s argument, I’d like to take it a bit further.

Latest Tweet

@ciouk interviews @CindyFedell, #CIO at Bradford NHS, on innovation in austerity times #HealthIT #VNA @BridgeHeadHDM bit.ly/1Hz5WW3