ImageGrid Represents A Feature-Rich Paradigm Shift In PACS
Smaller medical facilities understand the importance of making the shift to digital radiology, because it saves money on operating costs while providing
exceptional patient care. However, in years past digital radiology was something that only the largest hospitals and medical facilities could afford to
use. Now with the sharp price drop in all manner of electronic equipment and personal computers, the cost of a PACS server is well within reach for
smaller and mid-sized medical offices. ImageGrid offers an affordable and fully integrated storage and server appliance that also provides medical
facilities with features and capabilities that were once only found with expensive PACS solutions.
Medical facilities that use equipment that reads digital images and documents saved in the DICOM format will be able to use the ImageGrid as a
primary PACS. This will allow your medical office to store, send, receive and view DICOM digital images using the ImageGrid appliance. As far as
transmittal of digital medical images in DICOM format, the use of the Internet has tremendously reduced the cost not only of consultations with
far-away physicians but also for the daily routing of digital medical images that are required via a local area network or a wide-area network for
appropriate patient care.
ImageGrid also works as a teleradiology PACS server. It can be easily set up to automatically route images to the on- and off-site reading physicians
that you select, thus saving you time on every image transaction and improving your office workflow. By using this feature of the ImageGrid, your
office's HIPPA compliance is assured in terms of disaster recovery backup systems. The ImageGrid can also be used in conjunction with PACS
monitors to create powerful workstations, allowing you to view DICOM images in high resolution.
The ImageGrid comes with a flexible amount of storage space. This means that smaller medical facilities will only pay for what they currently