Imaging is fully integrated with MacPractice. You can organize photos and X-rays into stacks, and pass your mouse over the stack to "skim" through the images. You can also create customized layouts, allowing you to compare multiple images side-by-side, or stack related images in groups. Edit, measure, zoom, adjust and annotate your images. Both your changes and the original image are safely stored in MacPractice Imaging.
MacPACS are advanced, Mac OS-native and iOS solutions for iPad and iPhone that integrate with MacPractice MD and MacRIS to provide complete end-to-end practice management and EMR integrated with medical imaging and PACS storage for use by radiologists, orthopaedic surgeons, cardiologists, and other specialists.
MacPractice's MacRIS is an end-to-end Mac solution for radiology with practice management including eclaims, scheduling and management reports, EMR, work list, PACS and integration with DICOM viewers.
The heart of every Medstrat system is the server. An echoes Server resides in your office, acting as the central storage point of your information. It also manages all the image transfers and handles all image backups.
With the flexibility of the echoes Server, everything you do inside your office can be done outside your office. In a Medstrat PACS system, the echoes Server acts like a central hub that sends images to the echoes Browser on computers in your office over your existing office Ethernet network. Your Medstrat PACS system is accessible through the echoes Browser anywhere – in your home, at the hospital, and even on your iPhone or iPad.
The echoes Server is a completely hands-off, maintenance-free system. All images are backed-up automatically in real-time, and overflow images are automatically offloaded to Depots. Medstrat headquarters is remotely connected to every echoes Server and monitors everything to ensure proper operation and continued reliability. Every echoes Server is configured on proven hardware that is covered by Medstrat’s comprehensive hardware warranty.
With more than fifteen years of extensive experience in long-term archiving of medical image data, aycan offers aycan store, a scalable, high performance DICOM archiving and distribution system, which can be accessed on-site or optionally through our off-site data center. From simple to complex workflows in imaging centers, hospitals, and Teleradiology service companies, aycan store can improve the workflow in any environment.
aycan's consulting team meets with you to develop a customized solution to fit into your current or future IT/PACS and RIS environment and workflow.
aycan store integrates with MacPractice's MacRIS. Uncompromising DICOM compatibility aycan store supports most Radiology compatibility standards, so it can seamlessly integrate into your current environment and with all your DICOM nodes. Once integrated, you'll stay in control of your data as it is all stored in a vendor neutral DICOM format.
aycan store's unique features allow you to improve productivity without compromising security. Configuring aycan store's auto-routing feature will streamline your workflow by automatically transferring your DICOM data to any desired location. And with industry-standard VPN encryption methods, aycan store keeps your data traffic secure at all times. aycan also offers optional off-site data storage, so you can safely backup your data for disaster recovery and other applications.
aycan will thoroughly plan and prepare for the install before arriving on-site, so you are ensured of a smooth and timely installation.
aycan store's RAID System is engineered for performance and scalability, so no matter how quickly your data grows, aycan store can grow with you and provide the performance you need. With aycan store, there is no need to migrate your data when you are ready to expand. And with native JPEG-lossless compression, you get end-to-end speed, without the wait.
For the thousands of worldwide users of OsiriX - DICOM Viewer, MacPractice offers an option for viewing their patient's DICOM images in either MacPractice Imaging or OsiriX.