Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM)

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DC Surgeon: “I Use the iPad Every Day in the Operating Room”

David Raths | TabTimes | December 19, 2011

Some hospitals and health systems are working on customizing their clinical information systems so that doctors making their rounds can access patient data on iPads. But some physicians are taking things one step further by taking iPads into the operating room with them. Read More »

FDA Clears Aycan iPad Teleradiology App For CT, MRI

Neil Versel | MobiHealthNews | September 24, 2012

Aycan Medical Systems, a maker of picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) and other storage and distribution technology for medical imaging, has received FDA 510(k) clearance for its Aycan Mobile teleradiology app for the iPad. Read More »

Imaging And Radiology Paves The Way For Industry Adoption Of Open Source

Gorkem Sevinc | OpenSource.com | February 24, 2014

Open source software in healthcare has been instrumental for sharing common tools and increasing adoption of emerging medical information technology (IT) standards. By leading the effort to digitize health data, imaging informatics has set the precedent for the adoption of the technology industry's best practices and subsequently open source software. Read More »

OpenEMR Releases Medical Image Viewing Support

Press Release | OpenEMR | March 26, 2018

OpenEMR...announces support for a web-based medical image visualizer within a patient record. Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) is a de-facto standard for storing medical imaging data from MRI, CT, and X-ray systems. It is used in essentially all fields of medicine including radiology, cardiology, oncology, and dentistry and can be found in hospital, clinic, and laboratory settings alike. By using a capable open-source, web-based DICOM image viewer, OpenEMR provides clinicians a quick, secure, and robust view into patient images with windowing, panning, zooming, and filtering support.

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StudyCentric – Developing A Research-Oriented Open-Source Web-Based DICOM Viewer

Jeff Miller | Informatics 360 | October 24, 2012

CBMi designs applications to meet the diverse needs of many different users ranging from sophisticated research scientists to clinicians, office staff, and even patients. Recently during the development of the pediatric hearing impairment research tool, AudGenDB, we found ourselves challenged with a requirement to display anonymized medical image data inside the web browser. Read More »