This is a sample of how a DICOM file looks like when viewed in Medicai. Available in both our web and mobile apps, and also easily embedabble in your own solution, our DICOM viewer solution comes connected to a cloud PACS readily available.
Medicai Deconstructed PACS allows healthcare organizations to store, manage, and share medical images securely across multiple locations. Unlike traditional centralized PACS, which relies on a single central server, deconstructed PACS utilizes distributed computing technology to store images across multiple servers.
Our deconstructed PACS system enables enhanced clinical collaboration by providing healthcare professionals with real-time access to patient data, medical images, and notes. This helps improve communication and collaboration between healthcare professionals, leading to better patient outcomes.
Our deconstructed PACS makes medical images accessible from any location, allowing healthcare professionals to view and analyze images remotely. Medicai's deconstructed PACS system helps improve workflow efficiency by enabling healthcare professionals to access patient data, medical images, and other information from a single platform. This can help reduce the risk of errors or duplication of effort, and can also save time.
Our deconstructed PACS is scalable, meaning it can grow and evolve with the needs of the healthcare organization.
Unlike traditional PACS systems, which are often monolithic and difficult to modify or scale, a deconstructed PACS system is modular and flexible. This means that healthcare organizations can select the specific components they need, and easily add or remove components as their needs change.
Our deconstructed PACS reduces costs by eliminating the need for expensive hardware and infrastructure. By allowing healthcare organizations to select only the components they need, a deconstructed PACS system can be more cost-effective than a traditional PACS system. This can be especially beneficial for smaller healthcare organizations or those with limited budgets.