Here is how our DICOM viewer looks

Give it a try, play with it! Using our embeddable DICOM Viewer, you can easily view your DICOM files anywhere online (web, in the mobile application). Your DICOM files are stored in your Medicai workspace, in your cloud PACS.

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.

What is Medicai's DICOM Node?

Medicai's DICOM Node is designed to facilitate the secure retrieval of DICOM images. It provides healthcare professionals with a tool to pull DICOM images from local sources while ensuring compliance with industry standards effectively.

It allows for fast and simple setup and installation that can be completed remotely within a few hours.

We integrate with a wide range of PACS providers like: Agfa Healthcare, Sectra, Intelerad Medical Systems, IBM Watson Health, Fujifilm Synapse, Change Healthcare Radiology Solutions, and imaging equipment providers like: GE Healthcare, Siemens Healthineers, Philips Healthcare, Fujifilm Healthcare Corp, Carestream Health.

Key Features of Medicai's DICOM Node

Image Management

Enables healthcare professionals to efficiently manage DICOM images, including viewing them through Medicai’s DICOM image viewer, storing, sharing, and retrieving them as needed, facilitating seamless diagnostic imaging workflow.

Transfer Functionality

Facilitates the secure transfer of DICOM images between healthcare systems and stakeholders, ensuring seamless communication and collaboration. This capability is particularly valuable when integrated with a DICOM viewer, allowing for efficient image interpretation and analysis.


It supports compatibility with a wide range of DICOM-compatible devices and PACS imaging systems, ensuring interoperability and ease of integration. This flexibility extends to online DICOM viewers, providing healthcare professionals with convenient access to medical images from any internet-connected device.

Security Measures:

Implements robust security measures to protect sensitive medical imaging data, including encryption, access controls, and audit trails. These security features are crucial for ensuring compliance and data protection in next-generation PACS solutions.


Fast Deployment and Improved Workflow for Imaging Services

Swift integration into your existing infrastructure with minimal disruption. Efficient setup that enables your partners to automatically retrieve crucial imaging data; comes with a zero-footprint DICOM viewer for accurate image analysis.

Unified Storage

Consolidate all imaging data generated across various locations into a unified repository, ensuring seamless access to comprehensive patient images from a single, centralized platform. All the imaging data generated in multiple locations is available in the same place.

Multi-enterprise setup

Securely deploy a DICOM node in each of your locations, even in your imaging partner's location, to get access to your patient imaging data in minutes. To ensure compliance with industry standards and regulations, including HIPAA, we implement robust security measures.

"Medicai is an ideal solution for digitizing the imaging visualization part of our current practice. The platform was perfect for facilitating remote consultations. I can easily collaborate with physicians for various patient cases. I have the opportunity to review patient data before they arrive for re-evaluation. This helped me prepare solutions and facilitated face-to-face discussions."

Dan Valentin Anghelescu

Orthopaedics-Traumatology Doctor, Specialist in Sports Medicine, Doctor of Medical Sciences @ MedSport Clinic

How does it work?

We offer organizations a simple building block (a “node”) that connects to their imaging servers. Nodes index the servers and create a map of all the data and a layer that connects to the cloud.

This layer enables organizations to build workflows that include digital health workflows, clinical collaboration on tumor boards, virtual second opinions, telehealth, teleradiology, AI development, and more.

DICOM images can be instantly pulled to our platform, where they’re safely kept in Medicai’s cloud PACS, ready for use or sharing.

The platform provides tools for organizing, manipulating, and analyzing DICOM images and other clinical documents, ensuring efficient workflow management.

Connect & Retrieve

Our multi-enterprise solution enables modern specialized practices to automatically retrieve imaging from their own PACSes and modalities or connect to their imaging partners and automatically pull imaging studies into their own infrastructure.

This connection is achieved through our DICOM Node technology.

Store & Manage

Medicai's interoperable imaging infrastructure scales reliably with your practice needs. All the studies, together with complementary files (reports, images, videos) are stored in a secure and compliant way (HIPAA, GDPR).

Thanks to our robust API and our granular access control level, the data is readily available. This makes implementation of advanced imaging  workflows super easy.

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Access & Visualize

Access and vizualization of DICOM imaging studies can be done through our ready made web portals and mobile apps.

For advanced imaging workflows, our Imaging API can be used together with ready made DICOM components like the web DICOM viewer or the mobile DICOM viewer.

Why choose the Medicai solutions for the DICOM node product of Medicai?

Medicai Node connects with various modalities supporting the DICOM standard, pulling imaging data directly from MRI and CT devices.

The Medicai Node technology takes just a couple of hours to install and configure remotely, and the data is available automatically, simplifying the retrieval and maintenance of medical imaging records.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is medical imaging important?

Medical imaging is pivotal in modern healthcare for its indispensable role in the diagnosis, treatment planning, and monitoring of various medical conditions.

Advanced radiology techniques such as CT scans, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and radiography provide detailed images of internal structures, aiding in detecting injuries, diseases, and abnormalities.

Molecular imaging and nuclear medicine offer insights into physiological processes at a molecular level, enabling targeted treatment approaches.

By facilitating accurate diagnosis and treatment guidance, medical imaging technologies enhance patient care outcomes and contribute to the early detection and management of diseases.

Imaging centers serve as crucial hubs where medical imaging procedures are conducted, providing essential diagnostic information that informs clinical decision-making and ensures the delivery of timely and effective interventions.

Thus, medical imaging plays an indispensable role in modern healthcare by enabling healthcare professionals to visualize and understand the complexities of the human body, ultimately improving patient outcomes and enhancing the overall quality of care.

How does medical imaging work?

Medical imaging utilizes specialized equipment, such as X-ray machines, MRI scanners, CT scanners, and ultrasound devices, to capture detailed images of the body's internal structures and functions.

These imaging modalities generate digital images in various formats, typically in DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) format. These DICOM images are then processed and stored in specialized software called DICOM viewers, which allow medical professionals to view and analyze the images.

With cloud technologies, medical imaging exams can be securely stored and accessed through affordable cloud PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication Systems). This facilitates easy sharing and collaboration among healthcare providers, ensuring patients receive the right care based on accurate diagnostic information.

Overall, medical imaging plays a crucial role in the diagnosis, treatment planning, and monitoring of various medical conditions, enabling healthcare professionals to provide effective and timely interventions for patients.

What is diagnostic medical imaging?

Diagnostic medical imaging refers to the use of various imaging techniques to visualize internal structures and functions of the body for the purpose of diagnosing diseases and conditions.

These techniques include X-rays, CT scans, MRI scans, ultrasound, and nuclear medicine imaging. Next-generation PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication Systems) play a crucial role in diagnostic medical imaging by providing efficient data storage, management, and access.

Healthcare professionals can upload and store medical images securely in cloud PACS solutions, enabling seamless access to patient data from anywhere at any time. This accessibility allows for quick and accurate interpretation of images, leading to timely diagnoses and effective treatment planning.

Additionally, next-generation PACS solutions offer advanced features such as AI-powered image analysis and customizable workflows, further enhancing diagnostic capabilities and improving patient care.

What are the 4 types of medical imaging?

Medical imaging encompasses various techniques used to visualize internal structures and functions of the body. The four main types of medical imaging include X-rays, CT scans (computed tomography), MRI scans (magnetic resonance imaging), and ultrasound. X-rays use electromagnetic radiation to create images of bones and certain tissues, commonly used for detecting fractures and assessing bone health. CT scans combine X-rays with computer technology to produce cross-sectional images of the body, useful for diagnosing conditions in organs and tissues such as the brain, abdomen, and chest. MRI scans utilize magnetic fields and radio waves to generate detailed images of soft tissues, organs, and structures within the body, aiding in the diagnosis of conditions like tumors, brain injuries, and spinal cord abnormalities. Ultrasound imaging employs sound waves to create real-time images of internal organs and tissues, commonly used in obstetrics to monitor fetal development and in various medical specialties for diagnostic purposes. These imaging techniques are essential tools for doctors and radiology departments in diagnosing and monitoring a wide range of medical conditions.

What is medical imaging used for?

Medical imaging is primarily used to diagnose and monitor medical conditions by producing detailed images of the inside of the body. It aids healthcare professionals in detecting abnormalities, assessing the extent of injuries or diseases, and planning appropriate treatments.

Medical software solutions, such as cloud PACS, are crucial in storing, accessing, and analyzing these images, ensuring efficient management and collaboration among healthcare providers.

Learn more about how Medicai can help you strengthen your practice and improve your patients' experience.

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