Why open source, medical imaging software matters

Learn how open source medical imaging software is changing healthcare

Most radiologists have at least heard of a radiology viewing software product called OsiriX.  While they may not know a whole lot about the product, it is the most popular medical image viewing software in the world. OsiriX was produced in Switzerland by several radiologists who had the foresight to distribute it via an open source LGPL license.  And now there is Horos, a derivative of OsiriX, with even more functionality, and a growing and potent open source community surrounding it.

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10 Requirements for Connecting EHR and Medical Images

Connect your EHR and medical images without replacing your systems.

If we ignore the compliance requirements of HITECH (bear with us, we won’t make you give up your incentive payments) and focus on what physicians need to reach the goals prescribed in the original intent of the laws, what would such a system look like?

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Topics: EHR + Medical Images

Welcome National Institutes of Health!

Onsite PACS for OsiriX optimizes NIH research project

If you’re conducting medical imaging research, you’re probably storing lots of data. This generally bogs down applications and devices that are critical to your work. You can’t delete any of the data, but you have no where to store it. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Purview recently worked together to solve this very issue.

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Topics: OsiriX, onsite pacs for osirix, Welcome to Purview!, onsite pacs, pacs for OsiriX, NIH, Purview PACS solutions

Top 4 reasons why healthcare technology is impeding patient care

Learn why technology is impeding patient care and discover why healthcare isn't more efficient.

You would think in today's interconnected world, sharing or transmission of medical images would be easy. But, while technology enables us to connect in ways we never thought possible, it also does its fair share to deter its use in patient care. Here are the top reasons technology is holding back medical imaging progress.

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Topics: medical imaging, cloud medical imaging, patient care, Purview Blog

Welcome Radiology Group, PC!

Radiology Group, PC uses OsiriX for fast multi-site access

Radiological healthcare is all about connectivity. Multi-site imaging centers must maintain access to patient studies across their various locations as well as enable access to their patients' referring physicians. If access is delayed by CD burning/ingestion, transmitting large data sets or poor connectivity, patient care may suffer. That's why Radiology Group, PC chose OsiriX for their image viewing, ingestion, and patient study access.

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Topics: OsiriX, OsiriX technical support, Purview, Purview ViBE, OsiriX web server, Welcome to Purview!

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