Restore data to IntelePACS – with a cloud-native, long-term, infinitely scalable imaging storage solution.
Leverage a safe, accessible, and cost-effective alternative to on-premise infrastructure and long-term cloud storage.
2022’s No. 1 Best in KLAS winner. Securely send and receive patient data, promote collaboration, and simplify patient access.
Provide anytime, anywhere access to patients’ medical imaging with our zero-footprint, web-based patient portal.
Enable patients to easily log into a zero-footprint portal and gain direct access to exam history, images, and reports.
A flexible, scalable secondary storage archive, highly integrative with web-based access.
Centralize data for highly-efficient imaging in a vendor-neutral, cloud-enabled, and scalable archive.
Integrate into any PACS with a zero-footprint solution that allows physicians access from a desktop or mobile device.
Customize a zero-footprint, web-based DICOM viewer, complete with advanced tooling like MIP, PET/CT fusion, MPR, and more.
Intelligently distributes exams through a singular, comprehensive access point, regardless of the complexity or disparate nature of your reading environment.
Scale your work with Cloud PACS, complete with workflow configuration, ProViewer, and automated sharing capabilities.
Embracing Cloud technology should never come at the cost of speed or reliability. You can combine the best of both worlds with a Cloud-based infrastructure designed for efficiency while creating more streamlined workflows that improve accessibility across systems.
Unlike most industries, healthcare providers have been slow to move their infrastructure to the Cloud. However, with the rise in adoption of private clouds, a fully-hosted and fully-managed medical imaging platform has become a credible and strategic option for replacing some or all of your on-premise infrastructure.
The landscape of PACS for medical imaging is transitioning from on-premise to Cloud solutions. However, not all healthcare IT systems are ready to transition fully to the cloud. These organizations can benefit from a hybrid cloud approach, where a portion of their IT remains on-site while certain applications, such as backup and data recovery, are migrated to the Cloud.