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Healthcare Organizations

Solutions for

Medical Image Exchange

Made Simple

Accessibile from any device

Images can be accessed online using any computer or mobile device without the need for any software installation.

Intuitive Flow

Your hospital can also elect to send studies directly to referring physicians automatically.

Easy Setup for Patients

When the patient clicks the link, they will be able to create a RadConnect account to see their images and share them with any referring physician.

Eliminate CDs

You can help your hospital save time and money while providing
patients with an easier option for viewing their exams.

Burning radiology images onto individual CDs for patients requires a big investment in time and money.

As a RadConnect customer, your hospital could easily share images with patients using a simple, secure email link.

Push to PACS

You can also eliminate the hassle of processing and ingesting outside CDs into your PACS. Hospitals outside of your network can share with your hospital’s RadConnect for free and these exams can then be sent directly into your PACS using our Push-To-PACS feature.

Guest Uploader

Freedom for your patients and clinicians to upload their studies without having to register for an account.

Uploader API available for integration into your EMR, patient portal, or on your website.

A white labeled patient and professional uploader is also available.

Simplified Workflow

Now you and your staff have more time to focus on your patients

RadConnect can simplify your Active Directory and HL7/Structured Report integrations.

System is configurable for automatic sharing of exams.

Create Super Groups to bring all outlying clinics under one management umbrella.

Ready in Minutes

RadConnect can be quickly and easily linked to your image sources. There is no complicated setup and no firewalls necessary. Once installed, you can start using RadConnect to store and share patient images.