Yes. Designed for both clinicians and patients as principle users. Icon/button driven navigation, customisable terminology/lexicon for GUI elements. And complete control of the permissible functionality each user is allowed and experiences.
Yes – Custom fields can be created for multiple purposes. Ranging from free text comments to 3rd party system values/UIDs, dropdown variables and DICOM elements. Including ability to modify image metadata based on rule conditions.
Yes – either directly via your web Worklist, or a custom upload web page. This can easily be customised as you require, and anyone anywhere can upload this way from any PC or MAC without changes to local firewalls. You can also force custom field completion while uploading, and use our built-in card payment system if required.
Yes – we provide a small footprint Windows batch-uploader for this purpose. It’s simple to download and install. You can select content from numerous CDs, edit PHI before uploading and this utility also requires no firewall changes before use.
Yes – you can set auto-deletion and purge rules based on ‘n’ days since images loaded into the system, or ‘n’ days since last accessed. Even different purge rules based on adults and minors, or specific DICOM tag data and workflows.
Yes – all current radiology modality types are supported including Cardiology and Ophthalmology. Non-DICOM types can also be added as DICOM ‘Wrapped’ records, secondary captures, JPGs and others. A list of DICOM formats supported (all as per DICOM 3.0 compliance.
Yes – the platform is designed specifically to load balance and accommodate concurrent rendering of images to many simultaneous users. All images remain on the server/cloud and are rendered via a thin DICOM viewer within the user’s browser. We also offer full virtual MDT meeting capability within our viewer. Permitted users can host meetings from anywhere at any time.
Yes – any file format is supported as attachments including ZIP, enabling multiple historic documents to be added as one attachment, and new documents appended in date sequence, fully audited.
Yes – user roles can be configured to allow/deny download capability, as manual downloads (including viewer if required) or as automated DICOM push to remote system nodes. All viewing is via thin HTML DICOM viewer, on any internet connected device – or in any third party DICOM viewer if preferred.
Yes, Cimar performs automated image transforming during upload, using JPEG lossless image compression. The compression ratio will depending on the transfer syntax used and image detail/complexity.