We’re happy to announce the release of TuPACS — our unique and super-friendly take on the scan-to-PACS application.
In our design, we’ve focused on:
- Ease-of-use. We want you to touch TuPACS as little as possible before your documents are on their way.
- A large and readable user interface. You should never have to hunt for the next button to press.
- A low price point. We’re aware the other PACS scan applications can be expensive both to purchase and to renew. TuPACS will help lower the annual bill.
Here’s how to use it:
- Scan a document using your document scanner; TuPACS will pop to the foreground.
- Rotate and rearrange document pages using TuPACS big and obvious buttons.
- Search your DICOM Modality Worklist using Accession, MRN, or Patient Name, and
- Send your scan to PACS while you prepare your next document
TuPACS works with:
- Windows 7 and up
- Any DICOM-compliant PACS
- Any Document Scanner that supports scan-to-disk functionality using JPEG, TIFF, JPG or GIF formats
Visit the TuPACS product page to learn more, or simply download an evaluation copy.
What is a DICOM Gobbler?
- It lives in the system tray;
- It watches for DICOM CDs and DVDs;
- It offers to import all DICOM instances to your local PACS;
- It hides back into the tray as it imports; and
- It’s ready to be installed!
We are happy to announce that DICOM Gobbler is now ready for general use.
DICOM Gobbler was born thanks to a request from Bonita Community Health Center — one of our oldest customers. John at Bonita asked for a DICOM import utility that is unobtrusive, easy-to-use, and can decompress proprietary formats, like JPEG2000, to make them compatible with their older Merge PACS viewer.
An alpha version of Gobbler was released in mid-2016, and since then it has already been deployed in five continents, including at a cardiology centre in Brazil, a hospital in Israel, and dental x-ray facilities in Australia and China.
If you’d like to learn a little more about Gobbler, then please
Visit the Product Page
or, if you’re the impatient type, then
Download an Evaluation Copy
We’ve been working with a long-time client to help them import DICOM CDs to PACS. Many of the offerings on the market are either complicated, expensive, or both.
So, we created a new tool — we’re calling it DICOM Gobbler, for now. It’s a work-in-progress, but it’s more than sufficient to import many DICOM CD, DVD and USB to PACS.
Give it a try and let us know what features you would like to see!