PACS as a Service


Like most IT solutions used at the core of many businesses, software is only a small part of what is required to make a solution work. Hardware is often involved and with PACS it is commonly a large part of it. Regardless of the size of the practice the capital outlay on hardware and software for a PACS solution can be quite substantial.

This cost grows even more when one introduces concepts such as backups and generous image retention policies. Four to five years after the initial capital outlay it is time again to start thinking of replacing ones hardware due to failing devices, part scarcity, and systems being out-of-date or no longer supported, and upgrading ones software perhaps. Historically this has been a never ending cycle...until now.


We have implemented a solution* that empowers practices to focus more on what they do best, produce radiological reports for their customers, without having to be concerned with a continuous cycle of hardware and software capital expenditure and maintenance. PACS-as-a- Service is this solution. We ensure that the necessary hardware, software, backups, and storage are in place and maintained for you and all that is required in return is a monthly maintenance expense.

Our solution is flexible and allows for the storing of images both in the cloud and on-premise (for faster access). The solution can be tailored according to how you would prefer to carry your day-to-day workflow, whether it be that current studies are stored on a local device and archived in the cloud or whether you would only like to work directly from the cloud. Included in this solution are all the same PACS features as you would expect in an on-premise system with the added benefit of not having to purchase or maintain hardware, not having to maintain server operating systems and software versions, and not having to worry about backups or uptime. All this and more is taken care of by us so that you can place more time, effort, and valuable expenditure into your core areas of business.