ClearCanvas Workstation is a full featured, easy to use PACS Workstation that comes in two editions: Clinical, which is FDA 510(k) cleared and intended for clinical use, and Community, which is free and open source.

Buying ClearCanvas Workstation Clinical Edition gives you peace of mind that you are using an FDA 510(k) cleared product. Know that if there is ever an issue with the software, we will notify you immediately about it.

FDA 510(k) Clearance
Intuitive interface
Online User's Guide
DICOM Query, Retrieve, Send, and Import
Image manipulation (stack, window/level, zoom, pan, etc.)
Measurements (linear, ROI, polygon, etc.)
Multiplanar Reconstruction (MPR)
Key Images
Image streaming**
Toolbar Customization
PET/CT Fusion
HIPAA Compliance
CD/DVD/Blu-ray Burning
JPEG2000 Support
Phone and Email Support
Free upgrades for 1 year after purchase
Source Code (under OSL v3.0)

ClearCanvas ImageServer

ClearCanvas ImageServer is our scalable, easy to use, open source PACS server. Like our other products, it is built on top of our Application Framework, and leverages our powerful plugin architecture.

ClearCanvas Webstation is an exciting new addition to the ImageServer product. It provides something that many of our users have been asking for: Web based image viewing. The open source, Community Edition will support a single user, whereas the commercial version will come with a number of value added features, including support for multiple users, roaming profiles, and centralized HIPAA auditing. In the meantime, you can get a sneak peak of what’s to come by trying out the alpha version of the Webstation!

Easy to use web-based administration interface
Image compression support
Logical partitioning (i.e. virtual AEs)
Powerful rules engine for autorouting, compression, etc.
Duplicate image handling
Multiple filesystem support
Archival support to HSM based interfaces.
Server cluster support
32-bit and 64-bit Windows support

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BEAM™ is a fully-secure on-demand electronic network for the point-to-point exchange of confidential medical information.

It was developed to enable rapid transfer of full-fidelity DICOM images between institutions, while providing full granular access control; resolving medical record number differences as a study moves from one institution to another; and eliminating the manual tasks that can cause delays in patient care and unnecessary expense.

Who is OneMedNet?
OneMedNet is a service provider offering BEAM, an industry-leading technology for the secure exchange of medical imaging information.

Why was BEAM developed?
BEAM was developed to assist providers in making more informed, timely, efficient and appropriate care decisions. The goal for BEAM is to eliminate the cost and inefficiencies associated with CDs (as the current standard for image transfer) and address issues of open access inherent to VPN connectivity for electronic study exchange.

What is BEAM?
BEAM is a hosted electronic medical information exchange delivering:

Secure transmission of medical information worldwide
Interoperability with existing PACS solutions
Permission-based access control workflow
Demographics, MRN and accession number reconciliation
HIPAA and Joint Commission audit compliance
Timely, efficient, and appropriate patient care

Patent pending, web-based technology and infrastructure
No standing VPN infrastructure required
Secure network connections established only "as needed"
Central servers manage and log network transaction activity
Data encryption, secure conduit, and token key authorization
Exam transfers are peer-to-peer
No image is stored on our servers or in the "cloud"
No image display or residual image footprint on BEAM
Offered as transactional fee model

Does the system work with all PACS systems and vendors?
BEAM is compatible with any DICOM Store, Query and Retrieve compliant PACS, modality, workstation, or gateway.

Are there any image quality concerns?
There are no image quality concerns since full resolution, lossless images are pulled from the source PACS and image quality is maintained throughout the transfer process. BEAM simply transfers a DICOM file from one location to another without accessing or altering the original image content. The image quality is the same on the receiving side as on the sending side. The DICOM images do not undergo any lossy compression. Images arrive at the destination with full fidelity.

Does BEAM use compression?
BEAM utilizes standard lossless data compression which does not impact image quality.

How long does it take to send a large study?
BEAM significantly improves delivery time compared to CD or film transport. By securely utilizing the Internet as the transport medium, delivery of data is highly reliable and takes place in the background (asynchronous) similar to email. Transfer time will depend upon several factors such as image size and quality, available bandwidth, network latency, and transmission path.

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