Share medical imaging studies with doctors and patients, on any device, anywhere.
image32 is a fast and easy way to securely share medical imaging studies like X-rays, MRIs, and CT Scans, across organizations and systems. In seconds, you can upload a study from a CD, Hard Drive, or PACS, view it online, and share it with the click of a button. image32 encrypts protected health information (PHI), using bank-grade encryption methods. Once your images are on image32, you can view and share them from any desktop or mobile device.
Who buys image32? Much like file sharing or web conferencing tools, only one party needs an image32 account in order to share and collaborate. Once you have an account, you can create multiple users inside your organization, or share with people outside your organization. Inviting collaborators to image32 is easy, and you can always revoke access at any time.
image32 gives you complete control of all your medical images and files. By default, all images are private, but you can choose to share them with anyone in a secure manner. You can share a single imaging study, or a folder with multiple studies and files. Share with other image32 users, or with people who don't have an image32 account. You can always see who has access to what images and files, and you can revoke access at any time.
Transfer and view images 4x faster than with other systems. image32 creates copies of the original images and applies lossless compression to those copies to reduce file size with absolutely no loss of image quality. See how. These images are downloaded and rendered faster in the browser, allowing you to spend less time waiting, and more time reviewing.
Medical imaging studies are large and can contain hundreds of files. There are 3 ways to upload or import medical imaging data into image32. Take the easy way by dragging and dropping files into the image32 website. Use the powerful way by installing our image32 Uploader App. It works securely to identify imaging studies on CD, Hard Drive, or PACS and automatically upload. Finally, if you're an advanced user, you can setup a DICOM node from a PACS system. Once in the cloud, you can view your images and share them quickly and easily.
Leverage the full power of the cloud with image32. We utilize a global infrastructure to provide our customers with a secure, geographically redundant, high performance solution that scales with your business. Take a look at our system performance and uptime stats.
Protected health information (PHI) must be stored and transmitted using the highest levels of security. image32 complies with all technical requirements mandated by the HIPAA Security Rule. We encrypt all PHI much the same way banks encrypt your financial data. Our system permissions ensure that only those users who have been granted access to a study, can view that study. All data is stored in HIPAA compliant data centers to ensure safety and security. Finally, image32 will sign a Business Associate Agreement (BAA), and we protect our customers under a comprehensive Privacy/Data Breach insurance policy. Learn more about our Security and Compliance.
The image32 medical image viewer is built to work entirely within a modern web browser, with no plugins or other proprietary technology. This means it works on most operating systems, mobile devices, and smartphones, including Mac OS X, Windows, iOS, and Android. Here's a full list of the supported browsers and platforms:
Browser support - Chrome 16 and above, Safari 6 and above, Firefox 14 and above, IE 10 and above.
Platform support - Windows 7 and above, Mac OS X 10.6 and above, iPad and iPhone with iOS 5.0 and above, Android 4.0 and above.
Sign up for a free trial and immediately test out our medical image viewer with a sample imaging study. Then go ahead and upload your own studies from a CD, your hard drive, or a PACS system.
Need to roll out image32 to a large organization or institution? You'll be up and running in hours, not weeks. We've designed the image32 self service administration to be easy to setup and use, with no training necessary. Most PACS administrators only require a few minutes of configuration to add an image32 DICOM node. If needed, you can install the image32 Uploader application on any Mac or PC in minutes, to manage large volume uploads.