The ability to upload, store and share your patient’s image data with other dental or medical professionals can make or break a treatment timeline. Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) practices were created to address this necessity. While already having been widely adopted by hospitals, DICOM has made significant inroads within the dental industry in recent years. LED Apteryx takes an “open-architecture” approach to the majority of our product and service offerings and XVWeb is no exception; we have designed XVWeb to be a fully DICOM-compatible cloud imaging software, so it is able to accept any DICOM-standard image.
DICOM is primarily used for storing and transmitting medical images and enabling the integration of these medical images across a wide array of digital imaging devices such as intraoral sensors, digital pan and ceph devices, phosphor plate scanners, and more. Put simply, DICOM is an imaging standard that avoids proprietary imaging formats, so that your practice is never locked into a single imaging software.
XVWeb lets you store, retrieve, and backup images from a webpage or any DICOM-compatible imaging program via a secure TLS DICOM. With XVWeb’s DICOM-compatible cloud imaging software, all your patient image data is both acquired as well as stored in DICOM. This ensures that your patient image data is not only readable by the majority of digital imaging devices on the market but also that the creation, transfer and storage of your patient image data is entirely HIPAA compliant at every stage.
If you’d like to learn more about XVWeb and its capabilities, view our brief web demo here or download our XVWeb Cloud Imaging White Paper here. You can also call us toll-free at 1-877-APTERYX for a full explanation of its features and benefits.
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