Accessing the System
Transmitting or Uploading Cases to OnePacs
Other Administrative Features
Transmission Computer (OnePacs Gateway) Management
- OnePacs Gateway User Interface
- Configuring the Gateway for Direct Downloads
- Configuring Compression
- Configuring the Gateway to route studies to more destinations
- Changing the AE Title of the Gateway
- Configuring the Gateway for Multiple Facilities
- Administrative Interface
Interfacing with Other Systems
Certifications and Registrations
The OnePacs System is 510(k) cleared by the US Food and Drug Administration as a class II medical device. OnePacs satisfies the requirements of the FDA for manufacturers of Class II devices, including Establishment Registration, Device Listing, U.S. Agent and Quality Systems (QS) regulation (21 CFR Part 820), and other regulations.
The OnePacs system is cleared for medical use in Brazil under the ANVISA program.
O sistema OnePacs é aprovado pela ANVISA para uso clínico no Brasil.
We self-certify compliance with:
Caution: The OnePacs system as deployed for clinical use is a registered/licensed medical device. Educational and Research versions of the OnePacs system are neither intended nor licensed for clinical use, and should only be used as permitted by applicable and governing regulations.
Notice for users within the United States:
Caution: The OnePacs system as deployed for clinical use is For Prescription Use Only (US Regulation 21 CFR 801.109). Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.
Portions of the OnePacs system are deployed as internet-based ("cloud") services. All internet-based services are subject to periods of unscheduled unavailability ("downtime"). Additionally, there may be periods of scheduled system unavailability. Users should establish appropriate protocols and procedures for patient care management in the event of scheduled or unscheduled system unavailability.