Yes. All studies which are transmitted to OnePacs are also stored locally at your facility on the computer which is used to send studies to OnePacs. In the event of loss of internet access by your facility, you may retrieve and review studies directly from your facility's Gateway PC (OnePacs transmission computer). The Gateway in fact may be configured as a robust, long-term DICOM archive and may serve as your main repository of imaging information. If you choose to archive your studies locally on the transmission computer, this service is entirely free and requires no payments to OnePacs. Such users can continue to use the free version of OnePacs for the web-enabled worklist, report and image distribution, and other features. Please see this link for further details.
This may be due to security measures at your local facility blocking access to the OnePacs site. You may need to have your IT staff add an exception for the following URL:
Users of subscribed versions of OnePacs have access to create support requests via the on-line ticketing system, telephone, or email. Instructions for using such support options may be obtained from your OnePacs representative. Support can be offered most effectively if such support inquiries are made of OnePacs by designated technical contacts within the group using OnePacs.
Pricing for support varies according to the specifics of the service agreement in place between the institution/group and OnePacs.
The OnePacs Workstation for Windows, version 9.5 or higher, or for macOS, version 2 or higher, may be used for interpreting digital mammography in the US. Lossy compressed mammographic images and digitized film screen images must not be reviewed for primary diagnosis or image interpretation. For primary diagnosis, post process DICOM "for presentation" images must be used. Mammographic images should only be viewed with a monitor approved by FDA for viewing mammographic images.
In addition to the OnePacs Workstation, mammographic images may be reviewed using sofrware from third party vendors, such as:
Yes, the OnePacs Workstation provides user-specific hanging protocols.
No. The OnePacs Workstation is a 64-bit application.
Yes, by default the Gateway will allow called AE titles of ONEPACS, GATEWAY, and the AE title assigned to you in the welcome email. To support additional AE titles please perform the following steps.
Yes, to change the DICOM port of the gateway execute the following steps:
Yes, please refer to these instructions.
The Gateway compresses and sends the images over a TLS encrypted connection. When sending from an imaging modality or PACS system, to assure that the images are sent rapidly and securely it is necessary to send via the Gateway.
It is also possible for users to upload studies directly to OnePacs through manual interaction with the web-based worklist. Instructions for this are listed here
Yes, we would be happy to store some sample DICOM images to your account for you to evaluate the OnePacs web application and workstation. Please send an email to email@example.com requesting this if you so desire.
If you would like a demo via Webinar please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are a couple ways of doing this.