Note: MyFreePACS has been deprecated in favor of PSPACS. Support is not provided for MFP anymore, and ALL users of MyFreePACS should instead use PSPACS -- it is better in every way.

MyFreePACS was a free web-based radiology image storage and viewing tool developed at Children's Hospital Seattle by PACSsoft members.

Overview

MyFreePACS was developed to provide an easy-to-use, HIPAA-compliant method for viewing Radiology images from anywhere on a hospital network, or remotely over VPN. MyFreePACS uses a full DICOM server to receive and store images, and then is able to transmit them over the web to the MyFreePACS web client. The MyFreePACS web client is a web page that utilizes an ActiveX control for viewing and manipulation of images. The client contains all of the tools found in modern image viewing stations including 3d localization and multi-planar reformation. Many tools in MyFreePACS are not found in the web-based viewing software from major PACS vendors. The system is built entirely on free components and freely available for download and installation from the web.

Features
  • Fully DICOM-compliant Server (Mallinckrodt Archive Server)
  • Easy 5-step setup to turn any Windows PC into a MyFreePACS server
  • Web-based administration of MyFreePACS and DICOM server components
  • HIPAA-compliant password-protected login sequence and full administrator-viewable access logging
  • Web-based client installs in seconds and provides a powerful array of features for image manipulation and viewing:
    • Find cases by Name, ID, Date, or Modality
    • Download entire patients' data sets, or only specific studies or series
    • Lossless image compression is available for connections less than 100 megabit LAN
    • Toolset:
      • Series scrolling
      • Windowing/Levelling
      • Panning
      • Zooming
      • Measurement Line
      • Single Point Information
      • Oval Information (Area/Mean/SD)
      • 3D Localization
      • Multi-planar Reformation
    • Image flipping, rotating, and inverting
    • JPEG Image Exporting
    • From 1x1 to 5x4 window array with synchronized scrolling for Ultrasound
    • Position-based image linking (offset or exact)
    • Common presets for Computed Tomography
    • Localizer boxes
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