dcm4che is a high performance collection of open source applications and utilities for the healthcare enterprise.
The software is an implementation of DICOM and IHE actors in Java, and provides a robust user interface for administrators which runs entirely in a Web browser. Included in the project is dcm4chee, an image manager and image archive. There are also a large selection of other utilities included in the package.
The dcm4che suite of applications are used worldwide by healthcare providers, research projects, open source applications, as well as commercial applications.
- store any type of DICOM object to standard file systems, with optional compression.
- Provides full support for Client/Server PACS model.
- Several IHE Integration Profiles.
- DICOM services: MPPS, GPWL, MWL, Storage Commitment, Instance Availability Notification, Study Content Notification, Output Content to CD Media, Hanging Protocols, and more.
- DICOM IOD’s (Image Types): US, CT, MR, SC, DX, ZA, VL, RT.
- Integrated HL7 server which can act on ADT, ORM, and ORU message types.
- Robust user interface for administrators which runs entirely in a web browser.
- Cross-platform support.
The dcm4che suite of applications (DICOM toolkit, archive, etc.) are used worldwide by healthcare providers, research projects, open source applications, as well as commercial applications.
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