ImageGrid™ PACS Products

Uncompromised Cost-Effective PACS

With over 4,000 implementations, ImageGrid™ is a feature rich and yet cost effective platform, consisting of a suite of sophisticated image archiving, image management, visualization tools, and workflow optimization capabilities closely integrated with state-of-the-art hardware.

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ImageGrid by Candelis

Learn how ImageGrid can help with your medical image management, workflow, visualization and archiving needs.

Scalable DICOM Storage

As a fully integrated storage and server solution, ImageGrid provides RAID archiving capacity ranging from 1 terabyte to 100s of terabytes storage capacity. Regardless of the initial capacity, ImageGrid's storage is easily and cost-effectively expandable.


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Self-monitoring, and Automated Reporting

The ImageGrid PACS Server manages itself with intelligent software. The self-monitoring system will deliver continuous operations throughout the entire healthcare network. The extensive notification infrastructure either via SMTP or ASTRA, which supports text or email messages, provides information concerning any hardware or software issues requiring attention.

Web-based System Administration

ImageGrid is easily setup and configured. The comprehensive web-based user interface allows for straightforward, simple system administration.

Multi-Modality, Multi-Location, Multi-Operation Support

In multi-physician or multi-location environments, ImageGrid's archive can be partitioned for multiple AE titles. This feature allows multiple physicians or multiple locations to use the same ImageGrid system, while keeping their respective data completely segregated.

Image Management

  • Patient merge / split / linking capability
  • Automated rule-based pre/post-fetching of relevant priors
  • Quality Control
  • Anonymization
  • DICOM Encapsulation to attach non-DICOM files (PDFs, JPEGs, TIFFs etc.) to studies
  • Import via CD/DVD

Easy and Effortless DICOM Tag Morphing

ImageGrid allows policy-based tag morphing rules to modify DICOM header information. You can automate DICOM tag changes for externally generated studies and eliminate the hassle of administering individual workflows at your modalities.

The proprietary Dynamic Tag Morphing feature enables the retrieval of prior images using domain-sensitive policies and modifies the DICOM header of all relevant images for consistency, thereby ensuring that physicians possess all of the relevant files for their diagnosis.

At the heart of the system is a sophisticated rule-based engine, enabling you to define and apply one or more rules to collections of studies. Tag morphing capabilities include pre/post-fetch dynamic morphing, inbound and outbound morphing, QC-related morphing and anonymization templating.

Robust DICOM Routing Engine

The ImageGrid server enables fast and concurrent delivery of even the largest studies across the entire health system and provides organizations the ability to achieve the highest levels of business continuity. Gone are the complexities of traditional routing – and the manual tasks required to cope with them. It is the perfect solution for enterprises that experience high traffic, and heavy file loads for multiple, simultaneous jobs.

Capable of handling a massive number of concurrent requests, Candelis’s ImageGrid ensures fast, efficient and reliable delivery of images. Using solid state disk technology and an ultra-fast network card (10 GbE), healthcare organizations will be able to transfer images and data extremely fast and gain a competitive advantage from a clinical, security, financial, and operational perspective.


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Integration with 3rd Party Systems (RIS/HIS/EMR/PACS)

  • Inbound and outbound HL7 integrations with other vendors
  • PIX broker support for Master Patient Index infrastructure

Data Sharing

Cost-effective, and efficient medical imaging solutions for sharing data with radiologists, surgeons, physicians, nurses, and technologists

Long-term Archive and Disaster Recovery

ImageGrid provides scalable image archiving solutions, designed to grow with your practice.

ImageGrid’s long-term archive and disaster recovery features provide an efficient approach to handling the unique archiving requirements for practices that do not have access to a PACS or need a local archiving solution. ImageGrid will store and retrieve physician annotations, as well as CAD markings. 

Scalable Deep Archive and Flexible backup options:

  • Backup to another ImageGrid system
  • Backup to ASTRA™ Cloud

Active Failover

Although ImageGrid is an extremely robust system, sometimes extraordinary circumstances cause ImageGrid to go offline. Failover allows a system that has gone offline to activate another system to begin processing traffic originally targeted for the unavailable system.

ImageGrid with a F5 switch can support both hardwired and network failover options for seamless failover communication.

During failover, a F5 switch directs the traffic or data from the facility’s primary ImageGrid to their secondary ImageGrid. This can be set up to perform automatically or manually. For automatic failover, the F5 switch needs to be set-up to receive a notification that the ImageGrid has a condition that warrants a failover.

The ImageGrid unit includes a web page that the F5 switch can periodically check. The web page simply contains an OK or NOT OK status option.  The OK and NOT OK status is determined through a local DICOM ping to the DICOM service.

If the F5 switch can see the page, and the page says OK, no failover occurs. If the F5 switch can see the page, and the page says NOT OK, failover occurs. If the F5 switch can't see the page, failover occurs.

With the above parameters set in place, failover occurs automatically only when the server has a catastrophic failure, is shutdown, or is rebooted.

Optional Features

ImageGrid optional features also include:

  • Web-based Diagnostic Radiology and Mammography Viewers, Radiation Oncology Visualization interfaces 
  • Web-based RIS, MWL instantiation, Mammography Tracking and Reporting subsystem


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