Welcome to PacsLogic


  • Easily add relevant exam data from any source to your PACS exams:
    • Scanners
    • Screen capture
    • Electronic forms
    • Imported images
  • Your exam images are only half the story.  Convert important information to images in the study so your readers have all the information they need:
    • Scan requisitions for paperless workflow
    • Eliminate paper tech worksheets with interactive forms 
    • Digitally annotate your scanned documentation
    • Use DocScanFX's screen capture to grab needed portions of the patient medical record and insert them into the imaging study
    • Stop wasting time faxing prior reports and paperwork to after-hours readers and convert them on the fly to images



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"DocScan has become an essential application for our Radiology department. Being able to upload reports and paperwork into PACS for Radiologists in a quick and efficient manner is important and DocScan does just that!" - Angel (PACS Administrator, CA)  


"Awesome software.  User interface is very intuitive and easy to use.  We use it to scan all paper documentation, physician orders and both external/internal radiology reports into PACS so it’s available for the radiologist to review as part of patient’s image sets."  - Arnold (PACS Administrator, CA)



DocScanFx Features:

  • Store different document scan settings in user selectable 'Modes'
  • Works with your scanners: TWAIN, WIA, and most proprietary scanners
  • Customization to match your workflow needs.


Even with increased integrations between image archives and EMRs/EHRs, there is still a great need to add clinically relevant information as images to patients' exams.  



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