Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) for patient, DICOM and PACS administration

Find critical images faster

Do you spend a lot of time looking for patient images in different PACS archives and waiting for them to load? With InVision Viewer connecting them all, you can quickly search multiple PACS archives and load images, video and audio faster – saving time that might be critical during medical procedures.

Open images instantly in the OR

Regardless of whether you are connected to the hospital PACS, InVision Viewer enables you to manage DICOM files and review procedures from any workstation with a client installed. Connect the OR to the hospital PACS to use InVision Viewer to open past examinations instantly during procedures.

Manage multiple DICOM worklists

InVision Viewer makes it is easy for hospital departments to manage patient registration in multiple labs using DICOM worklists or manual entry. The system can be tailored to local requirements, such as social security number verification.

Easy reviewing – save on PACS storage costs

Install the software on any PC in the hospital for fast and easy access to patient data and images from any hospital department. This means that a physician can review the images directly from their workstation rather than from the technical room, and that staff on the ward can view a patient’s examinations. Physicians can also use InVision Viewer to view images at a follow-up meeting with the patient. By using InVision Record or InVision Control to record image sources, audio and video, InVision Viewer can replay the synchronized material. Save DICOM files on local NAS storage (vendor-neutral archive) or send selected sequences to the main PACS archive to reduce storage requirements and the associated costs.

A vendor-neutral solution

InVision Viewer receives DICOM files from the various PACS archives of the imaging modalities in the lab, collates them into one examination and saves it in a central storage. This means that past examinations from any of the PACS archives will be listed by patient, making it easier to find what you are looking for.
Without InVision Viewer, DICOM material from the different imaging modalities may end up in different PACS archives and not as one examination, making it harder to find and using excessive storage space.

Manage all your PACS archives as one

Without InVision Viewer

With InVision Viewer

Organize in tabs for quick access

Interesting cases can be added to custom tabs in InVision Viewer for quick access later. For example, files that are interesting from an educational perspective can be added to a separate tab. Tabs can also be set up for each PACS archive. Adding files to an MDT tab (Multi-Disciplinary Team meeting) lets you share the files with other locations for synchronized reviewing (this functionality requires InVision Connect).

User case example

A Swedish hospital purchased a cath lab from a leading supplier, including several different imaging modalities. The same lab already had equipment of a different brand. The main PACS system was provided by the hospital, but was not the same make as the cath lab. The department now faced the problem of configuring all the imaging modalities to suit the main PACS. Installing InVision Viewer as a vendor-neutral archive helped solve this challenge.

Product features

  • Patient registration via DICOM worklist or manual entry – multiple modality worklist functionality
  • Playback of DICOM files, video and audio
  • Frame-by-frame viewing
  • Contrast and brightness control
  • Export to PACS
  • Export to DICOM, AVI, WMV
  • Export to CD/DVD or USB
  • Anonymization of DICOM tags


  • Faster searching and loading of patient images
  • View images instantly during procedures
  • Easier to find patient images
  • Smoother workflow
  • Reduce main PACS storage requirements
  • Create educational material and PDF reports
  • Alternative to PACS for small hospitals


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