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EESi PACS Frequently Asked Questions

How many “logins” can the PACS Archive have?
If I have two offices, how do I have images available at both locations?
How many Modalities can be connected to the EESi PACS Archive?
How do I access the EESi PACS archive for management of studies and or Patient data?
What is the default login information?
Does the PACS Archive support DICOM routing?

How many “logins” can the PACS Archive have?

There are no limitations to the number of user ID’s that can be configured on an EESi PACS Archive. Each User ID can be configured from the admin login account to control the amount of access and functionality for that user. Login’s can also be created that control accessibility by AE title as well.

If I have two offices, how do I have images available at both locations?

There are two choices, if both of the offices have x-ray facilities then you will probably have a PACS archive at each location. The EESI PACS archives can be configured to send the day’s studies to the other PACS archive at night. By doing this you will now have an on-line backup copy of all of your studies and if a patient goes to your other clinic, their images will be available from the local archive, greatly reducing the time to retrieve the studies for Prior views.

The second option is if you have one x-ray room to have only a single PACS archive for that facility and to retrieve the images over a VPN connection that is connected between the offices. The down side of this is that you have only one copy of your data, and the retrieval time for the remote office can be many minutes per study.

How many Modalities can be connected to the EESi PACS Archive?

There are no limitations on the number of “connections” or AE titles that can be made to the EESi PACS archive products.

How do I access the EESi PACS archive for management of studies and or Patient data?

Using a computer (Windows, Mac or Linux) that has network accessibility to the archive, open a WEB browser of choice and type the following information into the URL area HTTP://IPAddressOfServer:8080/eesiadmin and press enter. The IPAddressOfServer is the decimal IP address of the EESi PACS archive. Many start with 192.168.0., as this is the default used by many routers, but it can be any valid IP address that is accessible by the computer that you are using. It does not have to be on the same physical network it only has to be accessible.

What is the default login information?

To obtain your login info please contact our support team 727-938-3374

Does the PACS Archive support DICOM routing?

Yes, all of the EESi PACS Archives support DICOM auto routing. This is configurable to route based on sending AE title or it can also be configured to route based on any DICOM tag (or header) information. The routes can also be configured to delay sending the studies done for the day Essential will configure and test the auto routes before shipment if that information is available at the time of production.