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  • Informatics
  • RSNA Image Share

  • RSNA 2015 Demonstration

    A showcase of developments in standards-based interoperability that enhance the quality, efficiency and safety of care in radiology.

    Developers

    The RSNA Image Share Network project provides the tools to connect radiology systems (PACS and RIS) to the network.

    Patients

    Find out how to get access to your medical images at sites participating in the Image Share Network.

  • PatientRSNA Image Share is a network created to enable radiologists to share medical images with patients using personal health record (PHR) accounts. RSNA Image Share is a pilot project, funded by the National Institute for Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) and administered by RSNA. It is used by patients at medical centers across the US.

    Providers

    Using CDs to give patients copies of the medical images and reports can be a cumbersome and frustrating process for radiology staff and patients alike. RSNA Image Share lets you use secure Internet technology to give your patients control over their records. They manage their information in secure PHR accounts and decide who to share them with.

    Find out how your site can join the RSNA Image Share Network by contacting imageshare@lists.rsna.org.

    Patients

    RSNA Image Share gives you control over your medical images and radiology reports. It lets you build a secure online personal medical history and securely share your information with care providers. Tell your radiologists about the RSNA Image Share network and encourage them to get connected.

    Patients at sites participating in the Image Share Network can click here for instructions on accessing their images. User support for patients already enrolled in the RSNA Image Share Network is available at helpdesk@imsharing.org | Toll-free: 1-855-IM-SHARING (467-4274).

    Read our patient brochure and try the online demo below to learn more.

    Online Demo
    Click here to try out a guest account on the lifeIMAGE patient imaging record system, complete with a sample data set. (Note that the sharing and import functions of the sample account have been disabled.)
    When prompted, enter the following access code: 5698-0223-6587

    Request a demonstration of the DICOM GRID imaging record system by clicking here.

    Developers

    The RSNA Image Share network project provides the tools to link radiology systems (PACS and RIS) at any site to the network. A device called the Edge Server gathers images and reports and places them in secure digital package. It gives patients a unique security key they use to retrieve this information into their PHR accounts. Download the Edge Server application and its source code and documentation on the developer's page: www.rsna.org/image_share_developers.

    RSNA Image Share Validation Program

    RSNA, in collaboration with The Sequoia Project, is proud to introduce the Image Share Validation Program, a conformity assessment program that will set the standard for consistency in the marketplace. The Image Share Validation Program will test the compliance of vendors’ systems using quality standards determined most effective for accurate and efficient exchange of medical images including those used in the RSNA Image Share Network Registration will begin in January 2016 and initial testing will take place starting in March 2016.

    Who Should Participate?

    • Vendors of imaging systems such as Reporting Systems, RIS and PACS that wish to enable those systems to connect to networks for sharing images with providers and patients
    • Vendors of health information exchange systems that wish to enhance their systems to exchange medical images and reports 

    RSNA will collaborate with The Sequoia Project and the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology (MIR) at Washington University in St. Louis to conduct the testing. The Sequoia Project is responsible for several national interoperability initiatives, including the eHealth Exchange, a health data sharing network connecting over 100 million patients. MIR brings a wealth of hands-on experience in imaging informatics and standards activities, include oversight of IHE Connectathon testing.