Freeland Systems Web Viewer is a low cost software solution designed for secure viewing of medical DICOM images on a Windows based PC or Notebook. As a standalone product it is a complete multi-modality, vendor impartial solution for viewing images. With database access, secure image transfer and the server interface, FREELAND SYSTEMS WEB VIEWER becomes an integral component of a PACs or EMRs

Modular, customizable layout:  One up, four up and side by side comparisons of previous to current studies are quick and simple to aid diagnostic utility. Thumbnail display of image loops allows for quick review of a specific loop or image.

Archive to CD/DVD/DISK/NETWORK/PACS/WEB:  Freeland Systems Web Viewer offers a wide array of storage solutions for your clinical workflow.

  • CD/DVD: store studies in DICOM format to any blank CD/DVD recordable
  • Disk/SAN/NAS: store to any local or network attached storage device
  • Network/PACS: support storage of studies to other 3rd party DICOM-compliant PACS environments
  • World Wide Web:  store to a Web server running Freeland Systems Secure Web Delivery Server

Screen Reader technology:  Freeland Systems built-in Screen Reader technology allows for the seamless digital reading of measurement values to be stored directly from a study.  Designed to work directly with the Freeland Systems Web Reporting Suite, automatically scan measurement values directly into your reports. Screen Reader saves you time and money by removing the need for costly transcription services.

Freeland Systems WEB CD Viewer:  Create CDs or DVDs complete with a light copy of the Viewer, thereby enabling users to share studies with those with the Full AccessPoint Viewer installed.

Access your images and reports anywhere:   Freeland Systems Web Medical Viewer becomes a powerful tool when combined with our Freeland Systems Web Reporting suite.  Quickly search, download, store and finalize your medical images and reports from anywhere in the world, with an Internet connection.

Measurements:  Freeland Systems Web Viewer contains preset measurements including 2-D, M-Mode, Vascular and Doppler.


  • Simple to use interface
  • Improved study load times
  • Hotkeys enabling quicker review
  • Modular, customizable window layout
  • Supports dual monitors
  • Screen reader technology
  • Read studies from multiple modalities
  • Multitude of Archival choices CD/DVD/DISK/NETWORK/PACS/WEB
  • Supports DICOM Query Retrieve
  • Access your studies world-wide using Secure Web technology
  • Supported encryption levels for secure transfer of studies to and from remote locations
  • Custom measurements
  • Supported modalities include: Ultrasound, Computed Tomography, Nuclear Medicine, X-Ray, and Structured Reporting
  • Customizable Heads-up for better CT readability
  • Multiple view modes:  1-up, compare, 4-up and 9-up
  • Burn studies to CD/DVD including the AccessPoint WEB CD Viewer
  • Securely store studies across the Web using AccessPoint WebStore
  • Easily import/export into non-DICOM presentation formats such as .AVI and .BMP


Q. Are CDs created, from the Viewer, at our institution viewable by others without AccessPoint?  

A. Yes.  All discs created using AccessPoint WEB include a lite version of our medical viewer.

Q. Are other archive systems accessible using the AccessPoint WEB viewer?  
A. Yes.  As long as the vendor’s PACS accepts DICOM, and may be configured to add additional clients, AccessPoint may be used to retrieve studies from that system.

Q. Can I capture or make measurements not included from my original scan?  
A. Yes.  The AccessPoint WEB Viewer includes full-featured set of measurement tools.  These tools are conveniently accessible from the image viewing interface.

Q. Is AccessPoint Web compatible with Windows 7? 
A. Yes.  All Freeland client-based tools have been thoroughly tested for use with Windows 7.

Q. The product is named AccessPoint “WEB”, does this mean I need a browser to view studies?  
A. No.  The AccessPoint WEB Medical Viewer is Web-enabled.  This means that the Viewer itself my be configured to retrieve studies from the Web.

Q. Why not use a browser for downloading studies; wouldn’t that be simpler?  
A. Unfortunately, no.  There are three primary reasons why we choose not to use integrated Web browsers: security, speed and usability.  Due to features such as Web caching and password storage, Web browsers tend to be un-secure.  To maintain the best security practice possible, we feel it is best to control security inside our own application.  Images, once downloaded by the user, are ready for immediate playback.  The user need not worry about re-caching or internet latency when stopping, starting, skipping, or playback once playback has started.  This gives us a tremendous advantage in both download times and study readability. Also important to us is maintaining a common and familiar set of tools for the practice.  We feel that creating separate interfaces for Web and local reading places a burden on the practice and their staff.  One common and simple user interface serves the customer best.

Q. Can I store my studies to AccessPoint WEB?  
A. Yes.  Please bear in mind that AccessPoint WEB has limits and is not intended for long-term archival.  Features such as SQL storage indexing, measurement scanning, forwarding, and virtual DICOM server support are only available in our more feature-rich, AccessPoint DICOM Service.

Q. Can I use AccessPoint WEB by itself?  
A. Yes.  However, it is our experience that storing, viewing and copying images are but a fraction of what a practice must do towards achieving an orderly workflow and accreditation.  Features such as customized reporting, practice analysis, EMR/EHR integration, and world-wide accessibility are only attainable through our products, such as: AccessPoint Custom Reporting, DICOM Service, Data Reporter, Secure Web Delivery and Archive Manager. 

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