Freeland Systems provides a comprehensive, three pronged solution for seamless, cost-effective integration of the diagnostic imaging and structured reporting component of Electronic Medical Records.

Freeland SystemsFully Integrated image and structured reporting component for EMR/EHR Freeland Systems Image and Reporting Management System is a dynamic, single point of entry integrated management system of multi-modality, diagnostic quality images and structured reports which includes:

  • Immediate access for review of diagnostic quality images
  • Cost effective on site DICOM server storage
  • Cost effective, flexible, secure, active archive on-line storage with unlimited capacity to accommodate the growing amounts of patient records.
  • Secure delivery of diagnostic quality images and reports
  • Microsoft Word based tool for generating and signing Structured Reports
  • Access to records any time from any location with high speed internet capabilities


HL-7 technology to integrate Freeland Systems into most electronic medical records. Freeland Systems Image and Reporting Management System is designed as the Cardiology component of EMR/HER with data collection and management to seamlessly feed into EMRs.

  • Template creation using Industry standard Microsoft Word
  • Crosstalk mapping tools for HL7 data communications
  • PACS Connection via links in the report
  • Integrations available for both OEM partners as well as for Practice Management or Electronic Medical Records of individual Healthcare providers.


Freeland Systems gateway translates ultrasound output for direct modality connectivey into electronic medical records. Freeland System’s newly released Freeland Systems BacPac takes Integration, Interface and Connectivity of Healthcare Informatics to the next generation. The GATEWAY translates and standardizes output from ultrasound enabling automated incorporation into Electronic Medical Records.

  • Eliminate the expense of multiple communication or gateway servers
  • Eliminate the expense of a PACS
  • Fully leverage your existing investment by preserving the value of your legacy systems
  • Obtain the freedom to make future purchase decisions based on best of breed not limited by compatibility with existing systems.



Perfect for the private practice: 

  • Save time and money sending costly CDs and DVDs to clients.
  • No need for complex IT or server infrastructure.  Installs on any PC running IIS.
  • Allows mobile clinics to capture, store and collaborate securely and remotely

For the enterprise, add SWD to your existing PACS:  No more hassle “sneaker-netting” studies from location to location.  Simplify your workflow by allowing the clinician and client access to your studies remotely regardless of location.

End-to-end security:  Secure Web Delivery supports 128-bit, or better, end-to-end encryption.  Put simply, all data between the Viewer and server is protected from hackers and electronic eavesdroppers. 

Customize your own workflow(s):  SWD gives granular control over access and workflow rules.  By leveraging integrated security, administrators may configure multiple paths, user, and group roles for granting access to archives and studies.

Unified solution for remote imaging and reporting:  Secure Web Delivery is not just for storage.  SWD is an invaluable tool for clinicians wishing to read studies and finalize reports from home.

Take your studies with you:  Why waste time waiting for studies to download or images to play?  Use AccessPoint Pull Client to automatically download images and reports.  Read when you are ready.

Fully HIPPA compliant:  By including integrated user-level and group level security, support of 128-bit encryption, and full user logging and accountability, the Secure Web Delivery server is a fully compliant solution.


  • Saves bandwidth by auto-compressing studies during transport
  • Safely and securely transfer studies ard reports across the Internet
  • Save time and costs associated with CD and DVD archival
  • Use SWD for connecting to multiple archives, including 3rd party PACS systems
  • Access any PACS using SWD and DICOM Q/R
  • Supports 128-bit encryption via SSL
  • Full logging of all read, store and delete events
  • Control access through users, groups and paths
  • Granular control of user access
  • Allows for multiple concurrent users
  • Real-time collaboration
  • Less hassle, VPN-less storage
  • Supports all AccessPoint Reporting and WEB Viewer clients
  • Supports Pull Client for automated delivery of images and reports


Q. Does SWD support Web servers other than IIS?  
A. Freeland SWD is designed to work specifically for Microsoft’s Internet Information Server.

Q. Can users view images from a Web Page?  
A. No. Studies (i.e. images and reports) are read using the Freeland’s AccessPoint WEB Viewer.

Q. Why not use a browser-like interface such as Mozilla or Internet Explorer?  
A. We thought long and hard over the decision to not use a Web-based browser.  Ultimately, two key factors swayed our decision: familiarity with the products and tighter security.

Web-based browsers, given their nature, are quite susceptible to security flaws, hacks and unsecured file caches.  We simply could not afford to ignore these flaws.  In our experience, just because most users have a Web browser, did not mean it was the best delivery mechanism for medical files.

After more than a decade in the market, we are confident that the AccessPoint products are the best medical viewer and reporting combination available today.  Our clients demand a quality user experience regardless of where they read.  The solution was obvious:   allow the users to access their images and reports from anywhere, at the same time, give them the tools they are already familiar with and trained to use.

Q. We have a Firewall; can SWD be configured to work behind a Firewall?  
A. Absolutely, the SWD server behaves like any Web server and may be configured to work behind any Firewall.

Q. How many users may access SWD?  
A. Secure Web Delivery supports the connection of multiple concurrent users.  There are no predefined limits on the number of sessions the product supports.  However, if the software is installed on a Web server that is already in use, you may need to consider the additional load and plan accordingly.

Q. We currently use FTP to transfer files; how is SWD different?  
A. FTP and SFTP are simple file transfer protocols that allow for the exchange of data between a client and server.   Secure Web Delivery provides not only storage, but the ability to perform everyday functions via the Web.  By allowing reading and reporting across the Web, SWD is much more than a means to store files.

Q. Do I require a separate User ID than the one I use for Windows?  
A. Yes.  User data, such as User IDs and passwords, are stored and encrypted on the server.

Q. Can I access multiple archives with SWD?  
A. Yes.  Secure Web Delivery may be configured to grant users to multiple data sets, or isolate users to a single archive.

Q. We have a PACS from a 3rd party vendor; can I access it through SWD?  
A. Yes.  SWD supports othre PACS vendors using DICOM Query Retrieve.