Drag-and-Drop to Add All Enterprise Imaging Data to DICOM Archive

“Since Vertex is integrated with our PACS, Radiology Technicians scan paper or drag-and-drop office documents right into a study.”


Radiology Manager

Tired of installing scanning software on every workstation?

Using multiple applications to convert digital documents? 

Vertex Scan Is Just A Click Away Every Time.


Customize the workflow of adding paper, film, digital images and documents to existing studies or creating new ones. Affordability, flexibility, and ease-of-use are the hallmarks of Vertex Scan.

Scan All Papers

Add consent forms, modality worksheets, insurance cards, IDs, and other documents to studies.

Create Studies from Film

Digitize films from prior studies to store in PACS or share with healthcare facilities and patients.

Manage Visible Light Images

DICOMize popular image formats (JPEG, BMP, PNG, TIFF, GIF, and more) for inclusion in PACS and VNA.

Add Digital Documents

Office documents such as PDF, Word, Excel, Text, HTML, RTF, etc. can be DICOMized and seamlessly added into studies.

Multiple Modes of Operation

Initiated from PACS workstation, papers, film, documents, and images can automatically be added to studies. Users can also drag-and-drop any number of objects into an existing study or create a new one.

Flexible DICOMization Options

Select pagination format for document conversion. PDFs can be stored as embedded or secondary capture objects.

Create Unique Studies

Use Vertex to manage automatic creation of unique accession numbers and/or connect to Modality Worklist Server.

Consistent Dicomization

Configure department information, and create pre-defined study and series descriptions, ensuring data integrity when creating new studies.

HIS Friendly

Add procedure codes to pre-defined study descriptions to ensure proper billing and reimbursement.

Unlimited Client License

Any number of authorized users, groups, or workstations can utilize Vertex Import without running into licensing limitations or extra fees.

Client Access Control

For security and regulatory purposes, individual users, groups, or workstations can be configured to have access to incoming devices and destinations.