MIA Radiology has the most extensive PACS (Picture Archiving & Communication System) network in Victoria. This enables us to send and receive digital X-rays, Mammograms, CT, MRI, PET, Ultrasound, Doppler, Echocardiography, Nuclear Medicine and Dental images quickly and securely between all our clinics.
MIA Direct enables your practice to connect to our network and realise the benefits of digital radiography for your patients and practice.
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MIA Radiology offers a wide selection of applications that have been specifically designed to meet your online patient management needs. This feature rich application offers a full suite of tools ideally suited to users who require full fidelity viewing and comprehensive imaging manipulation.
QuickView Web Portal
Referring doctors can log onto the password-driven secure Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) from work or home 24/7 and immediately review the patients' images and reports simultaneously.
MIA Direct - QuickView is ideally suited for doctors on the go, and provides a snapshot of your last 30 days of patient results, together with instantaneous access to the reports and intuitive viewing of images for all your patients results. This free application does not require the installation of software and can be accessed via any device with Internet access.
Pre-registered and approved medical professionals can now download the new MIA Direct - QuickView iPhone/iPad app from the Apple iTunes store.
Extended Health Professional Access to Patient Imaging Records
BREAK GLASS to access patient studies if you are not the primary referrer.
“Break Glass” refers to the practice of allowing a practitioner to view a patient’s medical record, under emergency circumstances, when that practitioner is not the primary referrer.
At MIA Radiology, we employ state of the art technology that can securely transfer diagnostic test images and reports. This technology allows patient images and reports to be electronically accessed by health professionals and ensures a much faster delivery of test results than traditional printed film technology.
What you will see when you break glass: