References

Who uses Orthanc. What has been written about Orthanc.

 

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Osimis

Osimis.

GE Healthcare

GE Healthcare, Global MR team, for internal development and testing.

CHU

University Hospital of Liège.

IBA

IBA Worldwide.

X-RIS

X-RIS, for industrial non-destructive testing and security.

ORU PACA

Observatoire Régional des Urgences, PACA region, France.

OpenPATh

OpenPATh: An initiative to foster open-source software in proton therapy.

Circle Cardiovascular Imaging Inc.

Circle Cardiovascular Imaging Inc. uses Orthanc as DICOM back-end for the HeartVision product which is a planning and visualization tool for cardiac interventions.

McLean Hospital

McLean Hospital, the largest psychiatric facility of Harvard Medical School, as the primary research image storage.

GE Healthcare

GE Healthcare Ultrasound Service, for test purposes.

KPJ Kajang Specialist Hospital

KPJ Kajang Specialist Hospital (Malaysia), for angiography and echocardiography.

Hospital Selayang

Hospital Selayang, Batu Caves, Selangor, Malaysia, with many different usages.

VPI Reveal

VPI Reveal.

Karolinska

Karolinska Institutet & UCLA school of medicine, for neuroscience and neuroradiology research.

Candisa Systems, Inc.

Candisa Systems, Inc., for DICOM integration with their OB Ultrasound sharing platform Natarin.com.

Open-source PET/CT Viewer

Beth Israel Plugin for Fiji, open-source PET/CT Viewer.

echOpen

echOpen, to bring DICOM support to their open-source echo-stethoscope (ultrasound probe).

Naeka

Naeka, for multiple e-Health projects to store CT scans for pneumo projects.

NVKF

NVKF (Society for Medical Physics of the Netherlands), in their WAD-QC server for quality control.

IT Systems Hamburg

IT Systems Hamburg, to store and view pictures taken by ultrasound and X-ray devices.

IdeaTech

IdeaTech is located in Tehran (Iran) and uses Orthanc to build a "Medical Bank" for hospitals and medical offices.

EthosMed

EthosMed, PACS and teleradiology solutions in Pakistan.

SA Imagerie Clairval (Marseille, France), for quality control of medical imaging devices (CT, gamma-camera...).

StatRad

StatRad, for testing.

Kardiologische Praxis Dr. Kühr (Germany), to store echocardiography exams.

Awards

Agoria

Best Project 2015, Agoria eHealth Award (Federation of the Belgian technology industry). 2015-06-04

Free Software Foundation

Award for the Advancement of Free Software to Sébastien Jodogne, Free Software Foundation. 2015-03-21

Prix Zénobe

Nominated at Zénobe Award 2013 for social innovation. 2013-11-28


French-speaking press

Regional-IT

"L’open source médical, pour retrouver confiance, maîtrise et confidentialité ?" 2020-01-15

Regional-IT

"Open data, open science. Même combat." 2019-12-20

Docteur Imago

"Des solutions logicielles pour faciliter le transfert d’images." 2019-06-24

Medor

"Les images médicales brisent leurs chaînes." Spring 2016

Regional-IT

"Orthanc décroche le Grand Prix eHealth décerné par Agoria." 2015-06-05

Free Software Foundation

Quelques coupures de presse écrite sur le prix du logiciel libre. Spring 2015

Regional-IT

"Une opportunité énorme pour l'open-source." 2015-04-15

ZDNet.fr

"Le créateur d'un logiciel libre d'imagerie médicale distingué par la FSF." 2015-03-28

RTBF

"Une distinction mondiale attribuée à un Liégeois pour son logiciel libre", RTBF. 2015-03-25

Regional-IT

"Les 4 premiers projets du WeLL." 2015-02-13

Regional-IT

"Orthanc : projet “anti-Babel” pour imagerie médicale." 2014-07-04

Quinzième Jour (ULg)

"Orthanc, un logiciel libre", in the official magazine of the University of Liège. 2014-01-15

CHU

Centre d'Oncologie du CHU de Liège. 2013-12-16

LinuxFr

"Médecine : Sortie d'Orthanc 0.7.1, serveur léger et open-source dédié à l'imagerie médicale", in LinuxFr. 2013-10-30

RTBF

"Liège: Le CHU a lancé un logiciel performant en imagerie médicale", by Alain Delaunois (RTBF). 2013-08-21


English-speaking press

Open Source Observatory

"Liège hospitals use open source imaging tool", European Open-Source Observatory (OSOR). 2015-02-26