Personal computers have come a long way since their introduction at the end of the 1970’s. They are now quite powerful machines with retina displays, increased performance, and abundant data storage. So naturally, physicians who work with medical images gravitate toward their PC as a way to save money rather than purchase an expensive purpose built medical imaging viewing station from one of the big name vendors.
We are frequently asked by Horos and OsiriX users about configuring their practice to use their preferred desktop viewer in multiple connected instances within their enterprise. While each situation is a bit different, below are some basic configurations and considerations for establishing multiple connected instances of OsiriX or Horos.