IHE (Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise) is an initiative undertaken by RSNA (Radiology Society of North America) and HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) to integrate medical information systems and the test institutions for system communication between major medical vendors in the world.

 IHE does a rigid coordinated inspection by use of established communications standards such as DICOM and HL7.

 RAYPAX acquired the certification from IHE in Modality, Imaging Manager, Image Creator and Image Display category. RAYPAX is certified to have all necessary conditions for PACS operation.

 DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communication in Medicine) is the international standard for digital imaging storage and communication. Since RAYPAX observes the DICOM standard, RAYPAX can communicate with any other medical modality and PACS system with Dicom qualifications.

 HL7 is the set of rules for exchanging critical medical information between different medical information systems. HL7 is the standard for exchanging medical information in North America and is becoming the standard for the rest of the World.

 Since RAYPAX observes the HL7 standard, RAYPAX can exchange patient information, prescriptions, reports, pathological anatomy, admissions and schedule information with Hospital Information Systems that have the HL7 capability. It guarantees smooth work flow of information back and forth in the medical facility for medical examinations and treatments.

 In 1999, RAYPAX acquired its approval from the United States FDA to produce and sell products. RAYPAX was the first Korean company to achieve this type of approval. RAYPAX received the recognition of excellent stability, quality and state-of-the-art technology with the certification. In 2008, RAYAPX acquired the US FDA approval again including mammography reading. So, RAYPAX product can be used for primary read mammography diagnosis.

 RAYPAX passed the medical equipment safety test from the KFDA (Korea Food and Drug Administration) and received the same recognition of the superior safety of product as the USFDA (United States Food and Drug Administration).