Online access to images for health professionals

Health professionals can use Monash Health Imaging Vue Motion (online image viewer – PACS) to access medical images.

If you have access

If you have previously registered for access or, have a Monash Health employee ID and password, login in here to view your patient images and reports.

If you require access

To request access as a referring or treating clinician external to Monash Health, please read the ‘terms of use’ and complete the ‘application for access’ form:

Terms of use

PDF document

Once complete with your individual information and signature, please scan and email the form to: images@monashhealth.org.

At least 48 hours is required to complete your registration for access. Once complete, you will receive an email with instructions.

Health Link HL7 electronic download imaging reports

Monash Health Imaging, together with Health Link, can provide you with HL7 secure, electronic delivery of imaging reports into most medical practice software.

Not yet registered with Health Link?

If you or your practice are not already registered with Health Link, please follow these simple steps:

  1. Complete the online request at HealthLink service application form
  2. Health Link will contact you to set up connection
  3. Once setup connection is complete, Health Link will provide you with an EDI code.
  4. Please email the EDI code together with your practitioner’s names and provider numbers to: Kristy.Grossmann@monashhealth.org.

Already registered with Health Link?

To ensure all of your practitioners are set up to receive HL7 reports from Monash Health Imaging, please follow these simple steps:

  1. Email the EDI code together with your practitioner’s names and provider numbers to: Kristy.Grossmann@monashhealth.org.
  2. To ensure continued delivery of reports, please notify Monash Health Imaging of any changes to your practicing clinicians, address or EDI code by emailing the updated details to: Kristy.Grossmann@monashhealth.org.
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