Passport SR

Auto-populate your dictation system with measurements from any modality

Passport SR allows you to auto-populate modality measurements from any manufacturer directly into your dictation system. Passport receives DICOM Structured Reports (SRs) and provides a normalized view of the measurements seamlessly into dictation templates. This automation saves radiologists time and eliminates errors from the report.


Normalize Report Measurements

  • All measurements that are auto-populated into the report template will have consistent rounding and units


  • Works with all modality manufacturers and models
  • Integrates measurements from any DICOM SR or HL7 message
  • Supports Nuance 360, 3M MModal, Dolbey and other dictation systems

Simple to Configure

  • Easy to use point and click mapping tool
  • Simple pulldowns to convert dates and weights/measures
  • Uses historical data to see results immediately during configuration

eForm Support

  • Add Altamont eForm functionality to allow users to add additional information to the report
  • Technologists can QA/Modify SR measurements from the eForm


  • Single, central location for reviewing HIPAA audit information


Improves Quality

  • Auto-populating modality measurements eliminates errors

Saves Time

  • Passport increases productivity allowing radiologists to spend more time interpreting the exam

Superior Reports

  • Creates reports with more detail and a standardized format

Typical Exam Types Supported

  • OB-GYN
  • Abdominal
  • Pelvic
  • Vascular
  • Thyroid
  • CT Dose
  • Testicular
  • Bladder
  • Breast

Platform Server Requirements

Component Requirement
Operating System Windows Server 2016
Windows Server 2019
CPU 4 Core VM or Server CPU
Network Interface 1Gb/s recommended
Disk Storage 80 GB of available hard-disk space
500 GB of available hard-disk space
Memory 8 GB
.NET Framework .Net Framework 4.5 or later

Client Requirements

Browser Google Chrome version 37 or later
Internet Explorer 11 or later
Mozilla Firefox version 47 or later
Microsoft Edge