Use Pydio as a filesharing brick inside your existing workflow

You need to centralize and manage your patients’ data (test results, radiography images, lab protocols etc…). With Pydio you can directly upload data from your medical devices to your desktops and create an automatized workflow for posting and exchanging patients’ data from various sources inside a common repository.

  • Flexible and configurable to meet HIPAA compliance standards

  • Upload & Exchange patients’ data automatically

  • Securely access, review, and share important patient information from any device

  • Allow patients to access their results under your control

Avoid data breaches


  • Install Pydio in a firewalled environment with direct access restricted to internal users. Your data stays on your storage, and is managed by you, and only you.
  • Your data is encrypted at rest and your exchanges are protected with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocols.
  • You can also protect your server when creating public share links, by pointing towards another server address: your server ID remains hidden to the outside.


Simplify your workflows with Pydio


  • Forget about fastidious tasks, like printing and scanning medical files. You can rely on our Ready-to-use clients and SDKs to automatically upload new documents to Pydio. Our RESTful API can even provide further automation capabilities.
  • Pydio Plugin Architecture allows you to implement new readers for specific formats, or implement basic workflow tasks to documents during processing.
  • Healthcare employees often work out of their office. With Pydio mobile apps, they have online and offline access to their files, while our Sync Client enables automatic downloads of new documents on the target system.


Track activity with powerful admin tools 


  • You get detailed and customizable activity reports to exactly know who accesses what and when.
  • You can also monitor file usage and history for specific sensitive data, with email notifications and alerts.
  • You can allow patients to access their data on an individual basis, and you set access rights on your terms. set a time-limit for shares, protect sensitive documents access with passwords, etc...