DICOMcast access request

This article describes how to request DICOMcast access.

Create Azure support ticket

To enable DICOMcast for your Azure subscription, please request access for DICOMcast by opening an Azure support ticket.

Important

Ensure that you include the resource IDs of your DICOM service and FHIR service when you submit a support ticket.

Basics tab

  1. In the Summary field, enter "Access request for DICOMcast".

    Screenshot of basic tab in new support request.

  2. Select the Issue type drop-down list, and then select Technical.

  3. Select the Subscription drop-down list, and then select your Azure subscription.

  4. Select the Service type drop-down list, and then select Azure Health Data Services.

  5. Select the Resource drop-down list, and then select your resource.

  6. Select the Problem drop-down list, and then select DICOM service.

  7. Select the Problem subtype drop-down list, and then select About the DICOM service.

  8. Select Next Solutions.

  9. From the Solutions tab, select Next Details.

Details tab

  1. Under the Problem details section, select today's date to submit your support request. You may keep the default time as 12:00AM.

    Screenshot of details tab in new support request.

  2. In the Description box, ensure to include the Resource IDs of your FHIR service and DICOM service.

    Note

    To obtain your DICOM service and FHIR service resource IDs, select your DICOM service instance in the Azure portal, and select the Properties blade that's listed under Settings.

  3. File upload isn't required, so you may omit this option.

  4. Under the Support method section, select the Severity and the Preferred contact method options.

  5. Select Next: Review + Create >>.

  6. In the Review + create tab, select Create to submit your Azure support ticket.

Next steps

This article described the steps for creating an Azure support ticket to request DICOMcast access. For more information about using the DICOM service, see

For more information about DICOMcast, see

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