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Remote Medical Technologies To Be Providing Live Dynamic Tele-Ultrasound Demonstrations at RSNA 2014 in Chicago

The iMedHD2™ Tele-Ultrasound System provides distinct, live, dynamic, imaging performance, and cost-effective sustainability for decision-making confidence.

November 25, 2014– Melville, NY- Remote Medical Technologies (RMT), the leader in state –of-the-art high definition dynamic telemedicine solutions, is pleased to announce their participation in the Radiological Society of North America’s (RSNA) Annual Meeting. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the scientific assembly and annual meeting. A Century of Transforming Medicine celebrates 100 years of innovations of radiology. The meeting will be held at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL from November 30th to December 5th.

At the centennial celebration, RSNA and industry partners will showcase various innovative technologies. RMT will be exhibiting the iMedHD2™ Tele-Ultrasound System, which provides multi-participant real-time sharing of images, group annotations, snapshot and movie capture, and Voice over IP audio. This HIPAA secure system employs token passing and end-to-end video encryption. RMT’s live tele-ultrasound system works with most popular browsers or devices for PC and MAC, including iPads, iPhones, and Android devices, making it the most mobile of teleradiology solutions. One of the strongest features of this system is the live, dynamic annotation sharing capabilities among all participants that allow doctors and physicians, with a common user interface, to easily collaborate for the benefit of the patient. Proud to be a first-time exhibitor, RMT Founder and CEO, Don Marchon explains, “Having the opportunity to exhibit where medical imaging professionals attend to learn about the latest in secure medical technology, is a privilege. We encourage attendees to bring their mobile devices and tablets to our booth to experience first-hand live Tele-ultrasound technology.” iMedHD2 was designed to help healthcare facilities streamline the process of diagnosis to treatment resulting in better workflow, higher revenue, and lower costs.
Visit Remote Medical Technologies in the North Hall of McCormick Place at Booth # 6400. To learn more about the iMedHD2™ Tele-Ultrasound System or receive an online demonstration, visit www.rmtcentral.com or email info@rmtcentral.com.

About RSNA:
The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA®) is an international society of radiologists, medical physicists and other medical professionals with more than 54,000 members from 136 countries across the globe. RSNA hosts the world’s premier radiology forum, drawing approximately 55,000 attendees annually to McCormick Place in Chicago, and publishes two top peer-reviewed journals: Radiology, the highest-impact scientific journal in the field, and RadioGraphics, the only journal dedicated to continuing education in radiology.

About Remote Medical Technologies:
Remote Medical Technologies (RMT) is the creator of an innovative patented technology for delivery of secure Internet based premium telemedicine services. RMT provides a best-in-class web-based video, voice, collaboration and administration platform. With simply the use of a browser the solution is easy to deploy, operate and manage. This customizable and extendable multimedia services platform is a modular, non-fragmented approach to extending a healthcare organization’s communications infrastructure. Be it across the street or around the globe, RMT drives telemedicine concepts and provides solutions that save lives.

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iMEDHD2 Telepathology System Validated for Fine and Transbronchial Needle Aspirations

Fostering a true team approach with discussions between pathologists, gastroenterologists, and surgeons taking place in live, real-time to collaborate on diagnoses.

Remote Medical Technologies, LLC. (RMT) has advanced the iMedHD2™ Telepathology and Ultrasound Systems for use with fine needle aspirations (FNA) and transbronchial needle aspirations (TBNA).  The stages in which biopsies are being performed are now changing due to the use of this innovative system.  Prolonged patient anxiety, insufficient cellularity, and the inability for doctors of different disciplines to communicate effectively in real-time for the benefit of the patient are aspects of this procedure that we are seeing being phased out.  Immediate diagnoses for such procedures are being given by pathologists, gastroenterologists, and surgeons due to the ease of use of the iMedHD2™ Telepathology and Ultrasound System. 

These systems allow doctors to securely stream and collaborate on high definition images and video, which can be integrated with existing LIS, HIS, EMR, and HER systems, in real-time as soon as material is aspirated for histological analysis.  CEO and Founder of RMT, Don Marchon, states, “Patients appreciate the fact that they are receiving the best immediate care, advice, and instructions from cross specialty medical experts.  This results in better patient treatments, outcomes, and significant cost saving benefits to the medical facility.  The ability to capture snapshots and record video with audio to be shared with colleagues anywhere, be it in the same hospital or in another city, is a great solution for problematic cells and false negative results.  Regardless of biopsies performed on a mass or ultrasound guided fine needle biopsies, once the cells are extracted a technician can quickly place a stained slide under a microscope for immediate shared analysis.”

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iMedHD2 Tele-Ultrasound System Making Great Strides in Radiology

Remote Medical Technologies has announced a major advancement in their iMedHD2™ Telemedicine Capabilities with the unveiling of the iMedHD2™ Tele-Ultrasound System.  The development of this innovative technology gives doctors and technicians alike the advanced capabilities to collaborate with primary care physicians and other healthcare personnel for improved patient care.  Pathologists, radiologists, sonographers, and surgeons are applauding this technology because it allows immediate diagnosis and treatment, thereby saving time and improving patient care.  This technology is the only system to feature up to 1920 x 1080 pixels for a true high definition image sharing performance without pixilation.   The iMedHD2™ Tele-Ultrasound System is able to capture images, video, and audio from real-time sharing, all through a HIPAA secure system that employs token passing and video encryption. This live Tele-Ultrasound system works on most popular browsers or devices for PC and MAC, including iPads, iPhones, and Android devices, making it the most mobile of teleradiology solutions.  One of the strongest features of this system is the live, dynamic annotation sharing capabilities among all participants that allow doctors and physicians with a common user interface to easily collaborate for the benefit of the patient.  Healthcare facilities are now streamlining the process from diagnosis to treatment resulting in better workflow, higher revenue, and lower costs.

Remote Medical Technologies (RMT) is also seeing the iMedHD2™ Tele-Ultrasound System being used for remote, hands-on training to and from facilities for educational purposes.  Founder and CEO of RMT, Don Marchon, says, “I believe that because our system is intuitive, easy to use, and has the flexibility to be carted to any location, educational facilities are incorporating our technology into their daily operations.”  The versatility of the systems allows for multipurpose use through various fields and industries ranging from general imaging to OB/GYN, breast, cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, urology, vascular and musculoskeletal imaging stemming into intervention biopsies and fine needle aspirations.  Unlike conventional systems that require special hardware at each end, are limited to specific point-to-point communication processing, or require client software downloads, RMT only requires a broadband Internet connection.  Additionally, optional Voice-over IP, document presentation, and annotation sharing capabilities are available.

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REMOTE MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES RELEASES iMedHD2 WITH DisplayMapper TECHNOLOGY

Remote Medical Technologies, LLC. has released its iMedHD2™ telepathology system, an improvement from the existing iMedHD™ telemedicine system platform. Remote Medical Technologies (RMT) has continued to improve upon their existing technological advancements in remote telepathology with live, real-time, high definition imaging.

Pathologists, radiologists, and surgeons alike will concur that Remote Medical Technologies clearly understands the daily operational use of telepathology by refining their current technology to the new iMedHD2™.  This understanding is shown by the new development of DisplayMapper™ technology. DisplayMapper™ eliminates pre-existing scroll bars by adapting to participants computer monitor in order for them to continue to view high definition microscope and grossing images in live, real-time, regardless of screen resolution. DisplayMapper™ will save time and improve diagnostic results, by automatically scaling and mapping to your devices screen resolution and allowing full-screen mode views.  Don Marchon, Founder and CEO, states “high definition imaging in real-time should never be compromised by screen resolution.”  Sharing high definition images from a monitor display of either 1024 x 768 or 1920 x 1080 will not deter users from being able to collaborate on microscope or grossing specimen images.

This adaptive technology found with iMedHD2™ also continues to provide users with the capabilities to take full screen snapshots or record to their PC or MPA.  Lastly, an improvement to the drawing panel allows users to annotate and share notes in full screen mode as well.

 

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RMT and Nikon Instruments Partner to Offer New Telepathology Solution, by Amanda Lowe


This week I saw a demonstration of “Be There Be Anywhere™” and spoke with RMT founder & CEO, Don Marchon … Although I only had time for a short demonstration, I was very impressed! Don was using a Nikon 50i microscope, to deliver live, real-time images of a thin prep cytology slide. The 50i was equipped with RMT’s iMEDHD™ package; the key component of “Be There Anywhere™” solution. During the demo we launched our webcams, talked via VOIP, and I watched Don (from the comfort of my living room) deliver a PowerPoint presentation via RMT’s web conference application that could easily rival WebEx or GoToMeeting. The speed was amazing, but the image quality was like nothing I’ve seen before in telepathology! It really was HD!

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Be There Anywhere HD TelePathology

Forget about the limitations and cost burdens associated with conventional telepathology systems.Traditional products typically include special hardware at each end, limit users to specific point-to-point communication processing, and require client software downloads. Be There Anywhere™ eliminates these complexities, requiring only the compact iMedHD™ package and Internet connectivity. This highly secure offering, with video capture capabilities, is the ideal solution for real time Internet sharing and collaboration of true live high definition images.

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