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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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