Share Tissue Slides and Fine Needle Aspirations in Real-Time

Absolutely No Scanning Required!

As a pathologist, you know the value of sharing tissue slides and gross specimens with physicians, surgeons or assistants. With Remote Medical Technologies’ new rmtConnect Telepathology system, you can share HD slides and gross specimens with colleagues in the next building – or across the country – in real-time. Compliment or augment your WSI system, Remote Medical Technologies offers the best in class add-on capabilities.

Easily Share Slides – No “techie” Skills Needed

The only live telepathology system to feature true 1920 x 1080 HD technology, rmtConnect lets you share and view spectacularly crisp, clear HD images right down to the cellular level.

Send a URL or access your desktop icon (with moderator approved authentication) and voila! – your colleagues see tissue slides as you see them right on their monitors. Annotation tools let you point to areas of the slide or quickly grab a screen shot. rmtConnect works on desktops, laptops – even tablets and iPads.

Why consider the rmtConnect Telepathology System?

  • Real-Time High Definition Performance – The only system to feature true 1920 x 1080 HD for spectacular views right down to the sub-nuclear level.
  • Intuitive & Easy To Use – All you do is share a URL or access your desktop icon; absolutely no scanning required.
  • Multiple Applications – Share fine and transbronchial needle aspiration biopsies, frozen sections – anything that can be seen by your HD camera.
  • HIPAA Secure – Share the secure URL with trusted colleagues, then confirm their login.
  • Faster Decision Making & Treatment – Efficiently collaborate with colleagues in real-time for improved patient care.
  • Reduce Travel & Shipping Costs – No more traveling, risk of breakage, or lost specimens.
  • Eliminate Slide Scanning- rmtConnect is a live telepathology system, therefore you don’t have to wait for a whole slide image scan.
  • Gorgeous Imaging Regardless Of Screen ResolutionDisplay Mapper technology maps and scales participants monitor resolution for full screen HD views.

What People Are Saying …

“The first web-based telepathology offering we have seen where we do not need to trade-off exceptionally high image quality for dynamic live real-time performance.”

David McClintock MD
Director of Pathology Informatics
University of Chicago Medicine