The iMedHD2 Tele-Ultrasound System from Remote Medical Technologies (RMT) offers an opportunity for cloud-based collaborations in tele-ultrasound, according to the company. The HIPAA-secure system employs token passing and end-to-end video encryption, while providing multi-participant real-time sharing of tele-radiology images, group annotations, snapshot and movie capture, and voice-over IP audio.
RMT reports that the iMedHD2’s live tele-ultrasound technology works with most popular browsers or devices for PC and MAC, including iPads, iPhones, and Android devices. The RMT website states that the iMedHD2 Tele-Ultrasound System allows for immediate informed diagnosis and decision making in a variety of disciplines, including cardiology, endocrinology, obstetrics, gynecology, and gastroenterology, among others. Other benefits listed for the iMedHD2 include less waiting and anxiety for patients, greater access to expert physicians, better treatment decisions, rapid results and diagnosis, and a better overall healthcare experience.
“The iMedHD2 was designed to help healthcare facilities streamline the process of diagnosis to treatment resulting in better workflow, higher revenue, and lower costs,” said Don Marchon, founder and CEO of Remote Medical Technologies.
According to the company, one of the iMedHD2 Tele-Ultrasound System’s strongest features is the live, dynamic annotation-sharing capabilities among all participants that allow doctors and physicians to easily collaborate with a common user interface.
For more information about the iMedHD2, visit the RMT website.