Remote Medical Technologies (RMT) exhibited its iMedHD2 Tele-Ultrasound System during the RSNA 2014 Meeting in November, highlighting the system’s ability to provide multiparticipant real-time sharing of images, group annotations, snapshot and movie capture, and Voice-over-IP audio. The new tele-ultrasound system is said to give both doctors and technicians advanced capabilities that allow them to collaborate with primary care physicians and other healthcare personnel with real-time sharing of high-definition images.
According to RMT, the iMedHD2 Tele-Ultrasound System is HIPAA-compliant, and employs token security and end-to-end video encryption. The company says the live tele-ultrasound technology works with most popular browsers or mobile devices. Further, the iMedHD2 system allows for immediate informed diagnosis and decision-making, and is reportedly suitable for many fields, including cardiology, endocrinology, mammography, obstetrics, gynecology, gastroenterology, and urology, among others.
RMT, based in Melville, New York, provides real-time telemedicine systems to healthcare organizations worldwide. For more information about the company’s new tele-ultrasound system, visit the RMT website.