News | December 17, 2006

FDA Approves IMCO’s Bi-Directional Software

IMCO-STAT, wireless communications technology software developed by IMCO Technologies, announced today that it has received FDA 510(k) clearance to sell to the healthcare industry, extending its presence in hospitals, imaging centers, medical clinics and orthopaedic practices.
IMCO-STAT, which was developed in collaboration with Walter Reed Army Medical Center, communicates critical findings utilizing voice, hand-written notes, text, pre-formatted reports, key images with annotations and streaming video. The software offers bi-directional communication between the sender and the receiver. Utilizing wireless Tablet PCs, PDAs or hard-wired workstations, IMCO-STAT reportedly meets the American College of Radiology Guidelines and Standards, which emphasizes the critical components of reporting non-routine findings and deals directly with timeliness of the report, confirmation receipt of the report and the documentation of all communication.

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