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March 27, 2014 – The New Medical Product Server unveiled a new platform at the HIMSS14 Annual Conference and Exhibition: Google Glass for its OneDX mobile imaging management solution, enabling physicians quick access to medical reports, inpatient location and exam scheduling information from the Internet-connected eyewear.
The OneDX Glass app emerges as The New Medical Product Server finalizes its partnership with Intelerad Medical Systems Inc. to equip its base PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) with the OneDX Patient CD Uploader and Push to PACS software application. OneDX facilitates rapid downloads of multiple studies simultaneously from any iOS or Android device, letting health care providers scroll through images taken at different times and collaborate with peers from the same or different locations in real time.
Deployable in HIPAA-compliant environments, OneDX has optimized the PACS system used by TRA Medical Imaging, whose image management responsibilities for 12 Department of Corrections sites includes uploading and editing patient demographic histories, and searching archives before automatically transferring images to the PACS, avoiding the expense of ordering redundant procedures.
Advanced Radiology Consultants (ARC) relies on OneDX to facilitate consulting among radiologists in a network comprising seven outpatient imaging centers in southern Connecticut and two hospitals, Yale New Haven Health System's Bridgeport Hospital and Ascension Health's St. Vincent Medical Center. "We are often asked to review cases by one of the other radiologists in the practice or by a referring physician," said Dr. Gerard Muro, Director of Neuroradiology and Chief Medical Information Officer at Advanced Radiology Consultants. "With the OneDx mobile apps, we have access to cases whenever and wherever we need to. This could potentially have lifesaving implications when time is critical. "
The fully customizable OneDX solution integrates seamlessly with multiple EHR (Electronic Health Records) and other critical interfaces in less than 24 hours without the need to install additional client-side hardware. Unlike competitor solutions, OneDX can simultaneously download hundreds of images from multiple studies for review during mission-critical events such as surgeries or for live videoconferences.
For more information: http://www.onedx.com and mobile.adrad.com.