Technology | March 08, 2013

Mach 7 Technologies Introduces Remote Image Viewing System for Mobile Devices

March 8, 2013 — Mach 7 Technologies introduced the new iModality remote image viewing system mobile devices. The Keystone Suite allows clinicians to capture medical imaging data from an iPhone or iPad to be stored on a patient's electronic health record (EHR).

Through a simple workflow the iModality application enables clinicians to associate any image, video or note captured on an iPhone or iPad to related patient and procedure attributes. Captured medical imaging data can then be sent directly to an archive or workstation through the Keystone server based on customer-defined rules, and linked to the EHR for later digital reference. The Keystone iModality application is intended for use to capture medical imaging data for clinical review. Captured medical imaging data is not intended to be used for diagnosis.

Keystone iModality app is another example of Mach7's continuous creative innovation, which was recognized by Frost and Sullivan with the 2012 Global Enterprise Imaging Informatics Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award. The global market research firm believes that Mach 7 Technologies has shown strength in terms of innovation in business processes, leadership in customer value as well as market penetration.

Further setting Mach7 apart is a unique value proposition. The company's flagship vendor-neutral archiving platform, Keystone Suite, is not bound to a radiology-centric approach. The innovative technology empowers customers to own, share, and access their imaging data and workflow by providing a final solution to digital imaging and communications in medicine (DICOM) and non-DICOM interoperability challenges, and enabling users to achieve true enterprise imaging integration.

For additional information: www.Mach7T.com

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