Technology | Mobile Devices | January 13, 2016

Mach7 Technologies Awarded U.S. Patent for Mobile Medical Image Capture

Solution allows users to securely capture medical imaging data from any Web-enabled smart device, send to an archive and link to an EMR
 

January 13, 2016 — Mach7 Technologies has been awarded a United States Patent for handheld medical imaging modality.

The patent covers any mobile device that can capture and upload imaging data into a patient’s electronic medical record (EMR). Using the patented technology, Mach7’s iModality mobile application brings the Mach7 Enterprise Imaging Platform to mobile devices. The HIPAA-compliant solution enables clinicians to securely capture medical imaging data including photos, videos and notes using a Web-enabled smart device (e.g., iPhone, iPad), send to an archive via Mach7 Enterprise Imaging Platform and link to an EMR for immediate access.

iModality enables rapid mobile healthcare in the hands of patient-facing clinicians and moves image management closer to the point of care delivery, speeding diagnosis and facilitating care collaboration.

For more information: www.mach7t.com

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