The iMedHD2™ Mobile Cart-Based Telepathology Solution provides distinct live, dynamic, imaging performance, and cost-effective sustainability for decision-making confidence.
Melville, New York (PRWEB) October 11, 2016 — Remote Medical Technologies (RMT), the leader in state–of-the-art, high definition dynamic telemedicine solutions, is pleased to announce its participation in the American Society of Cytopathology (ASC) 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting. This year marks the 64th anniversary of the scientific assembly and annual meeting, which will be held at the Hyatt Regency in New Orleans, Louisiana from November 4th to 7th.
In New Orleans, ASC and industry partners will showcase various innovative technologies. Attendees will learn about new trends and scientific updates in cytopathology. RMT will be unveiling the iMedHD2™ Mobile Cart-Based Telepathology Solution, which provides medical facilities real-time, high definition image sharing directly from the operating or procedure room to remote pathologists. This highly secure and compact mobile workstation contains all components of RMT’s Scope-Based technology (consisting of an RMT Multi-Protocol Appliance and iServ encoding system, and real-time (“live”) 1080p monitor with optional Universal Power Supply) mounted directly onto an easy-to-roll mobile cart. Live-dynamic HD video is streamed securely to remote pathologists from any room the cart is located for instant decision making.
RMT users state that consultations on Fine Needle Aspiration (FNA) biopsies have never been faster or easier. Proud to be a first-time exhibitor, RMT Founder and CEO, Don Marchon explains, “We look forward to sharing how industry renowned medical facilities are using RMT solutions today to significantly improve workflow and generate incremental new revenue streams while reducing costs. In fact, one of RMT’s major clients will be presenting their poster at the show, validating how RMT mobile-cart based telecytology assists in providing incredibly impressive results.” RMT encourages all attendees to view the poster presentations and visit booth #101 for a more hands-on demonstration.
Visit Remote Medical Technologies at the Hyatt regency in New Orleans booth #101. To learn more about the iMedHD2™ Mobile Cart-Based Telepathology Solution or receive an online demonstration, visit http://www.rmtcentral.com or email info(at)rmtcentral.com.
The American Society of Cytopathology (ASC), founded in 1951, is a distinguished national professional society of physicians, cytotechnologists and scientist who are dedicated to the cytologic method of diagnostic pathology. The ASC’s diverse membership includes representatives from other countries who share a vision of education, research and continuous improvement in the standards and quality of patient care. The ASC is a unique society that provides a forum where physicians and cytotechnologists can interact and network with each other on both a personal and professional level.
Recognizing that the future of medicine is in building teams of healthcare providers, the ASC collaborates with other professional organizations and government agencies to address issues relating to cytopathology. Education will remain a primary focus of these collaborations, with the outcome of improved patient care.
About Remote Medical Technologies:
Remote Medical Technologies (RMT) is the creator of an innovative patented technology for delivery of secure Internet based premium telemedicine services. RMT provides a best-in-class web-based video, voice, collaboration and administration platform. With simply the use of a browser the solution is easy to deploy, operate and manage. This customizable and extendable multimedia services platform is a modular, non-fragmented approach to extending a healthcare organization’s communications infrastructure. Be it across the street or around the globe, RMT drives telemedicine concepts and provides solutions that save lives.
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