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Products and Services 3D video conferencing

Panasonic’s 3D HD visual communica- tions system (HDVC) provides a scalable solution for capturing and sharing immersive content. The system provides an easy-to-use training tool for educators, and an enhanced depth of fi eld allows medical procedures to be viewed and demonstrated with greater clarity and realism for diagnosis and teach- ing. 3D HDVC delivers 360-degree full- duplex audio and full HD video on a wide range of HD monitors, from desktop LCDs to 152-inch-class HD plasma displays, or even projected with an HD projector. Mul- tiple HD cameras can be used, so a second camera can zoom in and share detailed im- ages. Panasonic www.rsleads.com/103ht-176

Access radiology images remotely The eHealth Image Exchange software is

a fl exible, standards-based platform for shar- ing images and integrating workfl ows across a healthcare community. The solution can reduce costs and inefficiencies caused by using CDs and fi lm to share images, and by enhancing online patient review capabilities among multi-disciplinary teams in numerous locations. Physicians across the community (including in different countries) can review current and relevant prior images from their own PACS, as well as from the PACS of other institutions. Physicians are notifi ed via email or SMS text message when new imaging re- sults are available. GE Healthcare www.rsleads.com/103ht-178

Claims accuracy from the cloud

Ingenix ClaimsManager software helps physician practices increase fi rst-pass accep- tance of claims submitted to health plans and receive payments faster. The solution is now available to physician practices with fewer than 50 doctors. The software is accessible through two new Web-based services (cloud computing and Advanced Clinical Edit- ing), so the need for physicians to purchase hardware and install software in their own offi ces is eliminated. The cloud-computing- based version can be integrated with existing practice management applications. Ingenix hosts the secure, online infrastructure and manages upgrades automatically for a low monthly subscription cost. Ingenix www.rsleads.com/103ht-179

www.healthmgttech.com Secure hybrid mobile workstation

The 1760Rx hybrid mobile workstation with SecureRx Med Module combines ac- cess to real-time information with secure and accurate point-of-care medication delivery. This is the latest workstation to join Metro’s broad range of storage, transport, mobile computing and automated dispensing health- care solutions. The user-driven design allows clinicians access to up to 12 patients’ medi- cations individually to help improve patient care, while its locking system ensures medi- cation security during delivery and clinical documentation. The unit also integrates with electronic administration records (eMARs). Other sought-after workstation features include a cleanable and intuitive ergonomic design and lengthy runtime. Metro www.rsleads.com/103ht-175

Med cart battery lasts fi ve years

RMS now provides a high-effi ciency AC power system and lithium-iron-phosphate (LiFePO4) 40-A battery upgrade option for its computing and medication carts. Benefi ts include a faster charge time (twice as fast as a traditional SLA battery), a longer running time, reduced overall weight so carts are easier to move, and a less-restricted charging behav- ior because this battery’s chemistry allows deep discharge or inconsistent charge without degrading capacity. According to RMS, this lithium battery boasts a life span of fi ve years or more. Other batteries last between eight and 10 months, based on common usage pat- terns. Rubbermaid Medical Solutions www.rsleads.com/103ht-177

Index of Advertisers Advertiser Page

3M Specialty Display Products ........................................19 AT&T ................................................................................13 Athenahealth ................................................................. IFC Axolotl Corp. ......................................................................1 Henry Schein Practice Solutions .....................................27 NEC Display Solutions ...................................................BC Northwestern University ..................................................23 Sprint .................................................................................5 The SSI Group Inc. ..........................................................21 UMUC ..............................................................................25 Verizon Wireless ............................................................IBC Wolters Kluwer...................................................................3

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