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Products and Services Video conferencing on the go


Mobile workers can participate in company video conferences using the VidyoMobile app on their Apple iOS 4.x or Android devices. This technology expands access to confer- ences that already connect laptops, desktops, telepresence and HD room


systems (including interoperability with Polycom, Cisco/ Tandberg and other H.323 and SIP end points). The solu- tion delivers up to 720p HD resolution with shared content viewing capability. VidyoMobile is for business customers that currently offer employees access to Vidyo’s software-based infrastructure through their enterprise IT department or through a service provider. Vidyo www.rsleads.com/201ht-175


Web-based EHR for PCPs McKesson Practice Choice is a fully integrated, web-based EHR and practice management system that offers an afford- able, easy-to-use alternative for the independent primary care practice. Certifi ed for Stage 1


meaningful use, it provides clinical, fi nancial and operational tools on a single database, enabling simple deployment and the ability to care for patients from any location with an in- ternet connection. Smart Note technology allows for charting of progress notes on a single screen, with key data elements automatically populating all pertinent fi elds throughout a patient’s chart. McKesson www.rsleads.com/201ht-177


Maintain your rolling advantage Keep your carts functioning at their highest level while ex- tending the life of your assets and improving overall ROI using Futura’s Neverdown Total Cart Maintenance program. Work can range from regular part repairs and battery replacement to larger projects such as annual preventive maintenance or a complete battery refresh. By outsourcing the maintenance of your carts, you can free up IT staff to work on more complex medical and network equipment. This program supports all major cart manufacturers including: Artromick, Ergotron, In- foLogix, Lionville, Stinger, Enovate, Flo, JACO, Rubbermaid and more. Futura Healthcare Technology www.rsleads.com/201ht-179


Reinvented HandStand


for iPad and iPad 2 The REV360 (formerly known as HandStand) is a rotational and protective iPad case that effort- lessly spins 360 degrees. This wearable accessory has been totally redesigned for increased ergonom- ics and comfort based on customer feedback. Key enhancements in- clude: fi nger-conforming spherical design, improved molded polyurethane cover for easy iPad attachment/detachment and an integrated iPad stand. REV360 comes in a multitude of colors and patterns and is manufactured in the U.S. from recycled plastics and resin. Hub Innovations www.rsleads.com/201ht-186


Bigger, better hospital-grade HDTVs LG’s new 42-inch-class


healthcare hospital HDTV (42LD6DDH LCD) is the industry’s biggest screen size for patient rooms, allow- ing for larger-size text and on-screen menus to better educate and entertain patients. Advanced set-up options allow for establishing a default start channel and volume level as well as minimum and maximum audio levels. Each TV comes equipped with the Pro:Idiom digital rights man- agement (DRM) system and features a wide viewing angle, dynamic power savings and expanded support of pillow speaker compatibility. LG www.rsleads.com/201ht-180


Universal viewer gets 510(k) clearance VitreaView, a universal viewer that provides uniform access to all images within patient imaging, has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. FDA. The solution utilizes next-generation technology for image distribution through zero-footprint and zero-download viewing and is designed for access through EMRs, EHRs and HIEs. Users accessing VitreaView can use web-enabled devices, including Windows- or Mac-based systems, to review DICOM and non-DICOM medical images. IT administrators can leverage virtualization for deployment. Vital Images www.rsleads.com/201ht-178


30 January 2012


HEALTH MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY


www.healthmgttech.com


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