GlobalMedia’s CONi™ Server Validated for Compliance with VA/DoD VistA System

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New Single-Click EMR Integration Tested and Approved for Vets.

GlobalMedia Group, LLC announced today that its soon to be released CONi™ Server, a single-click EMR integration server, has joined many Fortune 500 companies in achieving validation for use within the Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture (VistA) PACS servers. The new CONi Server will be demonstrated at the GlobalMedia Booth (#1533) in the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center at the 15th annual American Telemedicine Association (ATA) International Meeting and Exposition.

GlobalMedia was approved to the selective group of validated companies—which includes GE (NYSE: GE), Philips (NYSE: PHG) and Siemens (NYSE: SI)—following rigorous testing of the CONi (Capture Over Network Interface) Server within the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ electronic healthcare records (EHR) system. Together, the CapSure® and CONi Server applications provide clinicians with the ability to work with, store and forward high resolution, digital still images—for secure storage in EMRs. When CapSure is installed on a GlobalMedia’s i8500 Mobile Video Cart Systems, a true comprehensive solution for telemedicine is achieved.

“No other integrated cart system has a DICOM image automation system validated by the
DoD/VA to communicate with VistA Imaging,” said Joel E. Barthelemy, GlobalMedia’s managing director. “We have listened, observed and collaborated with our customers to bring this clinical process-saving patient safety product into existence.”

CONi Server resides in the network. It instantaneously transfers images snapped by CapSure to the organization’s EMR system and attaches the image to the relevant patient’s record. In terms of integration with VistA, validation means that CapSure DICOM formatted files have been approved to work within the MWL (Modality Work List) for Secondary Capture (OT) of Images and are able to merge dynamically into the VistA workflow.

The workflow is done in three simple steps: query the patient, snap the images of interest and close the application when done—all while complying with the DICOM standard and the VistA architecture.

The VistA validation builds on GlobalMedia’s reputation for innovating, manufacturing and marketing telemedicine solutions that provide superior image quality, unmatched versatility and unsurpassed simplicity for the healthcare industry. Unlike proprietary systems, the CapSure and CONI software are standards-based systems that further the progress of telemedicine globally.

About GlobalMedia
Based in Scottsdale, AZ, GlobalMedia designs, manufactures and markets telemedicine solutions that provide superior image quality, unmatched versatility and unsurpassed simplicity for the healthcare industry. Leveraging a passion to improve the delivery of healthcare services globally, GlobalMedia's camera, image management, store-and-forward, videoconferencing and video streaming technologies enable leading healthcare professionals and other caregivers to be more effective in providing patient care and more productive and efficient in managing patient data. Designed to integrate in a single click with any software codec, GlobalMedia solutions include the only open architecture, integrated visual communication cart system on the market with a DICOM image automation system validated by the DoD/VA to communicate with VistA Imaging. For more information, visit http://www.globalmedia.com or call +1.480.922.0044.

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