(PRWEB) December 12, 2013
mHealthSummit 2013 – Aventyn Inc., an innovative provider of secure connected clinical information processing solutions, announced today the availability of CareSitix™ imaging solution on Intel powered Ultrabooks and tablets. Aventyn’s award-winning CLIP®Care clinical information and Vitalbeat™ chronic disease management platforms seamlessly integrate with CareSitix to provide capabilities for hospitals, imaging centers and remote monitoring stations' instant access to advanced patient images.
Mobile devices and vendor neutral cloud infrastructure are rapidly spurring the adoption of CareSitix solutions for imaging informatics and reporting with hospital EHRs. Ultrabooks and Tablets equipped with CareSitix help point of care sites better manage patients that require rapid non-invasive digital imaging methods for treating global chronic conditions such as congestive heart failure, respiratory ailments and intestinal disorders.
CareSitix on the Intel platform provides secure access to multiple DICOM imaging modalities including: X-Ray, EKG, Angiogram, 2-D, 3-D, 4-D, Echo, MRI, PET/CT, and SPECT/CT Ultrasound images. Built-in collaborative tools enable radiologists, non-invasive cardiologists and clinicians to share and view imaging studies securely and remotely across a diverse set of mobile devices and via the cloud. Patient images are easily attached and integrated with patient health records, preserving history and improving continuity of care. Remote monitoring and disease management systems can now share a rich set of meaningful personalized patient record data, imaging studies for diagnostics and reporting with vital sign monitoring trends for improving patient quality of life metrics.
“A core capability in the global movement toward patient-centered, value-based care delivery is for clinicians to be able to collaborate with real-time access to patient medical images,” said Mark Blatt, MD, worldwide medical director of Enterprise Solutions Sales at Intel. “The Aventyn solution supports clinician mobility and collaborative workflows by giving end users the flexibility they need to take advantage of cloud-based DICOM image storage.”
“Medical imaging data is proliferating with user generated non-DICOM images adding to diverse medical device data challenging device security, interoperability, performance, manageability, scalability, energy efficiency, and graphics processing,” said Navin Govind, Aventyn founder and chief executive officer. “Intel powered Ultrabooks and tablets provide easy, secure access to high quality images, interoperable patient clinical history, and vital sign monitoring data for care coordination that help control costs, prevent avoidable patient hospital visits and improve patient outcomes.”
CareSitix works on Windows 8 Ultrabooks, tablet devices, smartphones and cloud portals.
Visit the Intel Booth #1311 for a demo.
Research centers, clinician investigators interested in CareSitix clinical studies can contact Aventyn directly to participate in upcoming trials. Contact Puja Chandler: puja(at)aventyn(dot)com or by phone at (231) RX4-BEAT.
About Aventyn, Inc.
Aventyn is an award-winning health technology company delivering innovative, standards based secure core to cloud connected clinical information processing solutions. The company’s CLIP®Care EMR solution, with CareLock health information security and integrated wireless bio-sensor capability, enable continuity of care anytime, anywhere and anyplace. Vitalbeat™ Integrated Chronic Disease Management patient personalized solutions are tailored for bedside, home and remote monitoring. Aventyn offers bundled and per patient per month subscription solutions with strategic provider and payer partners. Aventyn AB, Aventyn UK Ltd and Aventyn India are wholly owned subsidiaries of Aventyn Inc., USA
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