Sampling of ATA 2013 Exhibits

  • Visit Avaya Telehealth (www.ayaya.com) at Booth #1347 for information on the Readmission Avoidance program focusing on proactive care transition planning, patient centric post discharge care coordination, and remote telehealth monitoring

 

  • Sotelemed (www.sotelemed.com)  in booth #326 will be exhibiting the latest innovations in telehealth applications to include portable nursing units, store and forward client, enterprise solutions, HL-7 Integration, medical peripherals, vital signs manager, on-site stroke portal, and custom solutions

 

  • Meet DOCBOOK Gateway a device that accepts messages from hospital information systems, EMRs, and PACS systems and then automatically routes relevant labs, images, and reports to practicing physicians’ smartphones or windows 8 Tablets. Medweb (www.medweb.com) and DocbookMD (www.docbookmd.com) will be demonstrating telemedicine mobile applications at ATA

 

  • Cardiomedix (www.cardiomedix.com) and their R&D Company Commwell (www.commwellhealth.org) will be in both #1342 displaying their Health-e-Care system an audio visual interactive communications automatically documenting vital signs to a patient record. The PhysioGlove will also be displayed, a wireless lead-wire free 12 lead ECG to help emergency medicine, paramedics and first responders bring the patient to the hospital within the golden hour.

 

  • New Directions Technology Consulting and iRX Reminder (www.iRxReminder.com) developing bidirectional smartphone-based solutions will be exhibiting in the ATA Pavilion plus iRX Reminder will also present at the Venture Telemedicine Fair on May 5th. Both companies are collaborating on developing software and devices that incorporate the intellectual property of iRx Reminder and the mMed mobile medication management patent portfolio

 

  • Visit Openstream (www.openstream.com) in Booth #1520 to see a demo of Openstream Multimodal PHR and telehealth systems that empower patient and doctor interactions. The company is providing context-aware mobile computing to improve the user experience

 

  • Stop by Booth #1343 to  talk to the AMC Health (www.amchealth.com) team to discuss how best to design and execute telehealth programs specific to the customer’s specific needs. The technology is able to bridge the gap between the hospital, doctor’s office, and the patient’s home by using remote patient monitoring solutions that are proven, scalable, and customized to meet the needs of the patient and customers

 

  • Go to Booth #1628 to be introduced to EyePrevent powered by the EasyScan Retinal Imaging System. i-Optics (www.i-optics.com) is improving DR evaluation rates through retinal imaging with remote expert interpretation

 

  • Tely Labs (www.tely.com) will showcase their new telyMed™ MTS-100 Mobile Station, an integrated telemedicine workstation in booth #511. The integrated telemedicine workstation is designed to meet the needs of healthcare providers for security, mobility, and ease-of-use at the point-of-care, at less than half the cost of existing mobile telemedicine carts.
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