Medweb

Medweb

MEDWEB HISTORY

 

Medweb, a provider of integrated PACS, RIS and distributed telemedicine solutions since 1989, holds several major utility patents for web-based medical image viewing.

Founded and currently helmed by a physician, Medweb is a technology leader in the delivery of Web-enabled, secure Telemedicine and PACS solutions. We achieve this via a DICOM and HL7 standards-based gateway comprised of a robust, highly scalable suite of hardware options and software applications for acquiring and reviewing images and other medical data, as well as managing the workflow associated with these tasks, from any location or via any device with an Internet connection.

Medweb’s platforms facilitate electronic acquisition, viewing, communication/transmission, publishing, and storage of medical data captured by numerous modalities and devices, and associated with a variety of medical subspecialties including radiology, orthopedics, dermatology, ophthalmology, dentistry, and general exams. Our solutions can be easily integrated with existing HIS and CIS systems.

 

MEDWEB TELEMEDICINE

Medweb’s Web-based Telemedicine technology provides instant communications between doctors, specialists, and patients in remote locations, at neighborhood clinics in urban areas, or within incarcerated populations. It provides a comprehensive, computer-based, patient-assessment protocol and a simple interface for uploading images captured with a digital camera or other peripheral device, such as a USB ultrasound or EKG, into an electronic consultation request.

The consultation is then sent via a secure Internet connection to a consulting specialist who can provide a diagnosis online – in many cases eliminating the need for a face-to-face appointment.  Medweb offers an integrated medical imaging, information management, and security system along with straightforward user interfaces customized specifically for a variety of diagnoses.

This distributed, hosted architecture enables speedy diagnosis and treatment with significant efficiencies in transferring large amounts of exam data, images, and feedback from physicians to specialists.

It enables medical enterprises to grow across multiple specialties via the use of our single-management telemedicine platform. It also increases quality of care, as this platform eliminates geographical barriers and allows immediate access to specialists to swiftly and properly diagnose and treat a variety of ailments.

Medweb’s distributed Telemedicine solutions are used by physicians, radiology groups, hospitals and universities around the world, as well as the US Air Force, the Navy and Army medical service and support components.

 

TELEDERMATOLOGY OFFERING

Medweb’s Web-based Telemedicine solution provides integrated medical imaging, information management, and security system with user-friendly interfaces customized specifically for a variety of diagnoses.

This Web-based Telemedicine solution for expanding medical enterprises:

  • Increases the quality of care with immediate access to specialists
  • Speeds up diagnosis and treatment with instant access to data and images
  • Customizable templates allow you to collect patient information directly relevant to clinical specialty
  • Is versatile for use with all clinical specialties using a standard easy-to-follow user interface
  • Provides physician workload balancing and reporting tools
  • Consultations are sent via a secure Internet connection to consulting specialists for online diagnosis

This Web-based technology provides instant communication between doctors, specialists, and patients in remote locations, at neighborhood clinics in urban areas, or within incarcerated populations. It provides a comprehensive, computer-based, patient-assessment protocol and a simple interface for uploading images captured with a digital camera or other peripheral device, such as a USB ultrasound or EKG, into an electronic consultation request.

As specific to Teledermatology, Medweb offers dermatology specialist screening, diagnosis and treatment.

Dermatology-specific patient information is collected, including:

  • Patient demographics
  • History of complaint, including aggravating/relieving factors
  • Prior tests and treatments
  • Past medical history, including relevant family history and recent exposures
  • Provisional diagnosis and questions from referring provider
  • Images and their location

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