The Riester Telemedicine case is designed to allow patient assessments to be carried out in selected remote locations globally. Data can be captured and transferred from a number of medical devices to allow the healthcare provider the ability to treat the patient on site.>
Telemedicine systems are becoming a necessity in modern healthcare. In developed towns and cities this does not present a problem, however in remote destinations or emergency situations having the ability to connect with specialist can be the difference between life and death.The hard-case is robust and comes equipped with a rugged tablet PC to allow the user to be assured that during transport the equipment will remain safe and ready for use. The ability to transport the case and its equipment easily makes the case ideal for emergency service and other remote applications, with up to 7-hour battery life giving excellent ability to deal with multiple uses between charges.Combined with the TeleDoc Software package it offers a complete telemedicine platform which can be scaled to help your organisation, allowing you to choose the best possible telehealth solution for your needs.
Video Conferencing: Clinician and remote specialist can teleconference, using the built in point-to-point Video Module.
Medical Video: Transmit live medical images and video from your integrated medical scopes and devices.
Session Documents: Capture the information gathered during the patient assessment in a format that can be shared or saved into an EMR system.
Universal HL7 and EMR Filing: Seamlessly export information collected during a patient session to a single HL7, FHIR based file. The HL7 module eases the integration with your organization’s infrastructure by providing a file that can interface with EMR systems. In a single step, information is ready to be stored with the patient’s record.
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