iPhone Browses Diagnostic Heart Images

 

July 17, 2007

July 17, 2007 - Heart Imaging Technologies (HeartIT) announced today that medical images can be viewed on Apple’s new iPhone.

Physicians can click on a web link sent via email by one of their colleagues, enter their password, and, for example, view movies of a patient’s beating heart, while they continue to carry on a medical consultation over the phone and browse through the imaging results.

As this technology enables physicians to drill-down and view medical images over the internet, HeartIT contends that HIPAA compliance can be met by using encryption technologies employed by online banking and credit card transactions.

For more information: www.heartit.com

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