Whetstone and HealthCare forge telemedicine link:
This article was originally published in Clinica
HealthCare Vision, the US's largest healthcare provider, is conducting field trials of an imaging system that enables healthcare workers to relay high quality digital images to the nearest hospital and so to tap into the knowledge of consultants. The aim is for the consultants to diagnose and prescribe from the hospital. Images would be stored centrally at the hospital. The camera and software for the imaging system were developed by Whetstone of Park City, Utah.
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