Visio Mobile Diagnostic Introduces CompuMed's eHealth to Mobile and Rural Markets
CompuMed, Inc., a company that develops and markets products and services that combine advanced imaging with medical informatics, has revealed that its OsteoGram and CardioGram systems have been integrated as main components of the telemedicine and digital x-ray-based healthcare services suite from Visio Mobile Diagnostics.
Visio Mobile Diagnostics is a provider of specialized x-ray and cardiology procedures to Ohio healthcare agencies, professional sports teams, corporations, and regional and state government entities. It offers the digital telemedicine technology from CompuMed to hospitals, occupational and home health customers, and long-term care facilities and rural markets throughout the state of Ohio.
The diagnostic testing center is brought directly to the patient by the mobile services of Visio Mobile Diagnostics. Services are planned at convenient times for the patient and they can be administered almost anywhere, counting at work, at home, in a local doctor's office, or in a long-term care facility.
Maurizio Vecchione, the president and chief executive officer of CompuMed Inc., stated that their OsteoGram and CardioGram technologies mark their eHealth initiatives. These technologies transform mobile health care delivery capabilities by providing a broad range of patients with the highest medical services quality in a practical and economical way. CompuMed is looking forward to collaborating closely with Visio Mobile Diagnostics, an innovator and provider of modern mobile health care services.
Doug Cook, the chief executive officer of Visio Mobile Diagnostics, said that their customers and staff are quite amazed with the OsteoGram and CardioGram systems. They have been able to execute these advanced technologies quickly in a demanding healthcare environment. This is a huge game changer for the company since it helps them strengthen their position as a provider of mobile medical testing services in the state of Ohio.
This announcement came shortly after the recently started campaign that is aimed to reach underserved markets for cardiac care, including pediatric, geriatric and rural healthcare.