Category: Health Information Technology
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By Westby G. Fisher, MD, FACC
The FDA clears Welch Allyn's iExaminer, an iPhone attachment and related app that allows clinicians to snap quick, sharable images of the back of the eye and optical nerve.
Healthcare products maker Welch Allyn won FDA clearance for its iExaminer, a snap-on adapter that pairs the company's PanOptic ophthalmoscope with the iPhone 4 and 4S to capture high-resolution images of the back of the eye and the optical nerve.
The iExaminer lines up the PanOptic's lens with the iPhone camera, allowing clinicians to use the phone and a paired app to capture and share opthalmic images on the go.
With 510(k) clearance now in hand Welch Allyn expects to begin shipping the iExaminer on February 11, according to a press release.
By Andrea Mooney
In just a 24-hour period, patients in the hospital typically see a variety of doctors, nurses, x-ray technicians and other medical professionals, and undergo a plethora of diagnostic tests – without an understanding of how all of it comes together to make them well.
Masimo founder & CEO Joe Kiani tells MassDevice.com how closed healthcare data leads to patient injuries and deaths and the business reasons that the data has stayed closed for so long.
Healthcare companies are running out of reasons to keep their data behind closed doors, according to Masimo (NSDQ:MASI) founder & CEO Joe Kiani.
Zoll CEO Rick Packer tells MassDevice.com about making the decision to sign the pledge to share data in the interest of patient safety.
Medical device maker Zoll Medical is among the 1st medical device companies to sign on to the patient safety and medical device data pledge proposed by Masimo (NSDQ:MASI) founder & CEO Joe Kiani this weekend.
The pledge includes promises to open up patient data gathered by medical devices to clinicians, patients and anyone else who can help improve patient care.
Masimo founder & CEO Joe Kiani tells MassDevice.com that he's "blown away" by the number of pledges he's received from healthcare leaders promising to open up their proprietary data.
Masimo (NSDQ:MASI) founder & CEO Joe Kiani plans today to unveil a list of medical device companies who signed a pledge to make data gathered by their devices accessible to the public.