Advances in telemedicine bridge the gap between rural and urban care delivery with timely, high quality and safe patient care. This reduces health disparities and costs while improving care.
-CEO Dick Govatski

28 July, 2015

Net Medical to Offer Telemedicine Stroke Program to Rural Hospitals

Company Installing First Integration of CEREBROS™ in Arizona

28 July 2015 - Net Medical Xpress Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB SYMBOL: NMXS), a leader in the telemedicine field, announced today the introduction of a new stroke program for rural hospitals. The company is installing its first integration of the CEREBROS™ stroke management program from Corazon at an Arizona hospital.

CEREBROS™ has a web-based interface that allows staff to input, import, track, monitor, discharge and report on a stroke patient to ensure appropriate care is delivered in a timely manner.

Corazon CEO, Karen Hartman, said, “The launch of this exciting program follows the recently launched Acute Stroke Ready Hospital designation (ASRH) by The Joint Commission. This certification targets rural hospitals that may not have the resources necessary to admit and care for stroke patients. Given that today, half of the U.S. population lives in excess of 60 miles from a primary stroke center, these rural providers are uniquely positioned to provide crucial initial stabilization and treatment for these patients.”

Net Medical CEO Dick Govatski said, “Our telemedicine system is the new enabler of real time stroke care for rural hospitals. We provide on a 24/7 basis qualified medical professionals trained in stroke care to perform rapid diagnostic testing using the CEREBROS™ system. Our physicians, who are trained in administering intravenous clot-busting medication to eligible patients, also can provide care guidance to general physicians in rural hospitals. Our advanced telemedicine technology makes it possible for rural hospitals that don't have full time stroke providers to fulfill the documentation and clinical functions necessary to qualify for the certification. This is another important example of how telemedicine from Net Medical Xpress is helping to improve health care while reducing costs for the providers.”

CEREBROS™ is Corazon's Stroke Patient Management and Navigation System, the first of its kind. It is changing the way hospitals deliver care to stroke patients -- from arrival and critical early timeframes through discharge. CEREBROS™ uses best-practice quality care standards as a driver to ensure the right care is delivered at the right time to the right patient. 24/7/365. CEREBROS™ is built to support certification or accreditation through any of the national organizations including The Joint Commission (TJC), Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP) and Det Norske Veritas (DNV) and is able to integrate information into the Get With the Guidelines (GWTG) stroke data registry.

For more information on CEREBROS™, please contact Karen Hartman, President and CEO of Corazon, at 412-364-8200 or visit www.corazoninc.com/.

Please contact Dick Govatski, president and CEO, at 505-255-1999 or ceo@nmxs.com for more detail.

13 July, 2015
Elizabeth Kneeland

WebRTC Conference Switch Insights From The Field

Net Medical has developed a new low cost video conferencing system called the WebRTC Conference Switch. Universities, hospitals, and other heathcare providers are ​using the system both domestically and internationally. The company is currently testing the system at a major university in China to provide sleep studies using U.S. doctors for the program. Elizabeth Kneeland was one of the first to use the Switch. HERE is what she had to say about the technology from Net Medical.

10 July, 2015
Tyto

Tyto Introduction

Introducing Tyto, a unique, personalized, intuitive and safe hand-held examination device. Tyto enables anyone anywhere to perform accurate physical examinations for remote diagnosis by a primary care physician. Watch the video HERE for more information.

02 June, 2015
Himalayan

Net Medical Physician Demonstrates Successful Use of NMXS Technology from A Remote Corner of the Earth

02 June 2015 - Net Medical Xpress Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: NMXS), a provider of a wide range of telemedicine services, announced today that a company physician has successfully provided neurological consultations to US patients while on vacation in the remote region of the Himalayan foothills at Ladakh.

Real time consults from a remote region neighboring Tibet were successful during a visit by one of Net Medical’s leading neurologists. From mountains on the other side of the world, Dr. Neeraj Dubey took a break during his vacation in northern India to provide expert neurological consults to ER doctors for 10 patients at various hospitals in New Mexico and other states.

Dr. Dubey said, “It was amazing to be able to offer critical and in some cases life saving clinical consults to ER doctors with vivid images of CT scans and to be able to see and talk with patients using Net Medical’s proprietary Conference Switch. The technology worked flawlessly. It was as if I was right next door to the patient.”

Net Medical CEO Dick Govatski, said, “We have developed and built a sophisticated telemedicine network of specialists and primary care physicians to provide services not only in the U.S. but throughout the world. With encryption and HIPAA rules strictly followed, this shows that our doctors can be reached and provide consultations from virtually anywhere with an Internet connection. These real time, real world tests from one of the most remote locations on the planet are striking examples of the ability of our physicians to offer certain levels of patient care from any distance. It firmly underscores our ability to provide ‘Great Healthcare Everywhere’.”

“This further strengthens our confidence that current discussions with medical professionals in the Caribbean and Asia will lead to new opportunities,” Govatski said.

Please contact Dick Govatski, president and CEO, at 505-255-1999 or ceo@nmxs.com for more detail.

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