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AMD Global Telemedicine Announces Integration of Encounter Management Software with Patient Records Management System
Date:12/3/2013

Chelmsford, MA (PRWEB) December 03, 2013

AMD Global Telemedicine Inc. (AMD), the world’s leading supplier of clinical Telemedicine Encounter Management Solutions (TEMS)™, announced the integration of AGNES™ telemedicine encounter management software within WebDCR™, a patient records management system developed by INOVELAN, a French-based software development company.

AMD and INOVELAN worked together to integrate AGNES within WebDCR, to provide a single web-based platform for managing a telemedicine patient exam from start to finish. This includes the ability to view patient record information, participate in video conferencing, share data captured from medical devices, watch live streaming medical video and then save the information from the consult, directly to the patient record.

“Inovelan’s WebDCR product is quickly gaining significant momentum in France due to its ease-of-use and ability to manage multiple patient workflows,” said Dan McCafferty, Vice President of Global Sales and Corporate Development at AMD. “This integration of WebDCR and AGNES takes ‘ease-of-use’ for clinicians and telemedicine functionality to the next level,” added McCafferty.

AGNES is web-based software developed by AMD Global Telemedicine to aggregate and share real-time images, video and documents captured during a clinical telemedicine patient exam. WebDCR is a web-based platform developed by INOVELAN to manage patient healthcare record information.

About AMD Global Telemedicine, Inc.

AMD Global Telemedicine, Inc. (AMD) is the leading provider of Telemedicine Encounter Management Solutions (TEMS)™ to over 7,300 patient end-points in more than 94 countries.

Since 1991, AMD has pioneered the development of clinical telemedicine as a way of bringing quality medical care to rural and underdeveloped areas around the world. AMD provides personalized telemedicine solutions pairing our specialized diagnosti
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