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InPlace Medical Solutions Announces Advanced Medical Services for Offshore and Remote Locations
Date:2/16/2009

HOUSTON, Feb. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- NuPhysicia, LLC, the nation's leading provider of telemedicine health services, today launched InPlace Medical Solutions, the first offshore medical service that connects remote workers with physicians through live, two-way videoconferencing. InPlace Medical Solutions combines advanced telemedicine technology and medical services to improve workforce health and safety and lower risks. Offshore rig and remote workers gain access to advanced healthcare, direct physician attention and improved medical technology.

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Shannon Caldwell, NuPhysicia's executive director of Offshore and Remote Services, said, "Using InPlace Medical Solutions, any rig with Internet capability can have instant attention from world-class board-certified physicians through telemedicine. Physician-driven care allows injuries and illnesses to be assessed properly on the rig and managed better, reducing the number of unnecessary helicopter evacuations and the risks associated with them."

Caldwell said, "With InPlace Medical Solutions, patients are evacuated only if medically necessary, and their care is better managed while a helicopter is en route. A significant portion of helicopter evacuations from drilling units in the Gulf of Mexico in 2007 were due to non-work related medical incidents ranging from ear infections to heart attacks."

InPlace Medical Solutions' delivery model places the right resources on the rig: specially qualified medics, advanced equipment, medical-quality videoconferencing, and an electronic medical record (EMR) system for recordkeeping. Rigs are supplied with 128 prescription medications, including vaccines and 20 types of antibiotics. Unlike a medic supported by a doctor by telephone, the live, two-way videoconferencin
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