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Retasure and Digital Healthcare Celebrate 10 Year Anniversary

Digital Healthcare, the Cambridge England and Wake Forest, NC-based company that is recognized as the leading provider of care management systems for diabetes, celebrated their 10 year anniversary this month.

Wake Forest, NC (PRWEB) September 15, 2009 -- Digital Healthcare, the Cambridge England and Wake Forest, NC based company that is recognized as the leading provider of care management systems for diabetes, celebrated their 10 year anniversary this month.

From its beginning as an image management and storage solutions provider for the UK Ophthalmology sector, the company has extended its product range and expanded into international territories. Digital Healthcare is now a leading software provider to the National Health Service in the UK, a major service supplier to US physicians and has solutions in use within some of the Worlds' leading Eye Institutions.

In the US the Company's FDA approved Retasure™ service to detect signs of diabetic retinopathy and eye disease in diabetic patients is available to over 700,000 patients from 1,500 primary care physicians in 28 states. It is also deployed in several leading academic institutions and integrated health systems including Vanderbilt University, UCLA, Carolinas Healthcare Systems and Forum Health. Retasure™ is becoming a vital part of physician practice transformation to total quality based care.

In the UK, Digital Healthcare has deployed over 40 operational Diabetic Retinopathy Screening programs, including the national all Wales Diabetic Retinopathy Screening program. More than 1.2 Million patients with over 9 Million retinal images are under management using Digital Healthcare's software.

Digital Healthcare's OcuLab product for Clinical Ophthalmology is used by some of the World's leading Ophthalmology Departments, including The Wilmer Institute at The Johns Hopkins University, Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, The Centre for Eye Research in Australia and The Eye Institute at The University of Hong Kong. Digital Healthcare's OcuLab™ product for Clinical Ophthalmology is used by some of the World's leading Ophthalmology Departments, including The Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore MD, to integrate clinical instruments and distribute information across their institutions.

Marc Winchester, President for North America at Digital Healthcare commented "For the last 10 years Digital Healthcare has provided software technology that helps improve the quality of patient care. We are excited about the future and our opportunity to help even more physicians save the sight of patients with diabetes".

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