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CMTC announces Physician Collaboration Platform ("PCP") Upgrade: A cloud-based telehealth solution for improved collaboration, access and performance
Date:9/26/2013

PARAMUS, N.J., Sept. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Collaborative Medical Technology Corporation ("CMTC") announces the release of their latest innovation--Physician Collaboration Platform 4.0 ("PCP"). The platform's enhancements deliver a new level of medical connectivity, community and clinical information sharing.

PCP is designed to streamline remote consultations or second opinions, expedite patient transfers and facilitate continuity of care. "Critical and complex care situations require patients' medical records and imagines to be shared and accessed by multiple specialists. Hospital systems are not well integrated within the same network, let alone across networks, states and even oceans," said Simon Schurr, CEO and Chairman of CMTC. "That was our motivation to migrate the PCP to a cloud-based suite of apps – accessible by physicians, specialists, clinicians and insurance providers anywhere."

"The Platform has a new permission-based networking capability that enables doctors to invite colleagues to view and comment on cases," says Vasyl Zayachkivsky, PhD, Chief Information Officer and software development architect at CMTC.  "Doctors can build and manage communities of medical and research collaborators.  Additionally, the 'one-click sign-on' orchestrates all the interoperability and connectivity behind the scenes – so as more apps, medical monitoring devices, and functionality are added to the platform the physicians and healthcare providers simply log in as usual", Dr. Zayachkivsky added.

PCP4.0 assembles a sharable, template-based composite patient record and is supported by telemedicine / telehealth / telepresence capabilities. The app includes a powerful utility to aggregate and organize disparate data sources (proprietary, legacy, paper-based) with a built-in diagnostic-quality (DICOM) viewer for radiology, MRI, and CT/CAT scans. The embedded pictu
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