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Sun, TeraMedica solution aimed at doctor-patient relationship

Milwaukee, Wis TeraMedica and Sun Microsystems have joined forces to provide a solution that allows physicians to attach medical images and other clinical digital content to a patient's existing electronic health record (EHR), and then easily access them from a desktop. The collaboration ...

Wisconsins Real-Time" Economy

...evolutionizing the patient healthcare experience with web based patient record management solutions. Small entrepreneurial companies like Merge eFilm, teramedica and UltraVisual are making major breakthroughs the acquisition, delivery and archival of digital medical images that result in improved patient care a...

Watching Evolution Happen - Evolving Healthcare Technology Spies Big Change

...about transferring that data across campuses or even states? Thats the game teramedica Inc., Milwaukee, is playing, and it hopes everyone in the medical field buy...but distributing it throughout the enterprise is really the next step, said teramedica President and CEO Chris Hanna, PhD., whose company specializes in helping h...

TeraMEDICA Releases Version 2.0 of Image Manager Software

... MILWAUKEE teramedica , a medical informatics company, released version 2.0 if its teramedica Intelligent Image Manager (TIM) enterprise image m...care enterprise. Version 2.0 will replace TIM 1.0. teramedica will continue to support version 1.0 until version...

TeraMEDICA Appoints Prekop as New President

... Milwaukee, Wis. -- teramedica announced today Jim Prekop as president of the Milwaukee-based medical informatics company. Prekop joins teramedica from Peoplesoft where he recently served as vice president and general ma...

When its parts pull together, Wisconsin can tell a compelling economic story

...tests at once to quickly pinpoint a disease. At teramedica in Milwaukee, the group learned how innovative sof...20 million annual research budget. Prodesse and teramedica were selected for the tour because they are typica... ties binding small companies such as Prodesse and teramedica to larger institutions such as the Medical College...

Using clinical IT to improve care

... Physicians (ABQAURP) and Prekop is president of the image management firm teramedica . At the Digital Healthcare Conference held on Wednesday at Madison, eac...closed the presentation by showing a slide of Todays Tomorrow, the goals of teramedica in creating a system to house all medical data. Known as Enterprise Image ...

Australian company will sell TeraMedica's medical imaging software

...ge of a hand. Source: Kemie Guaida. MILWAUKEE -- teramedica has announced that Australian-based Intelligent I...TeraMedica. "The big difference in applying the teramedica model in Australia is that there is a large propor...ystems," Schmelzer said. "This agreement positions teramedica to be a significant component of the modernized he...

More Midwest Seed-Stage Life Science VCs

...The size of this fund isnt clear. Portfolio companies include CHF Medical Solutions (a medical device company in Minneapolis), OpGen (in Madison), teramedica (a medical imaging company in Milwaukee) and Deltanoid Pharmaceuticals (in Madison). Frazier Healthcare Ventures This California-based VC has...

TeraMEDICA offers seamless sharing of digital medical images

...he use of digital medical images proliferates. teramedica Inc. , a Wauwatosa-based startup with roots in the...mercialize it, Swensen said. Mason Wells funded teramedica in 2001 through its biomedical fund and moved the ...ney dried up in the venture capital community, and teramedica reduced its staff of 30 down to 20 people, then la...

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