Tuesday October 23rd, 2012 Vigilant Medical CEO Santosh Venkatesha will speak during the Innovation Hour at the Nurse and Technologist Symposium held during TCT 2012. The event begins at 11am with Santosh speaking at 11:20 in room B210-211.
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Join us April 26th from 6-7 PM ET for an online discussion with Lowell Satler, MD, Director of Coronary Interventions at Washington Hospital Center. With nearly 10 years of online image sharing experience, Dr. Satler can speak to the impact the ImageShare platform has on his ability to collaborate and communicate with his referral network.
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We will be using a conference call in line for our source of audio. Call in to (512) 400-4809 with attendee access code 140 2033.
Integrated Sharing allows ImageShare users to move studies to anyone all from the same place. When viewing a study, simply click “share” and enter the email of the recipient. If that person has an ImageShare account, he or she will receive the study in their inbox. If that individual does not have an ImageShare account he or she will receive an encrypted link that will grant temporary access to that particular study. Watch the short video below for full details on how to use Integrated Sharing.
January 31st, 2012 from 1 to 2 PM Vigilant Medical will be hosting an online Q&A session with Steven Simms director of the Washington Hospital Center cath lab. We will be discussing ImageShare from a user-level perspective. WHC has historically been one of the highest volume users of the ImageShare system and Steve will be able to speak to the benefits and hurdles of using an online platform to replace CDs as the medium of choice for transferring imaging studies.
The session will begin with a brief overview—presented by myself, Jared Hullett—of what ImageShare does and how it works. From there Steve will field questions from attendees as we begin a productive and frank conversation about the user experience. We will be using a free online web-conferencing service with a call-in line so you will not need a microphone on your computer to participate. All you will need is an internet connected computer and a phone. If you plan to attend please register at the link below so we can get a sense of how to allot time for each portion of the webinar.
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On the day of the webinar, follow this link to attend.
The dial-in number we will use is: (512) 400-4809 | Attendee Access Code: 140 2033
We hope to see you there!
ImageShare was designed for optimal performance in Google Chrome. But if you’re using Internet Explorer (IE) because you prefer that browser or because your internet service prevents you from getting Chrome, there’s a way to not only get the best ImageShare experience, but also get faster internet browsing in general!
Our mission has always been to bring the best service to physicians so patients can have the best care. That is why we are suggesting this software for consideration to our users. With a simple adjustment of an internet plug-in, doctors can achieve a better interface to evaluate their medical files. And when the physicians have a good experience, we have a good day.
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The founding fathers of Vigilant began their ambitious careers in a research company working on the development of neuro-diagnostics tools. Keeping the physicians in mind even from the beginning, they went directly to doctors in various hospitals and asked for input on the tools. To their chagrin, they would hear physicians say, “Dude, we already have a lot of great tools here. What we REALLY need are better ways to COLLABORATE with other physicians.” Vigilant took the feedback to heart and thought about how they could help doctors improve the communication and exchange of medical information. They considered in the past few years how the web has given birth a number of great tools to effectively upload files (Dropbox), maintain organization (Remember the Milk), and share information (Google Docs) within a large group of colleagues. The founders wanted to adapt the best of these tools to fit the needs of physicians and enable them to achieve the optimal level of collaboration they and their patients deserve. Thus ImageShare was born.
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Referring centers can upload imaging studies directly to you through the custom webpage created for you by the Vigilant team. Once the image is uploaded—a process that takes minutes—the recipient is notified via email (page and text message notifications also available) that a study is available for review. The study can either be reviewed in our build-in web viewer or downloaded for review in the users preferred viewing software.
Our web-based platform—ImageShare—allows physicians from around the world to collaborate and communicate faster than ever before. Enhance referrals and save time all while reducing costs by eliminating the use of CDs from the referral workflow. Provide a user-friendly medium for collaboration with your referral network—the more available you are, the stronger your relationship will be with the physicians sending you referrals.