Google Glass to Provide Mobile Access to Patient Images, Health Info

Google Glass to Provide Mobile Access to Patient Images, Health InfoGoogle Glass holds enormous potential for the application of modern healthcare. From the ER to the OR, Google Glass may one day revolutionize and expedite traditional medical care, while increasing efficiency and reducing human error.

That’s the expectation of countless industry analysts and market watchers who expect big things from Google Glass in mHealth and telemedicine.

Case in point: OneDX recently unveiled Google Glass as a new platform for mobile access to patient images and health information

Google Glass is just the latest resource to harness OneDX capabilities to provide secure access to medical imaging studies from PACS and EMRs from any mobile device.

This channel also provides physicians quick access to medical reports, inpatient location and exam scheduling information from the Internet-connected eyewear.

“Deployable in HIPAA-compliant environments, OneDX has optimized the PACS system used by Tacoma, Wash.-based TRA Medical Imaging, whose image management responsibilities for 12 Department of Corrections sites includes uploading and editing patient demographic histories, and searching archives before automatically transferring images to the PACS,  avoiding the expense of ordering redundant procedures,” the company said in a formal news release.

To learn more about OneDX, click here.

This post was written by:

- who has written 2288 posts on mHealthWatch.

Contact the author