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Feb. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
New Mexico Software, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: NMXC), a developer of medical IT services and solutions that enable improved and faster communication within the healthcare community announced today that it has released its Picture Archiving and Communications Software (PACS) Teleradiology System for all Google™ Android™ smartphones and the Samsung GALAXY™ Tablet. The application requires Android operating system higher than 2.2. The app can be downloaded free on the Android Marketplace.
The company earlier announced the company's XR-EXpress service is available on the iPad™, iPhone™ and iPod touch™ and is downloadable for free at the Apple App Store™.
New Mexico Software's XR-EXpress system allows doctors to examine medical images (X-rays, CT scans, ultrasounds, EKGs, etc.) over the Internet. XR-EXpress captures medical images as high resolution dicom digital files, streams the images, tags them with patient information and stores them for easy retrieval.
Dick Govatski said, "We've now released our XR-EXpress PACS system for the most popular smartphones and tablets. The marketplace is exploding with this new technology and we are pleased to be taking a participating position. Features of the PACS include the ability to quickly check total number of cases or orders, to easily search, view, edit and dispatch patients/cases/orders and to preview and zoom CT/Echo/EKG/ MRI/Ultrasound/X-Ray images along with PDF diagnostic reports."
The company said key additional features support the roles and functions of management, client services, technicians, external customers, medical management and radiologists. New Mexico Software maintains that the images are NOT to be used for diagnostics due to FDA regulations. However, the radiologists can use them for case review and quick access to patient reports.
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