MedImage adds a new messaging interface

The original MedImage app has become a tried-and-tested tool for doctors, and it remains an effective means for sending photos to a desktop system, when a patient is there in-person. However, in this day and age of Governmental lock-downs, there has been an increased need for remote patient tools...

AtomJump founder discusses MedImage

A fireside chat between DigitalBoost and the AtomJump founder, in relation to their MedImage product and the open-source tools used, including their own AtomJump Messaging product, happened last week. The full video is here.

AtomJump Messaging uses MedImage for notifications

AtomJump’s MedImage Server has proven itself to be a stable platform for the transmission of medical photos, but it can also be used to transmit other types of data, such as human readable messages. AtomJump Messaging is now making use of the software to form a key component in it’s notification ...

MedImage Transfers switch over to NZ-hosted servers

Some of our New Zealand customers have been asking for us to switch over from our Sydney-based Australian servers to New Zealand-hosted servers, and last week we did this, taking our new local NZ servers live for photo transfers. Current customers sending photos via our servers (who selected the ...

Remote consultations

As New Zealand starts to move gradually out of it’s Covid-19 lockdown, GP’s are facing a different environment. The number of remote or in-home consultations are increasing dramatically. While the MedImage app is built to work inside a practice, it also works on-the-road, and is a useful companio...

Covid-19 Impact – Payment Holiday offered

We have been tracking the Covid-19 virus’s impact, and many doctors here in New Zealand, in particular, are not currently seeing their patients in person. If this is your practice’s situation, we recognise that the MedImage app becomes temporarily redundant. If you are currently paying our regula...