Wound Mapp gets upgraded

Wound Mapp is an add-on for the base MedImage photo transfer product, built particularly to track the progress of patient wounds. The tool has been upgraded to include several new features, which were largely determined by the needs of Nurse Maude, who have been running a six nurse, year-long, tr...

MedImage connects to AtomJump Messenger

The non-profit AtomJump Foundation, which is from the same team as MedImage, has developed the open source AtomJump Messenger tool for general-purpose group messaging. One slight limitation with AtomJump Messaging, at present, is when trying to send photos quickly to a group chat the interface is...

A new patch for the MedImage Server

Severity: Important, but potentially non-critical Versions affected: MedImage Server <= 1.6.0 An issue that could stop new photos from being downloaded, requiring a MedImage Server restart. The problem, while relatively rare, may occur at random, after months or even years of successful operation...

Important Fix for the MedImage Server

Severity: Important, but potentially non-critical Versions affected: MedImage Server < 1.5.8 We have noticed, in reasonably rare circumstances, that a corruption of your MedImage Server configuration file can occur if there is a problem connecting to our pairing server, during the pairing process...

Wound Mapp released in Beta

New Zealand based Nurse Maude and AtomJump, have released the Wound Mapp Add-on for the MedImage Server, and a corresponding app to assist with wound analysis. The Wound Mapp app is a modified version of the MedImage app, and provides a drop-down list of standard body location categories to help ...

MedImage connectivity improves

The MedImage addon, the EHR Connector, which is used to add photographs to Electronic Health Records in various Practice Management Systems, has had several major enhancements released into Beta. The changes available in the EHR Connector Beta 0.7.10 allow interaction with SOAP XML programmer int...

NZ Doctor: A picture paints a thousand medical notes

“Now no barrier to taking photographs, [MedImage] is simple, straightforward, and saves a lot of time,” John Russell says   Reproduced courtesy of New Zealand Doctor, which is a subscription website (Subscribe Here). For subscribers, the original article is available at NZ Doctor here.   A pictur...

The Doctors Fred Thomas complete MedImage trial

The Doctors Fred Thomas (part of the Green Cross Health network) has successfully completed a trial of the MedImage app and MedTech connector. The MedImage app allows a photo to be tagged and securely sent directly into a medical desktop system. John Russell, a doctor within the Fred Thomas (Taka...

HealthManagement.org Guest Post

Our Director, Peter Abrahamson, has had a guest post published in the health journal HealthManagement.org – New photo transfer apps are challenging security perceptions in medicine.