The HIPAA compliant tool, Envisimed, highlighting military-grade encryption, allows remote collaborators to interact, in real-time, over the internet with a laptop or a VR system for a more immersive interface.
FREMONT, CA: Harrison BayLife Sciences (HBLS), a medical device commercialization services provider, recently announced its new remote procedure support technology platform, ENVISIMED. Envisimed is a distinctive remote procedural support platform that empowers users to interact and collaborate anywhere in the world without interruptions that are often experienced with conventional browser-based collaboration tools.
The platform employs a 360° camera in the procedure room connected to its patented cloud-based imaging platform. The HIPAA compliant tool, highlighting military-grade encryption, allows remote collaborators to interact, in real-time, over the internet with a laptop or a VR system for a more immersive interface. The remote user controls the 360° sight of the room and maneuverability for better picturing without disrupting the hospital staff during the process.
An early adopter of the Envisimed platform, Dr. Marat Yanavitski, MD, an interventional cardiologist, M Health Fairview, said, “Telemedicine, and the ability to work with patients, and other medical colleagues remotely is where were heading in the medical field. In procedural fields, telemedicine has been almost a buzz word, a holy grail, and really there hasnt been a solution. In a way, COVID-19, for all of the damage and devastation to the healthcare field and outside of it, was a catalyst to allow people to understand that for many of the things we do existing technology has historically been out of sync with the clinical need.”
Dr. Mudassar Ahmed, MD, Dr. Yanavitskis partner and director of the structural heart program, said, “When you are looking at a tool like Envisimed for proctorship, it will expand and drive innovation because it will allow you to proctor more frequently, without taking time away from your normal practice. It eliminates the scheduling, and possible health issues related to travel, freeing up much more time.”
The solution has been purpose-built to permit medical professionals to collude remotely with their peers and industry associates. Its potential uses comprise medical device procedure support, procedural collaboration and support, clinical trial collaboration and support, training programs, and peri-operative consulting.
“Envisimed can help any company save on costs,” HBLS Steve Redenbaugh, co-founder. HBLS. “The reduced need for travel and related expenses will immediately save you money, while enabling you to support more procedures. And because Envisimed is a SaaS (software as a service) product, there is minimal hardware investment, and subscription costs scale to your needs.”