"Germany - Land of Ideas" becomes aware of mbits
mRay is presented as a "Beyond Crisis Project"
The innovation platform "Germany Land of Ideas" was recently became aware to our app mRay
and is now presenting it as part of the initiative #beyondcrisis.
The aim of the initiative is to make good ideas and innovations visible that help in the Corona Crisis or arise from it and support them with a network.
"Germany - Land of Ideas" carried out the image campaign of the Federal Government and the German economy for the Football World Cup 2006, which was actually only planned for one year. Due to the positive response, the operators have since then been looking for good ideas and innovations and making them visible, to highlight the positive aspects of Germany and provide impetus for the future.
mRay 6.0 is there
With many new use cases and improvements
Since last week a new version of our app mRay is available via the appstores.
For the first time it is also available for Windows as a direct download from the Microsoft Store. The new major release offers numerous new features:
> A screen-sharing function allows you to view the image data live with colleagues with whom you can also communicate directly via voice transmission.
> From now on, you can create chat groups yourself or simply open a group for a specific study or case.
> An image orientation indicator (L R S A) simplifies orientation within the scans.
> You can send the medical images via link and thus make them available to your patients quickly and easily.
> Among other new features, improvements in the referral portal, the barcode scanner and the data exchange between server and client lead to increased user-friendliness and performance.
#Stay up to date
mbits receives MDR certificate
As one of the first medical device manufacturers
The original starting date for the scope of the new Medical Device Regulation (MDR) EU 2017/745 was 26 May 2020. Due to the corona crisis, the new Medical Device Regulation was postponed by a whole year, as a changeover even under regular operation would have posed major challenges for many medical technology companies, which they were not to be burdened with during the exceptional situation caused by Covid-19.
mbits had already switched quality management to MDR before the Corona crisis. The just released new version of our app mRay 6.0 has already been developed according to MDR guidelines.
The changeover requires some fundamental adjustments to existing workflows - a major challenge. The Emergency Aid Program of the Health Industry BW develops group-specific content together with companies and makes it available.
At the ZDF you see mbits
When doctors have to go to the home office
In the "Nano Magazin" the ZDF presents our app mRay, with which doctors are able to work mobile and if necessary from homeoffice. In the current situation it is particularly evident, how important such a mobile software solution is. -> WATCH THE CLIP <-
mbits on ZDF
At 6:30 pm at "nano"
Now it's official: Last week the ZDF was visiting us for the science show "nano" and got to know our company.
The article can be seen in the todays issue (29.04.2020) of "nano", which will be broadcast at 6:30 pm on 3Sat. Porspectivley at the 8th of may an excerpt of the contribution will be broadcast in "heute in Deutschland". The news show can be seen on ZDF at 2:00 pm. Turn on your TV!
With the second you see mbits.
mRay for patients
Your medical pictures by link to your smartphone
mRay is a medical software for the medical staff of surgeries and hospitals.
We would like to show you how you, as a patient, can also benefit from mRay and the long overdue digitalization of the healthcare sector.
Classic scenario: You receive a CD with your medical image data and want to have a look at it at home. Your laptop plays a trick on you because it has no CD-ROM drive? Or you have inserted the CD, but are not familiar with the software required to open and view medical image data?!
With mRay, your doctor can send you a link, through which you can view your data in the web browser on your laptop or directly on your smartphone or tablet.
Talk to your doctor. The download of the mRay app via the App Store and the Google Play Store is free of charge for patients. Stay healthy and join us in bringing technological progress into our healthcare system!