Digitization of Medicine
Mobile exchange of information enables patient-centered treatment approach
The use of digital methods is increasing in the medical area. Highly developed medical technology systems support surgeons during operations and
are already part of complicated operations and treatments. However, the interoperability of these systems and the exchange of important information are often not given.
"The communication of medical information is an elementary component of high-quality health care. (Source: Digitized Medicine)."
mRay provides mobile communication and visulaization of medical images including the networking of the medical staff. Flexible services for physicians, portable teleradiology, encrypted messaging, fast wound documentation, mobile ward rounds and much more. The aim of a patient-centred approach is to help patients to become more self-determined and self-confident during treatment - the patient as its expert on illness.
In cooperation with physicians of the urological department of the University Hospital Heidelberg, mbits develops an electronic patient information system. To inform patients during their stay at the hospital about upcoming appointments and postponements as well as to provide general information about the stay (meal plan, visiting hours etc.).
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HoloMed: Promotion of innovative small and medium-sized enterprises in the field of AI
Augmented Reality in the operating theatre
The Federal Ministry of Education and Research published an article about our cooperation project HoloMed.
In cooperation with the project partners, the HoloMed glasses were developed as a flexible, mobile and cost-effective solution to improve the quality of ventricular puncture in neurological emergencies - for example in the case of a cerebral hemorrhage, a craniocerebral trauma or a stroke. Existing patient information, such as CT or MRI scans, were evaluated with machine learning methods analyzing their structure to display additional anatomy information of the patient. Faithful to the nebulous concept of marketing, the so-called AI generates information of puncture and angle to guide the catheter throughout surgery.
The complete article of the project HoloMed can be found on the page of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
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Radiology Magazine about mRay at Heidelberg University Hospital
Dr. Alexander Mohr uses mRay in background service
"Modern image communication saves about 20 to 30 minutes per case," explains Dr. Alexander Mohr in an interview with the Radiology Magazin.
The senior physician of the department of Neuroradiology at the University Hospital Heidelberg uses mRay and is impressed by its high transmission rate. "The software allows the fast transfer of large amounts of data even via slow internet connection."
You can read the complete article with a detailed interview under the title "Freedom of choice".
mbits at the UMED of the DGUV
We present mRay in Baden-Baden!
From 22 to 23 November we present among others the comfortable and efficient possibilities of wound documentation with mRay, at the Unfallmedizinische Tagung (UMED) of the DGUV.
Visit us on site at the mbits booth to get to know about all other advantages of mobile medical image processing with mRay.
You are welcome to arrange a personal appointment in advance. We look forward to your visit.
mbits honored at the German Medical Award
We are second in two categories!
It the beginning of this week mbits participated in the award ceremony of the German Medical Award in Düsseldorf, taking place in the context of Medica,
for which we were nominated in the categories "Communication" and "Innovation" .
We would like to thank the jury for choosing us for two excellent second places in both categories, which make us very proud and happy.
We would like to congratulate all winners and nominees once again and thank the organizers and initiators of the German Medical Club for the successful and entertaining event.
OP 4.1 introduces itself at the Medica
mbits as part of the project at the Düsseldorf fair
Project funded by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi Germany) OP 4.1
aims to provide a platform that enables companies to efficiently bring new software solutions into the operating room.
After three years, the project will be completed at the beginning of 2020. At the Medica in Düsseldorf presented mbits together with the project partners from Uniklinik Heidelberg, DKFZ, SAP, Storz and Siemens Healthineers between November 18 and 21, 2019. Get an impression of OP 4.1 at Medica. We are looking forward to your visit
mbits at the Forum Neuroradiologicum
We introduce mRay: November 15 - 16 in Ludwigshafen
The Department of Neuroradiology of the University Hospital Mannheim/ Ludwigshafen
stages the Forum Neuroradiologicum again.
In this context we present all novelties around mRay from 15. to 16. November 2019 in the Heinrich Pesch house in Ludwigshafen.
Visit us during the lecture breaks at the mbits booth. You are also welcome to arrange a personal appointment in advance. We look forward to your visit.
mbits gives a talk at the IGIC 2019 in Mannheim
Apart from sponsoring, mbits was invited to present one of its current research projects
For the fourth time, the Conference on Image-Guided Interventions (IGIC) took place in the
Universitätsklinikum Mannheim. The conference was hosted by the research campus M²OLIE.
A series of exciting talks was given on this year's main topic Digitalization in Medicine.
mbits presented a contribution to the current project Touchless, Intra-operative Image Viewing Using Convolutional Neural Networks, which has been researched in cooperation with the Diakonissenkrankenhaus Mannheim for several weeks. The talk met with great interest followed by an exchange on current research in the field of Deep Learning and the application of neural networks in the medical practice. We thank you very much for the great discussions and the smooth organization of the event.
mbits wins NEO2019 prize
Innovation Award of the TechnologyRegion Karlsruhe goes to the KI-based "HoloMed" project
For the tenth time, the TechnologyRegion Karlsruhe was awarded the NEO innovation prize. In the Zentrum für Kunst und Medien (ZKM) the Holo Med project was awarded the NEO2019 Award, endowed with 20,000 euros. mbits developed the project together with the University Hospital Ulm, the User Interface GmbH and the Holo Med research group of the KIT, whose director Prof. Dr. Björn Hein accepted the award: "What a great and important award for our idea and our team. The prize confirms our assumption, that we are on the right track here and are developing a product that is relevant to society. Of course, we are now hoping for the radiance of this award in order to arouse the interest of potential investors," said Professor Hein about the award.
mbits promotes young biologists
Sponsoring of the Graduation Ceremony of Molecular Biolgen of the University of Heidelberg
mbits supports research and sponsors the closing ceremony of the Faculty of Biosciences at the University of Heidelberg, which takes place on October 26th, with a small contribution. We wish all graduates a nice evening and much success on their further way through life.
mbits nominated for German Medical Award
In the categories Communication and Innovation
The German Medical Award takes place this year at MEDICA 2019 in Düsseldorf.
The leading medical and management award has been presented for several years and is regarded as an important award for innovation,
transparency and quality in medicine. We are very pleased to be among the nominees in two categories this year.
Our app mRay is a candidate for the German Medical Award in the category 'Medical Communication'. Furthermore, we were nominated with our current research project on the topic "Holistic Stroke Care" in the category 'Medical Innovation - Products'. We would like to thank for the nominations and look forward to the award ceremony on November 18th.
mbits at DKOU
Visit us at DKOU in Berlin
Germany's largest congress for orthopaedics and trauma surgery (DKOU) will take place from 22 to 25 October 2019 at Messe Berlin.
mbits presents on site all innovations around mRay.
Visit us at the mbits booth 24 in hall 4.2 of Messe Berlin. You are also welcome to make an appointment in advance for a personal appointment . We look forward to your visit.
mbits at Neurorad
Visit us at Neurorad in Frankfurt
From 10th to 12th October 2019, the Neurorad of the DGNR will focus on the future of neuroradiology. mbits presents the module mRay-VEOcore, for better therapy decision for storkes.
Visit us at mbitsboothA12 in Cape Europe, Congress Centre of fair Frankfurt. You are also welcome to make a personal appointment in advance. We look forward to your visit.
How mRay protects data
To prophylactically exclude data leaks
Referring to the article Millions of unprotected patient data in the network of Bayerischer Rundfunk, we would like to inform you again how extensively mRay protects your data. The leaks mentioned in the report are unprotected PACS systems over the Internet. According to ARD Tagesschau these breakdowns were caused by importing CDs or by misconfigurations of the data-carrying computers. mRay is not affected by these leaks. Our application offers a wide range of protection so that such breakdowns cannot occur.
Data encryption is not optional but mandatory in our application. Images downloaded via the mRay app are stored in a proprietary format and only contain the data required for the display of the necessary information. There is no way in the app to get access to the original DICOM files.
For more detailed information on data protection and data security in mRay please refer to the official letters to our customers.
New mbits customer in Gronau
St. Antonius-Hospital Gronau purchased mRay
Besides the personnel innovations in the radiology of the St. Antonius-Hospital Gronau the technical equipment is now also adapted to the latest standards. We are pleased to become a new partner of the hospital which will use our app mRay for its background service. We would like to thank you for your confidence and look forward to the future cooperation with the new head physician Dr. Benedikt Prümer.
User Interface Design: Keeping the User in Mind
mbits-partner UID cooperating in the joint project HoloMed, is currently working on the design of the future user interface. Due to a simple and safe application, that is adapted to the needs of the treating staff of neurosurgery, they aim an ideal support during the ventricular puncture. The UID has published a time lapse video of its work.
Successful test of mRay gesture control
The Diakonissenkrankenhaus Mannheim is testing the contactless operation of mRay
Under the direction of Dr. med. Markus Bochhacker the Diakonissenkrankenhaus Mannheim successfully tested the touchless control of mRay under operating conditions. The aim of the gesture control is the intuitive, comfortable handling of our app under sterile conditions. The promising results of the test are now evaluated and published promptly. We will keep you up to date.
mRay 5.8 is there
A new version of our app is now available. mRay 5.8 offers an improved reporting workflow, the possibility of an HL-7 connection and a freely configurable search.
Besides some performance optimizations, the new version also includes a first update of the module mRay-VEOcore. The automated perfusion analysis with VEOcore 1.1 is more performant than before.
The update is now available for all systems (iOS, Android, Windows) in AppStore and Google Play. A current desktop version can be found at the following link: https://mbits.info/downloads/mray.
UMG evaluated mRay
The University Medicine Göttingen comes to excellent results with their scientific examination of our mRay-App
Im Plos-Journal published the Universitätsmedizin Göttingen its scientific studies on mRay.
Even though we already assumed this, the results are clear and we are very pleased: "Software solutions such as
mbits research project at HS Ulm
In cooperation with mbits new methods for stroke treatment are being researched at the HSU
mbits is a cooperative partner of the ThromboMap third-party funding project, which began in April and aims to develop new stroke treatment methods over a three-year period. With the help of a newly established research laboratory at the Technische Hochschule Ulm, doctoral students and several bachelor and master students are investigating new possibilities for the safe removal of blood clots in the brain. mbits supports the project with the know-how around our fully automated stroke evaluation mRay-VEOcore.
mbits cooperates with Telepaxx
mbits at contract signing for a partnership with Telepaxx
The storage service and medical archive company Telepaxx, based in Büchenbach near Nürnberg, is a new mbits partner. The managing directors of both companies recently signed a corresponding cooperation agreement. Our app mRay is now part of the Telepaxx MarketPlace. It provides solutions for start-ups and scientists to train and develop applications based on AI and Digital Health in a quality-assured and data protection-compliant environment. Telepaxx and mbits thus combine the competencies of two companies that complement each other excellently in the field of teleconsultation.
New mbits customer in Hettstedt
Radiological Centre Mansfelder Land purchases mRay
We are pleased that we could convince the Radiologische Zentrum Mansfelder Land of mRay. The practice uses our app as referring physician portal to provide digital image data and findings. We would like to thank you very much for your trust.
The Radiology Magazine reports about mRay at Klinikum Ingolstadt
Prof. Dr. med. Dierk Vorwerk about the advantages of mRay
"We have been struggling for years with the problem of compliant image data transfer among each other, e.g. in our stroke network. With mRay, the physician in the on-call service from on the way to judge whether he must immediately go to the clinic. Now we can finally transfer the images quickly and safely in diagnostic quality", says Prof Dr med Dierk Vorwerk about our app mRay. The Radiology Magazine interviewed him about "Norm - and rule-compliant image communication". You can read the complete article with the title "Simply sent" here.
Tauernklinikum becomes new mbits customer
The Tauern Hospital in Pinzgau buys mRay
We could not only convince the Tauernklinikum of the numerous advantages of our app mRay, the radiology department of the clinic would also like to work with our new perfusion analysis tool mRay-VEOcore, which supports doctors in therapy planning with automated stroke evaluation. We would like to thank you very much for the trust you have placed in us. We are pleased that the Tauernklinikum is the first clinic in Austria to use mRay.