mbits at the German Congress of Radiology 2021
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It´s almost time! Our symposium at the German Congress of Radiology will take place on 20.05.2021 at 4.30 pm.
We are very pleased that Prof. Dr. med. Dipl. Phys Gerald Weisser from the Clinic Ludwigshafen and Vice Chairman of the association DG-BW Digitale Gesundheit Baden-Württemberg e.V, as well as Prof. Dr. med. Paul Grützner, Medical Director of the BG Clinic Ludwigshafen will speak about mRay.
According to the motto of the 102nd German Congress of Radiology, 'Connecting Intelligence', mRay connects different players quickly and securely at a time when the need for digitization is becoming increasingly prominent. The app for displaying radiological images enables the networking of physicians and patients and allows the mobile and secure sharing of medical image data.
Register now for free for the symposium or contact us if you would like to know more about mRay: by mail, in the chatroom or make an appointment.
We are looking forward to meet you and the great presentations by the professors!
Project launch „Virtual treatment room - stroke“
mbits receives notification of funding from federal ministry of education and research
The starting signal has been given - the project "Virtual Treatment Room for Holistic Stroke Care" has opened.
Together with the University Hospital Freiburg, mbits has received the grant for this important project.
With 270,000 patients per year, stroke is one of the most cost-intensive diseases in the German healthcare system. Despite the pandemic, the right therapy decision needs to be made quickly.
A "virtual treatment room" enables mobile documentation right from the start - from the time the emergency call is placed to the completion of treatment in the hospital. It not only facilitates communication between the control center, ambulance service and physicians, but also enables fast, individualized care through evidence-based decision support tools!
We are looking forward to the project and the cooperation with our partners!
IMAGING IS BRAIN!
When every minute counts
mbits develops lestor app for stroke care
To ensure optimal care for patients with suspected stroke, the right decisions must be made quickly.
To this end, mbits, together with the Freiburg University Hospital,
has developed the so-called LESTOR app as part of a research project.
To support the dispatchers at the control centre, an LVO score is recorded in the app in order to improve the rapid assignment of the patient in the event of a large vessel occlusion. The rescue personnel can then quickly initiate the necessary steps and ensure fast and optimal patient care.
The LESTOR app is available immediately in the Play Store and in the App Store. We would like to thank the Freiburg University Hospital for the partnership and look forward to the next project, which is already in the starting blocks.
Healthcare in Europe reports on mRay
"mRay is an important building block in our digital strategy"
"The great freedom in reporting", headlines healthcare-in-europe at present. Prof. Dr. Gerald Weisser, interventional
radiologist and medical director's advisor for strategic IT orientation and digitalisation at Klinikum Ludwigshafen,
describes in detail the advantages that our app mRay offers in the context of advancing digitalisation in everyday clinical practice.
"mRay gives considerably more flexibility in the choice of work device, workstation, time and in the choice of internet connection, which can also be narrowband," sums up Prof. Dr. Weisser. He has been in his current position at Klinikum Ludwigshafen since mid-2020 and already knows mRay from his time at Uniklinikum Mannheim. There, work with mRay had already been underway since 2012, and he was involved in its introduction and has remained loyal to mRay ever since.
But it was not only the medical staff who were convinced by our app. "The solution is extremely reliable, the installation effort is minimal and the benefits for users are high," explains Christian Hiltl, at the Klinikum Ludwigshafen.
We would like to express our sincere thanks for these words of praise and look forward to continuing our good cooperation. In January Healthcare in Europe reported on mRay at BG Klinik Ludwigshafen.
New mbits customer in the Rheinland
Cologne Clinics use mRay
Due to the 2020 Corona Pandemic and associated contact restrictions, the Kliniken Köln
decided to use our app mRay initially as part of a test phase. The use was initiated by Prof. Dr. Axel Goßmann, Chief Physician of Radiology and Medical
Director of the hospital' Cologne-Merheim.
We are now pleased that the Cologne hospitals are convinced of our app and that we thus have the largest medical provider in the metropolitan area of the cathedral city as a permanent customer on our side. mRay will be used in several departments throughout the clinic and will support the doctors working there. We say thank you very much for the trust in us.
Presentation by mbits at Virtual Radiology Update 2021
About the use of mRay at Ulm University Hospital
On Friday, March 19, 2021, 11:00 am, mbits CEO Dr. Ingmar Gergel will give a presentation on the use of our app at University Hospital Ulm.
It's a bit of a success story: mRay is in use in 6 specialist clinics at UKU, recording 326 registered users and over 1200 image accesses per month. The use of the app is already being planned for two additional clinics. During the lecture, the various possibilities of mRay in everyday clinical practice will be explained. Usecases, such as photo documentation and background services will be highlighted, as well as future enhancements of the app.
The presentation is part of this year's Radiology Update 2021, taking place virtually March 19-20. Don't miss the date, and learn how your clinic can also benefit from the large-scale use of the mRay app.
Radiology Magazine and Hospital IT Journal report on mRay
Our app at Meine Radiologie and BG Hospital Ludwigshafen
Image data and findings can be digitally available via the mRay patient and referring physician portal. Both treating physicians, practices and patients can thus easily, quickly access the data on mobile devices and forward them.
Meine Radiologie CEO Dr. med. Dirk Knüppel explained the reasons for using mRay in an interview with Radiology Magazine: "The best thing about mRay is that we only have to send one link to give referring physicians and patients access to the images and findings," he explains. Meanwhile, the app is already in active use in eight practices. The goal is to establish mRay at all 27 sites.
The Hospital IT Journal reports in the current issue on mRay photo documentation at the BG Klinik Ludwigshafen. Already in November 2020, the interview with BGU IT director, Mr. Greschner, was featured in the Handelsblatt and and at Healthcare in Europe.