Net Medical Xpress Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: NMXS), an emerging leader in the rapidly growing telemedicine industry, said today the company's new RTC Conference Switch for the iPad has now been released on the Apple App Store and is ready for general use.
The company's WebRTC (Real Time Communications) Telemedicine video conferencing tool allows organizations to set up users, groups and subgroups with crystal clear, real time, face-to-face web-based connections significantly facilitating doctor-patient and hospital communications. Although designed specifically for the healthcare industry, other types of companies and organizations can also use the system.
"This week we will also be deploying Net Medical's Advanced WebRTC system, which can be embedded in a company website. This is ideal for group consultations or management meetings involving parties in different cities or locations. This will significantly enhance internal communications within organizations leading to greater efficiencies and lower costs. Designed to meet HIPAA requirements, our RTC Switch includes precise audit controls, public/private key encryption and Net Medical's Safety Pilot permission software," Govatski said.
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