UbiMed™ is a mobile phone and PDA based middleware designed for use in hospitals and clinics. It enables physicians, residents, nurses, and medical service providers (e.g., pharmacy, labs, X-Ray, etc.) to communicate and collaborate in real-time, coordinating a paperless,location-independent work flow system that centers around patients and their health care needs.
Return on Investment
- Turnkey SolutionPhoneomena works with the medical center to install and setup the entire system. Phoneomena will work with the staff to develop and integrate existing systems such as McKesson™, Siemens™, or others...
- Do It YourselfThe current medical center staff implements the entire system themselves using the UbiMed developer toolkit. Phoneomena will provide training at additional cost upon request.
- Application Service ModelPhoneomena will implement a custom system AND host the application on secure servers. Phoneomena will provide all programming to the specifications provided. No server or IT staffing is required at the medical center.
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Built-in Document Viewer supports LCR and other medical record formats. This allows doctors quick and easy navigation through large medical records such as lab reports. Built-in Scan Image Viewer allows doctors to navigate quickly and easily through a large scan image with zoom in/out capabilities. Rich option settings allow different font sizes and preferences to be selected and saved. Fax-printing option is available on both the Document Viewer and the Scan Image Viewer.
UbiMed is built on Phoneomena's xPhoneApp™ technology. xPhoneApp allows developers to rapidly and easily create reliable mobile applications without having to learn or keep up with changing technologies such as J2ME or Windows Mobile. Web developers use their existing skill set to develop sophisticated mobile applications for deployment on phones and PDA platforms. Using standard web technologies such as HTTP and XML, applications are written, tested, and deployed in hours or days instead of weeks or months.