Make sure to stop by the OneMedNet booth at RSNA this year to learn about current trends in medical image exchange and how that can impact patients, providers and healthcare organizations. RSNA 2015 occurs every [...]
BEAM 5.0 Released - BEAM has a new user interface, along with HTML email notifications, SMS notification, BEAM Me enhancements, and BEAM Remote Intelligent Routing advanced capabilities. Many of these new features and improvements are a [...]
ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, OneMedNet Corporation is launching the BEAM™ Women’s Health Image Exchange service. This low-cost service enables breast imaging centers and radiology departments to quickly transfer a patient’s mammograms to [...]
Courtesy of Healtchare Executive Insight. In 2009, the Hawaii State Department of Health began working with the state's hospitals to enhance their capacity to handle patients with traumatic injuries, says Linda Rosen, MD, chief of [...]
Seattle, WA (September 29, 2013) – OneMedNet Corporation is the provider of BEAM™, an industry-leading network for rapid, HIPAA compliant sharing of medical images. The BEAM network is a simple, secure way to provide medical [...]
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