Collaboration gives new ways to access and provide care and second opinions through telehealth and video consultations

Advanced Data Systems (ADS) and Collaborative Medical Technology (CMTC) are proud to announce their upcoming platform allowing doctors, their practices, and their patients to securely access, share and communicate relevant clinical information including radiology files, instantly in a revolutionary easy to use manner.

Powered by CMTC's Physician Collaboration Platform and integrated with ADS' electronic health records (EHR) system, a cloud-based suite of applications will be created that includes:

  • Telehealth giving patients quick access to required medical attention through convenient features such as video conferencing and messaging
  • File Sharing facilitating collaborative medicine and the second opinion process through HIPAA-compliant document sharing software, for referring to other healthcare professionals whether in the ADS system or not

"We listened to our clients and are creating a care model that represents the future of healthcare technology, with a specific focus on patient-centric and collaborative care," said David Barzillai, President of ADS. He added, "The combination of consumer demand, a shortage of primary care physicians, and a reduction in reimbursements are all moving our industry toward telehealth.  We will be delivering tomorrow's healthcare integrating our comprehensive EHR and CMTC's collaboration technology.  The power of this integration represents a significant step toward ensuring continuity and delivery of care to patients, literally into their places of residence."

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