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eHealthEngines launches Internet imaging service

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eHealthEngines, a subsidiary of United American eHealth Technologies, has launched an online image management service called eHealthImages. eHealthImages enables radiologists, ophthalmologists, and other image-focused clinical service providers to access

eHealthEngines, a subsidiary of United American eHealth Technologies, has launched an online image management service called eHealthImages. eHealthImages enables radiologists, ophthalmologists, and other image-focused clinical service providers to access and maintain a common electronic medical record over the Internet without the need for additional hardware or software installation. The program is based on eHealthEngines' proprietary OpenMed suite of Java-based clinical data applications and can be delivered over the Internet to existing browsers. The company claims that more than 2000 physicians at more than 70 customer sites worldwide already benefit from its OpenMed technology. eHealthEngines' strategic partners include Sun Microsystems, Data General/EMC, and Cisco Systems.

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