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PhysiTel gives software to countries in need

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PhysiTel gives software to countries in needTelemedicine software developer PhysiTel has launched a program that will provide its ChartMailer software program and other telemedicine solutions at little or no cost to groups providing medical aid

PhysiTel gives software to countries in need

Telemedicine software developer PhysiTel has launched a program that will provide its ChartMailer software program and other telemedicine solutions at little or no cost to groups providing medical aid in developing and war-torn nations. ChartMailer is the Houston, TX-based company's software program that allows users to gather clinical images, medical reports, and other data into a single electronic chart, which can then be securely encrypted and transmitted via e-mail.

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