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August 29, 2017: Telemedicine Solution Improves Health Outcomes by Connecting Remote Patients With Specialists
Since its beginning in 2013, Lexington, Massachusetts–based swyMed has been working to expand telemedicine care to places where it was previously unavailable. Its commitment to creating reliable and easy-to-use solutions has made swyMed a leader in the mobile video-based healthcare industry. Read More.

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July 24, 2017: Healthcare Poised to Deliver on mHealth Promises of Google Glass
With Trinity Health, that idea may be as a mobile clinical assistant for home health workers. The health system is partnering with swyMed, a developer of video visit technologies, to test the smartglasses in home visits by Loyola University Health System practitioners in Maywood, Ill. Read more. 

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July 21, 2017: Trinity Health to Test Glass Enterprise Edition for Advancing Tablet-Free Virtual Care
The technology combines home visits by secondary caregivers with Glass and the video technologies of swyMed, a provider of video telemedicine technologies. Read more. 

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July 20, 2017: Trinity Health to Test Google Glass for Tablet-Free Virtual Care
This week, Trinity Health announced that they will soon be testing the capabilities of an initiative that combines home visits by secondary caregivers with the innovative internet capabilities of Google Glass, and the advanced video technologies of swyMed, a provider of video telemedicine technologies. Read more. 

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July 20, 2017: Health IT roundup—Trinity Health, Loyola U look at Google Glass
Using the internet capabilities of Glass Enterprise Edition and video technology from swyMed, a Trinity health simulation will explore how to boost access to a shrinking pool of primary care physicians and make care more patient-centered. Read more. 

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July 19, 2017: In ‘New Chapter,’ Google’s Glass Pivots Toward Healthcare and Other Industries
Livonia, Michigan-based Trinity Health announced July 18 that it would test Glass EE in a new an initiative that pairs the tool with video technologies developed by swyMed. Read more. 

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July 19, 2017: Trinity Health to Begin High-Tech Clinical Simulation
Trinity Health will soon be testing an initiative at its Loyola University Health System that combines home visits by secondary caregivers with technology from Google Glass Enterprise Edition and swyMed. Read more. 

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July 18, 2017: Google Glass Upgrades to Business Class, With Enterprise Edition
The Glass project is now based at Alphabet X, a unit of Google’s parent company, Alphabet. Alphabet is now inviting businesses to adopt the technology for uses such as hands-free training, manufacturing, and healthcare. Read more. 

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July 18, 2017: swyMed Steps Up to Deliver Hands-Free Telemedicine for Patients and Providers
It’s another pioneering effort from swyMed. The company announced today that as a Glass Partner, it is deploying its telemedicine solution on Glass Enterprise Edition to deliver hands-free, remote evaluations of patients from anywhere in real time. Read more. 

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July 18, 2017: swyMed Uses Glass Enterprise Edition to Deliver Hands-Free Telemedicine for Patients and Providers Anytime, Anywhere
swyMed announced today that as a Glass Partner, it is deploying its industry-leading video telemedicine solution on Glass Enterprise Edition to deliver hands-free, remote evaluations of patients from anywhere in real time. Read more. 

 

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July 18, 2017: Trinity Health to Test Glass Enterprise Edition’s Potential for Advancing Supported, Tablet-Free Virtual Care
Trinity Health will soon be testing the capabilities of an initiative that combines home visits by secondary caregivers with the innovative internet capabilities of Glass Enterprise Edition (Glass), and the advanced video technologies of swyMed, a provider of video telemedicine technologies. Read more.

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June 26, 2017: Telemedicine Adoption and the Connectivity Challenge
Telemedicine allows patients and doctors to connect over a distance. The industry has been growing tremendously, with the U.S. market valued at $4.9 billion in 2015 and projected to reach $6.7 billion in 2020. Others estimate the sector is significantly larger, depending on which technologies are included and how much of the infrastructure and staffing/services are included in the definition of telehealth, but the one constant is the trend of explosive growth. Read more. 

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June 6, 2017: Norm Volsky Interviews Evie Jennes, President & Chief Commercial Officer, swyMed
Norm Volsky, Director of Mobile HIT at DRI recently had the chance to interview Evie Jennes, President & Chief Commercial Officer, swyMed. Evie shared information about swyMed, their latest solutions, her career, and insights into the telemedicine industry. Read more. 


June 3, 2017: 5 Recent Vendor Contracts, Go-Lives
Cooperstown, N.Y.-based Bassett Healthcare Network will implement video telemedicine at 15 school-based health centers through a partnership with swyMed. Read more.

May 27, 2017: NY Health Network Taps swyMed for Telemedicine
Cooperstown, N.Y.-based Bassett Healthcare Network will implement video telemedicine at 15 school-based health centers through a partnership with swyMed. Read more.

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May 18, 2017: Telehealth Program Brings Video Consults to Rural NY Schools
Bassett Healthcare Network has acquired a new telehealth platform, swyMed, to connect with 15 school-based health centers (SBHC) to bring telehealth to students in rural New York state. Read more. 

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May 16, 2017: swyMed Partners with Bassett Healthcare Network to Provide Highly Reliable Video Telemedicine Technology for Its School-Based Health Centers
swyMed, a provider of exceptional-quality video telemedicine solutions, and Bassett Healthcare Network today announced that they have joined forces to allow for highly reliable video telemedicine encounters within Bassett Healthcare’s 15 School-Based Health Centers (SBHC). Read more.

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May 16, 2017: swyMed Partners with Bassett Healthcare Network to Provide Highly Reliable Video Telemedicine Technology for its School-Based Health Centers
swyMed and Bassett Healthcare Network have announced that they have joined forces to allow for highly reliable video telemedicine encounters within Bassett Healthcare’s 15 School-Based Health Centers (SBHC). Read more. 

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May 7, 2017: swyMed Receives Patent
The USPTO has issued a patent to swyMed to enable real-time video telemedicine to be used at anytime and anywhere in the world. A barrier within the telemedicine market today is that it is necessary for bandwidth to reliably conduct video encounters for real-time telemedicine outside of the hospital or clinic. Read more. 

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May 4, 2017: swyMed Scores New Patent For Real-Time Video Telemedicine Solutions
swyMed, a provider of video telemedicine solutions, announced on Thursday the issuance by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) of a patent that covers the company’s proprietary data transport protocol. Read more.  

March 30, 2017: Tips for Giving Your Organization a Telehealth Checkup
With so many advances in telehealth technology, HMT asked a roundtable of relevant providers about their new technologies and costs as well as integration with EHRs and the billing process. Read more.

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March 8, 2017: Treating Patients in Remote Areas
The company swyMed just introduced the DOT Telemedicine Backpack at HIMSS 17 held in Orlando from February 19th to 23rd. The backpack enables connectivity for real-time mobile video consultations from any location to even the most remote area or even on the go. Read more. 

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February 23, 2017: Telemedicine Backpack Gives Providers a New Mobile Health Tool
EMS providers in the rugged mountains of western North Carolina will soon be using a telemedicine backpack to help hard-to-reach residents with health issues. And the EMS director says it won’t take long for that backpack to pay for itself. Read more.

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February 20, 2017: Morning Break – Health news and commentary from around the Web, gathered by the MedPage Today staff
A portable backpack made by swyMed of Lexington, Mass., can link patients and doctors “whether they are at home, in an ambulance, or in a hard to reach location” for telemedicine without bounds.  Read more.

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February 17, 2017: DOT Telemedicine Backpack, an All-in-One Solution Brings Remote Doctors Anywhere
A company called swyMed out of Lexington, Massachusetts is releasing a portable telemedicine solution designed to link patients with doctors, whether they are at home, in an ambulance, or in a hard to reach location. The plug-and-play solution can be quickly deployed to begin a consultation, particularly important in emergency scenarios. Read more. 

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February 16, 2017: swyMed launches telemedicine backpack
Video telemedicine company swyMed has launched the DOT Telemedicine Backpack that enables field care providers to conduct real-time video consultations with physicians in remote areas or on-the-go. Read more.

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February 16, 2017: DOT Telemedicine Backpack 
swyMed takes telemedicine to a new frontier with a plug-and-play backpack that for the first time enables real-time video telemedicine in truly mobile environments. The swyMed DOT Telemedicine Backpack gives mobile care providers the ability to connect to doctors for real-time video medicine anywhere, any time. Read more. 

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February 15, 2017: Swymed backback aims at bringing telemedicine to low connectivity areas
Telemedicine potentially offers care anywhere at any time, but in many areas there is little still or no connectivity or reception. This is even the case for many (rural) areas in the US. In order to bring the promise of telemedicine to these areas, Massachussets-based SwyMed has recently unveiled its DOT Telemedicine Backpack. The idea: to let a medical professional bring his or her own connectivity.  Read more. 

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February 15, 2017: swyMed Debuts DOT Telemedicine Backpack 
mHealthWatch learned this week that swyMed — provider of high quality video telemedicine solutions — has just unveiled the DOT Telemedicine Backpack. It is the first lightweight, mobile telemedicine solution that enables field care providers to conduct high quality, reliable, real-time video consults with physicians to treat patients even in the most remote areas or on the go. Read more. 

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February 14, 2017: Telemedicine backpack helps bring doctor’s care to low connectivity areas
The promise of telemedicine is ‘care anywhere’, but what happens when ‘anywhere’ is an area with little to no connectivity or reception? Lexington, Massachussets-based SwyMed is looking to tackle that conundrum with its DOT Telemedicine Backpack, unveiled today in advance of the HIMSS Annual Conference in Orlando next month. Read more. 

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February 14, 2017: swyMed unveils portable telemedicine equipment kit for providers
Lexington, Mass.-based swyMed, a video telemedicine solution provider, has rolled out its DOT Telemedicine Backpack. Read more. 

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January 31, 2017: Video medicine platform swyMed announces formation of Scientific Advisory Board
swyMed, a provider of exceptional-quality video telemedicine solutions, announced the creation of its Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) with four key appointments: Lester Wold, M.D.; James McCarthy, M.D.; Ronald Merrell, M.D.; and Noah Rosen, M.D. Read more. 

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February 1, 2017: swyMed Forms Scientific Advisory Board
swyMed, a provider of video telemedicine solutions, announced this week the creation of its Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). The board features four key appointments: Lester Wold, M.D.; James McCarthy, M.D.; Ronald Merrell, M.D.; and Noah Rosen, M.D. Read more.


January 31, 2017: Disruptive healthcare companies to watch in 2017
Healthcare is ripe with opportunity for investors and entrepreneurs. Mobile health, sophisticated consumer expectations, data transparency and preference for on-demand services at a flat fee have ushered in a class of companies that resist the status quo. Read more.


January 31, 2017: Telemedicine company swyMed forms scientific advisory board
SwyMed, a provider of video telemedicine solutions, has created a scientific advisory board.The board will advise the telemedicine-focused company on most valuable applications for swyMed’s mobile solutions. Read more.

January 26, 2017: VCU Health tests telehealth for shortening time to treatment for stroke patients
We hear a lot about how retailers are trying hard to bridge the online and in-store experience for customers, but have you thought about how this concept can help patients in healthcare? VCU Health, for example, is a forward thinking hospital that is looking outside the hospital walls for how to create a better experience and outcome for stroke patients before they even reach the ER. Read more.