mymedicalimages.com Offers AAOS Members Access to a New Era of Image Sharing
Image-sharing Platform Joins American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons Member Advantage Program
Boca Raton, Fla. (March 22, 2021)—mymedicalimages.com is proud to join the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) Member Advantage Program, an exclusive AAOS member-only program that offers a wide range of discounts and member savings on the most reliable and relevant products and services. As a program partner, mymedicalimages makes it one step easier for orthopaedic surgeons across the country to access a simple and secure method for sharing medical images.
“This partnership is win-win for all,” said Dan Hodgeman, CEO and founder of mymedicalimages.com. “Backed by decades of orthopaedics and imaging experience, we couldn’t be more excited to help enhance the physician-patient relationship. Especially now, in the growing world of telemedicine and second opinions. mymedicalimages is simply a better way to get images from patients.”
With mymedicalimages, physicians and patients can instantly receive or share medical images (DICOM). Free to physicians, patients can upload medical images by clicking a simple mymedicalimages “Uploader Button” placed onto the practice webpage. There, patients upload their medical images directly into the provider account where the files can be quickly viewed or transferred to their PACS digital imaging system.
According to New York orthopaedic surgeon David Helfet, MD, FAAOS, this new technology brings a long overdue solution to many problems. “It’s common for us (surgeons) to receive requests from colleagues to provide an opinion on a case, only to receive a low-quality photo via an unsecured email or text. Even worse, new patients will often mail or bring in their images on CDs that we cannot open. By using mymedicalimages, I can see the images, reports, and notes within seconds, and at no cost.”
“We are excited to welcome mymedicalimages to the AAOS Member Advantage Program,” said Ben Harkinson, vice president, AAOS Commercial Solutions. “Together with our partners, we strive to offer value-added solutions to support AAOS Members. With turnkey access to reputable products and services, orthopaedic surgeons can find relevant resources that support their needs.”
To get started, go to mymedicalimages.com/aaos, AAOS members can click “sign up”, then choose “Health Care / Physician.” Contact mymedicalimages to install the “Uploader Button” with your website administrator. AAOS members will be provided a special code for Member Advantage benefits.
Founded in 2017, mymedicalimages.com brings a simple solution to how medical images are shared and viewed. Through HIPAA compliant text, email links and QR codes, images can be securely shared for review during consults, second opinions, and virtual care. Designed to change the industry as we know it, mymedicalimages is dedicated to empowering patients and enabling doctors.
About the AAOS
With more than 39,000 members, AAOS is the world’s largest medical association of musculoskeletal specialists. The AAOS is the trusted leader in advancing musculoskeletal health. It provides the highest quality, most comprehensive education to help orthopaedic surgeons and allied health professionals at every career level best treat patients in their daily practices. The AAOS is the source for information on bone and joint conditions, treatments and related musculoskeletal health care issues, and it leads the health care discussion on advancing quality. Follow the AAOS on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.
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