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Updated: July 8th, 2008 05:26 PM CDT

Trestle, iPro Pick Up Provider Contracts

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Trestle, iPro Pick Up Provider Contracts
By Hank Russell

Trestle Holdings Inc., a supplier of tissue imaging and network medicine applications based in Newport Beach, CA, has secured a new contract to provide its MedMicroTM telepathology product to Bostwick Laboratories, a Richmond, VA-based private anatomic pathology reference laboratory.

According to Bostwick Laboratories, its mission is to help physicians and patients make informed treatment decisions when faced with the diagnosis of cancer and other urologic diseases by providing technical and scientific expertise. The laboratory also renders second opinions on challenging cases referred by physicians and patients from around the world. Bostwick Laboratories focuses on the diagnosis of cancer of the urologic organs with special interest in prostate cancer.

MedMicro connects Bostwick?s lab microscopes to the Internet, allowing the lab pathologists to interactively view and navigate slides from any similarly configured global location at sub-micron resolution in real time. In addition, MedMicro works with existing equipment over a standard Internet connection and supports the processes of swift analysis for patient diagnosis.

NovaRad (American Fork, UT) has partnered with iPro Incorporated, a Calhoun, GA-based healthcare technology distributor and consultant company, to market NovaPACS and the company?s RIS, archive products, servers and radiology accessories. iPro, with customers throughout the United States, will focus its efforts toward the small- to mid-sized hospitals and radiology centers in the southeastern region of the country.

Among the products iPro will represent include NovaPACS enterprise-level system; NovaRIS, a Web-based radiology information system that tracks patient information, procedures, exam status, revenues and insurance payouts; NovaWeb Server, enabling access to 16-bit DICOM Images and reports via the Internet; and a full line of workstations, computer radiology, archive management, image capturing and servers.

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