image32 is a revolutionary, HIPAA compliant platform that allows you to store your medical images on the cloud. Both medical professionals and patients can access over 500 million procedures at the touch of a button. All of the images are encrypted and secured safely on the cloud. The software generates an audit trail which provides valuable information to FDA related drug and device companies as well as health organizations. image32 is the only platform on the market that has a global infrastructure, allows real time conferencing, is HTML5 compatible, and can optimize for low bandwidths.
Patients now have the ability to store and share their images in a way they never have before. This allows them to more easily obtain second opinions and expert reviews from other doctors as well as learn about their exposure to radiation.
Doctors experience a more smooth, streamlined process as they no longer need to search through hundreds of CDs. image32 also allows them to collaborate in real-time conferences and get reviews from other colleagues. Most importantly - they can earn more money from new referrals and second opinions from patients.
Currently, the 10,000+ users in over 20 countries have uploaded an aggregate of 300,000 images. There are 60 paying customers, and the company continues to rapidly grow.
The image32 founding team is made up of "Doctor, Designer, Developer".
The Doctor: Alexander Flint is a neurointensivist in Redwood City, CA. Alex deals with medical images daily in his ICU. When patients come in from other institutions, their images come on CD, or not at all. The CDs often don't work, leading to unnecessary repeat imaging, and wasted time. Alex began building image32 and enlisted the help of his friend Bob Pellican, a UX Designer (we make software easy to use).
The Designer: Bob had previously lead UX Design at two successful SaaS enterprise software companies: SuccessFactors and C3 Energy. When Bob saw the software that Alex uses daily, he saw the opportunity to bring great user experience to healthcare, and disrupt this sleeping giant that is medical software. Bob enlisted the help of the best engineer he had worked with during his years in enterprise software.
The Developer: Wencheng Li is a software architect and all around product expert who first worked with Bob 14 years ago at designworks in San Jose. Since then, Wencheng went on to develop a video genome search product and a front-end framework at Orange Labs, before joining Bob and Alex at image32.
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