Startup launches app to enable patients to store, share medical images

NexGenic has launched its ImageInbox app for Android and Apple smartphones or tablets. The app enables patients to store medical images and to deliver them to future healthcare providers. Currently, it can be tough for patients to enable sharing of all their relevant medical images with their full retinue of healthcare providers. Such an app could more easily enable medical image sharing, but it also places the burden for storage and transmission of these images squarely upon the shoulders of patients. The HIPAA-compliant ImageInbox is free for download and includes up to 25 monthly exchanges of images between providers and patient. The images move directly between users, without the need for third-party storage or security. Release

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