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eTrending Enters Private Beta

04-22-2011 08:07 AM CET | Health & Medicine

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eTrending, Medical Graphical Analysis Software

eTrending, Medical Graphical Analysis Software

Canadian-based, company officially begins accepting users to test drive medical graphing tools.

BAIE D’URFE, QC, APRIL 21ST, 2011: eTrending, a software division of Quebec-based PHD Medical, has announced that their medical cloud-based graphing tool is now up and available for a private beta. Interested parties can fill out an access request form from the sign in page on the website (www.etrending.com).

eTrending provides users with a graphically rich software tool that takes raw, difficult-to-decipher data, from medical devices and transforms it into simple to understand charts, tables and graphs. It is available through the web, allowing users to upload the data from their device and to view it from any internet connected PC. The tools allow for the manipulation and dissemination of information, so that users can focus on analyzing the data, scoring it and sharing it with others. Aside from sharing information, “… the cloud-based nature of the software will allow for quick and timely updates, ensuring that all users have the most up-to-date version. eTrending.com will be a dynamic experience and will continually progress alongside medical device technology,“ says Jeremy Brouillette the EVP at PHD Medical.

The software was first developed when it was realized that there was no available web-centric product that could manage and analyze the data produced during respiratory sleep studies and nocturnal oximetry. eTrending was initially designed as an internal tool for scoring data received from pediatric sleep studies. Due to the large amount of positive feedback and recommendations, it was decided to release it under the eTrending name as an online tool.

Recently there has been a marked push in the medical community as well as in other industries to provide more ‘internet ready’ or online software. “Data is only as valuable as its ability to be shared and analyzed by groups of people,” says Jeremy. More and more medical software and applications are being developed tailored to meet this need. This allows clinicians to make diagnoses from far away, and provides doctors with the ability to monitor patients, and be notified of any significant developments even when they are away from their office. Following this premise, eTrending provides clinicians with the ability to share the information and analyze it as a team regardless of location.

This announcement is to mark the beginning of a new chapter in eTrending, as it is now officially “online” and ready for use. “Our initial focus will be on pulse oximetry as we have a strong expertise base and there are literally millions in use daily,” says Jamil Qadri, the technical lead at PHD Medical. While the core of the application is ready, the eTrending team is still working on improving usability and appearance. For this reason, access to the application is invite-only at present.

Interested parties can go to www.etrending.com and submit their details at the Private Beta Signup form, which can be found by clicking the Sign In link up at the top. A limited number of individuals will be contacted for this round in order to gather as much feedback as possible regarding ways in which the software and service can be improved.

What happens next? Once enough feedback has been provided and improvements have been made, we will open it up to a public beta. This beta would allow for any user to self register and use the eTrending tool. As eTrending moves further along, the intent is to implement various packages to meet the needs of different groups of users. We will also move to diversify eTrending to work with any device that records data and could benefit from the ability to simply score and trend the information. “The eTrending platform has been designed to receive data from almost any medical device that records data over time. We’ve got holter monitoring, blood pressure, and glucometry in our sights. “ - Jeremy Brouillette

About PHDMedical
Working closely with all elements of the healthcare system, PHD Medical designs products and services to meet the specific needs of the home diagnostic and telemedicine markets. Through technical and clinical expertise, it brings to the market complete solutions that allow for improved patient care and management. www.phdmedical.com

PHDMedical

500 Morgan Boulevard, Suite 100
Quebec, Canada
H9X 3V1

Contact Name: Jeremy Brouillette
phone: 1.514.694.0367
fax: 1.514.694.4280

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