HISTORY

CMTC: A History of Innovation


Timeline

2014-2015

Introduced Value-added Reseller program to quickly grow users of Physician Collaboration Platform.

First value-added reseller deal with Advanced Data Systems, an electronic medical record with over 30,000 Healthcare professionals and millions of patients.

Massachusetts General Hospital Pediatric Intensive Care Unit successfully pilots program using Physician Collaboration Platform for remote consultation with Ecuadorian pediatricians.

Expansion of program with University of Virginia cancer center to remotely diagnose and treat high risk women in rural Virginia.

Physician Collaboration platform successfully launches move to Amazon Cloud creating easy-to-scale secure program.

2012-2013

Upgraded Physician Collaboration Platform and applications to 4.0 version including enhanced security, rapid scalability, private professional community creation & management all delivered as a cloud-based solutions suite [Platform as a Service” (PaaS)].

First international license agreement with Global Medical Consulting (GMC), a London-based global medical advisory company supporting medical tourism, second-opinion and virtual consultation.

2011-2013

Phase 1 pilot and expansion of University of Virginia’s Emilie Couric Cancer Center to complement their existing telemedicine program in conducting remote cervical cancer screenings for underserved areas of Virginia.

2011-2012

Rolled out the Physician Collaboration Platform and vConsult app linking PinnacleCare with the world’s leading doctors, specialist and hospitals.

2009-2010

Conducted pilot with PinnacleCare—a global, private health advisory company headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland.

2007

Established strategic partnership with Advanced Data Systems Corporation and relocated to Paramus, New Jersey.

2003-2004

Pilot conducted with Columbia University Hospital’s Department of Cardiac Surgery, Morristown Hospital and Intermed Medical Center (Istanbul, Turkey) and several other clinics. The pilot team included Dr. Kenneth Ford. Vice Chairman Department of Cardiac Surgery; Dr. Eric Rose, Chief of Surgery; and Dr. Mehmet Oz, Cardiac Surgeon.

2000

CMTC is founded, establishing business operations at Columbia University Medical Center’s Audubon Business & Technology Center, a 100,000 square foot, state-of-the-art research facility designed to house early stage, private research and development companies in the Life Sciences industry. 2000-2003: Joint R&D effort with Columbia University Bio-Informatics Department .


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