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CompuMed, Inc. Announces Statewide Contract to Provide Remote ECG Screening.

Wexford Health Sources Has Selected CompuMed's CardioGram cardiogram /car·dio·gram/ (kahr´de-o-gram?) a tracing of a cardiac event made by cardiography.

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 ECG ECG electrocardiogram.

1. electrocardiogram

2. electrocardiograph

Also called an electrocardiogram, it records the electrical activity of the heart.
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Wexford Health Sources Has Selected CompuMed's CardioGram ECG Terminals and Service for West Virginia Division of Corrections Contract

CompuMed, Inc. (OTCBB OTCBB

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n the field of information science concerned with the analysis and dissemination of medical data through the application of computers to various aspects of health care and medicine.
 company serving the healthcare community with diagnostic software solutions -- today announced that it has won a statewide contract in conjunction with Wexford Health Sources, Inc. to provide tele-cardiology services in the form of electrocardiogram electrocardiogram /elec·tro·car·dio·gram/ (-kahr´de-o-gram?) a graphic tracing of the variations in electrical potential caused by the excitation of the heart muscle and detected at the body surface.  (ECG) remote interpretation systems and cardiologist overread services to the West Virginia Division of Corrections. The statewide contract is to provide services to the eight major prison locations in West Virginia housing a total of over 4,000 inmates.

Under the terms of the contract, CompuMed's CardioGram system will be used to perform remote cardiac screening for detainees at the state's correctional facilities. Board certified board certified,
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 cardiologists will perform overreads on all abnormal tests. CompuMed is a preferred value-added partner of Wexford Health Sources and currently has two other state-wide contracts to provide tele-cardiology services. Based in Pittsburgh, Wexford provides comprehensive healthcare services for correctional system clients nationwide.

"We are very pleased to support Wexford's efforts in delivering high quality care to its correctional customers," said Maurizio Vecchione, CompuMed's CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. . "We believe that the CardioGram contributes to reducing health care costs for providers via remote cardiac screening at the point-of-care, while maintaining a high quality of care standard."

CompuMed's traditional core business is providing remote ECG interpretation services to medical facilities that may not have access to trained physicians qualified to interpret ECG results. Customers for the Company's CardioGram system are typically correctional facilities, ambulatory surgery centers, occupational health clinics, rural health facilities and physicians' offices. The system reduces healthcare costs significantly by providing remote cardiac screening at the point-of-care. One of the CardioGram's many advantages is an optional feature that automatically sends ECG results to a trained cardiologist for an overread when the results are abnormal.

About CompuMed:

CompuMed, Inc. (OTCBB: CMPD) develops and markets products and services that use advanced imaging and medical informatics to provide analysis and remote monitoring in connection with cardiovascular and musculoskeletal musculoskeletal /mus·cu·lo·skel·e·tal/ (-skel´e-t'l) pertaining to or comprising the skeleton and muscles.

Relating to or involving the muscles and the skeleton.
 diseases. CompuMed has specialized expertise and intellectual properties in telemonitoring imaging and analysis designed to improve healthcare provider workflow and patient care, while reducing costs. CompuMed's core products, the OsteoGram[R] and CardioGram(TM), are cleared by the FDA FDA
Food and Drug Administration

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FDA, the abbreviation for the Food and Drug Administration.
 and reimbursable by Medicare. The OsteoGram is a non-invasive and simple diagnostic system that has been proven by many clinical studies to be an effective and accurate bone density measurement in connection with screening for osteoporosis and assessing hip fracture hip fracture Orthopedic surgery A femoral fracture which affects 1/6 white ♀–US during life Epidemiology 250,000/yr–US Specifics Proximal femur; 90+% femoral neck, intertrochanteric; 5-10% are subtrochanteric Risk factors Tall, thin ♀,  risk. The OsteoGram has significant cost advantages over other technologies in the marketplace. The CardioGram system is one of the first telecommunication networks designed to remotely interpret electrocardiograms and is used by private practice, as well as government and corporate healthcare providers nationwide. The CardioGram delivers online electrocardiogram interpretations within minutes of receipt and has the additional capability of automatically providing an over-read (i.e., follow-up review) by a cardiologist. CompuMed is headquartered in Los Angeles and distributes its products worldwide both directly and through OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) The rebranding of equipment and selling it. The term initially referred to the company that made the products (the "original" manufacturer), but eventually became widely used to refer to the organization that buys the products and  partners. Visit CompuMed on-line at

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