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Trice Imaging, Inc expands reach by adding National Ultrasound as a North American distributor

Del Mar, CA- April 19th, 2016 National Ultrasound a leading provider of new and used ultrasound equipment and Trice Imaging, Inc., a leader in mobile medical imaging announced the formation of a new distribution relationship. National Ultrasound has hit INC 5000 as a fastest growing company seven consecutive years serving the medical imaging marketplace.

Trice Imaging makes it easy and simple for medical professionals and patients to instantly access medical images from anywhere. The Tricefy™ platform includes the ability to manage images in the cloud, instantly collaborate with colleagues, share images with patients, interface with Health Record systems, and finally, send encrypted data from portable imaging systems through mobile devices to any communication device such as cell phones, tablets and computers within seconds.

The partnership between Trice and National Ultrasound is a non-exclusive distribution for North America that targets all ultrasound segments including women’s health, cardiology and general imaging.
“We are excited about this collaborative effort with Trice Imaging. One of the greatest challenges facing our customers is connectivity of their ultrasound device. Our partnership with Trice Imaging introduces The Ultrasound Cloud- powered by Tricefy to our customer base and solves this problem by easily archiving, sharing and connecting ultrasound images to the EMR in an affordable and HIPAA compliant manner. – said Joe Williams, CEO, National Ultrasound

“I am thrilled at having the opportunity to work with National Ultrasound to help deliver our products and services. Their team brings years of industry experience dealing with various clinical specialties and depth on product from all major manufacturers of ultrasound. Connectivity, compliance and integration with the EMR remain areas that ultrasound needs to improve on. Nationals reach and experience combined with Trice Imaging’s consumer simple, but enterprise secure cloud platform for ultrasound will provide extensive value for our joint customers. We look forward to the success of this partnership and its inevitable growth in the years ahead.” – said Aamir Siddiqi, GM North America and Emerging Markets, Trice Imaging

 

Contact:

Joe Williams, CEO, National Ultrasound, Inc., USA,+1.770.551.8797, jwilliams@nationalultrasound.com

Asa Nordgren, CEO, Trice Imaging, Inc., USA, +1.858.225.9190, asa@triceimaging.com

About Trice Imaging

Trice Imaging, Inc. is a privately owned company at the intersection of wireless technology and healthcare. Trice mobilizes medical images by sending them from any imaging modality to any mobile device. Physicians receive remote access to images and reports, cost efficient storage, and the ability to collaborate with other physicians. Patients receive high-quality medical images that they can print, store, publish, and send to family and friends or to doctors for a second opinion. Trice Imaging’s award winning, patented technology is a value added service to any medical imaging system or diagnostic software. Trice Imaging is headquartered in San Diego, California and has offices in Stockholm, Sweden. For more information, visit us at www.triceimaging.com

 

About National Ultrasound

National Ultrasound, Inc., founded in 2003 has focused on a single product category: new and used ultrasound systems, parts and probes. They are a company of technicians with more than 250 years of collective experience working with equipment. National’s primary line of business as a nation wide distributor for GE Healthcare continues to accelerate their growth. . Their focus on being the best and most knowledgeable in a single industry has led to their position as the #1 dedicated ultrasound supplier in the United States and allows them to provide the best equipment and service to the physician’s marketplace. For more information visit National Ultrasound at www.nationalultrasound.com

 

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