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Trice Imaging, Inc. announces that Dr Greggory DeVore joins the company as a medical advisor

Trice Imaging, Inc. announces that Dr Greggory DeVore joins the company as a medical advisor

San Diego, California—July 30, 2013, Trice Imaging, Inc., a leader in mobile medical imaging, announced today that the industry leader and 3 and 4D ultrasound pioneer,Dr Greggory Devore, is joining Trice Imaging, Inc. as a medical advisor.

Trice Imaging, which offers a web-based, medical image routing platform that mobilizes DICOM information from medical imaging equipment to any mobile communication device such as cell phones and tablets within seconds, has revolutionized the way medical images are being converted, shared, and stored by medical professionals and patients across six international markets.

Dr Greggory Devore joins the company in a role as Senior Technology Advisor and expert on workflows for physician to physician communication such as referrals, consultations and training.

“Dr Devore is an exceptional luminary and true doyen in our industry, known for pioneering the latest and greatest when it comes to technology. We are honored that Dr DeVore acknowledges our technology and potential as a company. Dr Devore brings a passion and insight when it comes to new technology that I have never met in this industry before.  Currently, Dr DeVore is very engaged in Trice Imaging’s development of the next generation of imaging platform, featuring real time video vieweing and colaboration features,” said Asa Nordgren, CEO of Trice Imaging.

“It is a pleasure to be a medical advisor to Trice Imaging.  I have used their product at three active clinics, putting it to the test on a daily basis.  At the present time I have transferred over 2600 images. The technology is of the highest caliber.  In less than one minute the images are transferred from the ultrasound machine to the patient’s smartphone and/or e-mail.  In addition, I have found the technology invaluable for communicating ultrasound images to referring physicians and pediatric consultants to coordinate care.” Dr Greggory DeVore, MD

Adding Dr DeVore  to the Trice Imaging team is one out of three nominations. Dr Larry Platt and Dr Alfred Abuhamad are also working as advisors for Trice Imaging. More information  on www.trice.wpengine.com/medicaladvisors.

Trice Imaging’s patented technology has won several prestigious industry awards, including a GSMA Global Mobile Award for “Best Mobile Health Innovation” in 2012, and is making huge strides in defining the future of mobile medical imaging.  Trice Imaging plans to continue its expansion into new markets in 2013.

Press Contact: Asa Nordgren, 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 Imaging mobilizes ultrasound and x-ray images by sending them from any imaging modality to any mobile device. 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. Doctors receive remote access to images, cost efficient storage, and the ability to send images to referring physicians. Trice Imaging’s award winning, patented technology is an accessory to any ultrasound system or diagnostic software. The first service based on this technology, Mobile Baby™, was launched in Scandinavia in 2009. Trice Imaging is headquartered in San Diego, California and has offices in Stockholm, Sweden.  For more information, visit us at www.trice.wpengine.com

About Dr Greggory Devore

Dr. DeVore is an expert in fetal ultrasound and has pioneered work in the identification of congenital heart defects using 2D, 3D, 4D, and color Doppler ultrasound. As a result of Dr. DeVore’s research, he has published numerous studies in the peer-reviewed medical literature describing the use of fetal echocardiography to detect fetuses with Down syndrome and other chromosomal defects. Dr. DeVore has the highest detection rate reported in the medical literature for the detection of Down syndrome using Genetic Ultrasound. Dr. DeVore’s clinical training began at Yale University where he completed an internship in Internal Medicine, followed by a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology in which he received the prestigious Meehan-Miller award. Dr. DeVore then spent an additional two years as a Fellow in Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Yale University where he was the recipient of a research grant from the Thrasher Research Fund that allowed him to do pioneering research in the ultrasound evaluation of the fetal heart. After completing his training at Yale University, Dr. DeVore joined the faculty at the University of Southern California School of Medicine where he was an Associate Professor for a number of years. After leaving the academic environment, he became a full-time consultant to assist community-based obstetricians working with difficult fetal problems. Dr. DeVore has published research findings and has authored over 100 peer-reviewed papers, contributed to over 30 textbooks of medicine, and speaks at national and international medical meetings where he is actively involved in teaching and training his colleagues. Dr. DeVore has served on the editorial boards of prestigious medical journals and is involved with assisting in the development of new ultrasound technologies for major multinational corporations. He is currently a Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA