() said it won its first contract with a private company for its Bleepa clinical communication technology.
The contract is with the equine branch of the CVS veterinary group, covering 20 surgeries. No financial details were given.
It follows a successful pilot of the platform and demonstrates Bleepa’s value in new markets, the company said.
Managing Director Tom Oakley added, “CVS is an important partner for Feedback and we are delighted to be officially working with them now.
“Their validation of our technology and expertise demonstrates Bleepa’s flexibility in new markets.
“By purchasing Bleepa, CVS has demonstrated a real commitment to empowering its veterinarians by connecting them with fellow point-of-care specialists, ultimately resulting in excellent animal care at the touch of a button, anywhere in the world. world. “
Reviews describe Bleepa as a revolutionary medical imaging communication application that enables remote communications between physicians, surgeons and their teams.
Importantly, this is the only CE marked medical imaging communication platform on the NHSx Clinical Communication Tools framework.
As part of the CVS pilot project, Feedback worked closely with the new client to adapt Bleepa, providing all the functionality required for the veterinary service.
Until now, vets have not been able to easily acquire x-rays in the field and share them with their colleagues.
Bleepa has developed an image sending capability that allows them to be transferred securely from the machine via a cellular network to the company’s platform.