NuPhysicia gets Canadian telemedicine patent

NuPhysicia has been granted a patent from the Canadian Intellectual Property Office for its Digital Medical Services (DMS) system, an integrated remote medical care and telemedicine method. The patent is entitled “System, Method and Program Product for Delivering Medical Services From a Remote Location.”

The University of Texas Board of Regents granted an exclusive patent license to NuPhysicia in 2007. The patent synthesises the elements of telemedicine, electronic medical records, pharmacy management systems and standardised care protocols into the DMS system, a single, unified system for healthcare.

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