Konica Minolta Chooses SnapMD
Telemedicine technology innovator SnapMD announced today with Konica Minolta that its Virtual Care Management (VCM) telemedicine system has been selected by Konica Minolta’s Business Innovation Center (BIC) division as the company’s platform for its telemedicine initiative. Konica Minolta’s BIC has served healthcare providers for over 30 years, delivering quality diagnostic imaging, healthcare IT, and office automation.
Vice President of Konica Minolta’s Business Innovation Center in North America, Ekta Sahasi stated today, “We are looking for unique and differentiated healthcare solutions at the point-of-care. Our initial focus is telemedicine, where we are working with SnapMD because of their well-designed business model and their exceptional, easy to use platform. As the Konica Minolta BIC expands beyond telemedicine, we will be working with more digital health companies to drive an integrated solution set that will deliver superior value to our customers and the patients. We expect to drive rich ecosystem partnerships, investments, and potential acquisitions to accelerate our efforts.”
Dave Skibinski, President and CEO of SnapMD noted, “The growth of telehealth services is expanding and will accelerate in 2016 as healthcare providers utilize telemedicine technologies as a new way to expand access to convenient and high-quality care across their service lines. We are proud to have been selected as the telemedicine technology partner by Konica Minolta’s Business Innovation Center. Empowered by their outstanding reputation in the healthcare market, we will jointly be able to assist customers in meeting the emerging needs of today’s healthcare consumer.”