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RDT Acquired by Philips Healthcare

Today we become: RDT a Philips Company.

We are thrilled and proud to be able to share the news today that, RDT has been wholly acquired by Philips Healthcare. We will be joining the Therapeutic Care Business Group and will become an integrated Business Unit within this group. RDT will continue to be led by Graham Murphy and based in Basingstoke, UK. We are confident this partnership will help deliver our life-saving solutions to more emergency responders and positively impact more patients around the world. Read the press release here

Press release issued 13th June 2018, 0800 CET

We are ahead of the curve with GDPR

We are ahead of the curve with GDPR

Release date 24th May 2018

GDPR may be the ‘buzz word’ right now, however, the way in which we securely capture, transmit and share sensitive data has always been at the core of our business. Our customer-focused approach means that we are well ahead of the curve when it comes to GDPR and beyond.

All Tempus devices have been designed from the core to capture and securely communicate rich medical data sets. Real-time data is recorded by the Tempus at the point of care either automatically or manually. This is always encrypted and easily shared via authenticated, highly secure channels to medical professionals and clinicians before being stored in a secure encrypted database. All data collected can be de-identified on a scheduled basis, or in response to an individual request at anytime. Patient data is processed only as necessary to protect the vital interests of the patient to enhance the accuracy of medical care and support clinical decisions.

2018 will see the launch of Corsium Suite. This will take our telemedicine capabilities to new levels, enabling unparalleled levels of data to be captured and shared. Real-time two way communication can be viewed and interacted with from any device via a secure web browser. This will deliver benefits on many levels for healthcare professionals and their patients:

Meet increasing demand

• Connect patients & clinicians for better on-scene decision making
• Reduce unnecessary conveyance
• Transport to specialised or primary care

Reduce transfer & handover times

• Key patient physiological and event data is real time
• Optimise management and reduce risk in ambulance queues
• Handover is electronic & seamless

Improve & measure quality of care

• Always get all data which is event synchronised
• Dashboards & over the air device management e.g. code data
• Drive process improvement & clinical governance

Improve workforce well-being

• Ergonomic & human factors advantages
• Building engagement across teams – feeling listened to
• Empowerment & support with clinical decision making

For more information please contact our team to be put in contact with a local representative.

About Remote Diagnostic Technologies Ltd:

RDT is a fast growing and customer focused, high-technology medical device business. We specialise in the design, manufacture, sales, marketing and worldwide distribution of best-in-class monitoring and resuscitation solutions. RDT are acutely focused on the prehospital market and continuously innovate to evolve our technologies, offering our customers unparalleled capabilities. Data & communications is core to all we do. With success success on a global scale, we serve an International customer base – driven and supported by a team of ~100. Founded in 1997, RDT is based in Basingstoke, Hampshire.

www.rdtltd.com

Committed to transforming the delivery of pre-hospital care and improving patient outcomes

Harnessing 20+ years of innovation to exceed expectations

With our success in military and commercial critical care RDT has experienced exceptional growth to become the international operation it is today. Most recently we entered the competitive emergency services market with state-of-the-art solutions for the NHS emergency frontline to alleviate pressures faced by an already overburdened workforce.

In this interview with Kathryn Reilly of MedTech Engine, Graham Murphy talks about how RDT’s continuous innovation and focus on empowering decision makers through data-sharing has driven our success and growth in challenging markets.

Read the full interview here: MedTech Engine

Release date 20th February 2018

About Remote Diagnostic Technologies Ltd:

RDT is a fast growing and customer focused, high-technology medical device business. We specialise in the design, manufacture, sales, marketing and worldwide distribution of best-in-class monitoring and resuscitation solutions. RDT are acutely focused on the prehospital market and continuously innovate to evolve our technologies, offering our customers unparalleled capabilities. Data & communications is core to all we do. With success success on a global scale, we serve an International customer base – driven and supported by a team of ~100. Founded in 1997, RDT is based in Basingstoke, Hampshire.

www.rdtltd.com

RDT announces 510(k) FDA Clearance for Tempus Technology

RDT announces 510(k) FDA Clearance for Tempus Technology

Release date 23rd January 2018

Remote Diagnostic Technologies (RDT) are pleased to announce that we have received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the integrated printer configuration of the Tempus Pro. This configuration of Tempus Pro enables a user to print medical records such as ECG strips on-demand.

Tempus Pro is rapidly becoming the monitor of choice for many NATO militaries around the globe. This configuration of the device is another example of RDT’s progress and commitment to continuously innovate and offer best-in-class technology for prehospital care.

RDT’s success story is set to continue. In the past 4 years, the business has trebled in size. In the past 2 years, it has doubled. Revenue is up 60% in the past year. Business is set to double again in the next 2 years.

About Remote Diagnostic Technologies Ltd:

RDT is a fast growing and customer focused, high-technology medical device business. We specialise in the design, manufacture, sales, marketing and worldwide distribution of best-in-class monitoring and resuscitation solutions. RDT are acutely focused on the prehospital market and continuously innovate to evolve our technologies, offering our customers unparalleled capabilities. Data & communications is core to all we do. With success success on a global scale, we serve an International customer base – driven and supported by a team of ~100. Founded in 1997, RDT is based in Basingstoke, Hampshire.

www.rdtltd.com

Tempus Pro used for latest Astronaut Recovery

Astronaut Paolo Nespoli’s recovery monitored with Tempus Pro

Release date 15th December 2017

As part of RDT’s collaboration within the ARTES Integrated Applications Programme of the European Space Agency, our Tempus technology has been used during their latest Astronaut recovery, in extremely harsh conditions. Space travel can place enormous pressure on the body and accurate monitoring of vital signs is fundamental during re-acclimatisation once back on earth.

Following copy courtesy of ESA – Stephane Corvaja, 2017*

ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli and his colleagues Randy Bresnik of NASA and Sergei Ryazansky of Roscosmos returned to Earth from the International Space Station on 14 December in their Soyuz MS-05 spacecraft landing at 08:37 GMT.

The ride home from the International Space Station saw the trio brake from 28 800 km/h to a standstill at touchdown in barely three hours.

Paolo completed more than 60 experiments during his ‘VITA’ mission, which stands for Vitality, Innovation, Technology and Ability.

His body was itself an arena for research: his eyes, headaches, sleeping patterns and eating habits were monitored to learn more about how humans adapt to life in space. Temperature recordings, muscle exercises and plenty of blood and saliva samples will add to the picture and prepare humans for missions further from Earth.

*Source: http://www.esa.int/spaceinimages/Images/2017/12/Paolo_Nespoli_back_on_Earth4

Telemedicine Workshops Compositeworks, La Ciotat

TELEMEDICINE WORKSHOPS: Compositeworks, La Ciotat

On the 29th – 30th November 2017, RDT will be partnering with MedAire to deliver 2 workshops hihglighting the importance of telemedicine and trusted medical support during medical emergencies at sea:

Timeline for Survival – 09:30 – 11:30am, 29th November

Our trusted partner MedAire, will be providing insight into the reality of delivering assistance services to the yachting industry in a medical emergency. With years of experience in the field and thousands of real incidents to help illustrate their points, this workshop will provide an understanding of when and why you should call for advice and support, and what to expect when you do. Through understanding the processes and procedures captains and crew are much better placed to make the decisions that they will need to on the ground in an emergency. These can be decisions of life and death in some scenarios. An honest assessment of the capabilities of emergency services at sea often informs decisions around the level of resources and training available in the medical context onboard. Book your place HERE.

Dealing with Cardiopulmonary Disorders including Heart Attacks and Strokes – 09:30 – 11:30am, 30th November

The scope of cardiopulmonary disorders is broad. One end of the scale would cover somebody with high blood pressure and at the other end of the scale there are those with the real possibility of a cardiac arrest happening on board. It is very common for guests and owners to be somewhere on this scale. Certainly these days there are many older people that are on medication for hypertension (chronic high blood pressure), have had minor heart surgery or have suffered ‘mini’ strokes. It is essential that crew know the signs and symptoms involved with these conditions, as well as appropriate care and emergency responses. Experts from MedAire and RDT will cover all aspects of this important topic including lots of real life examples, as well as fictional onboard scenarios, using live data collected by the Tempus IC2, demonstrating the importance of vital signs and careful monitoring of the casualty. Book your place HERE.

 

 

RDT PARTNERSHIP IN ACTION: A ROUND UP OF MEDICA AND METS 

RDT Partnership in Action: A round up of MEDICA & METS

How we operate has enabled us to build a strong team foundation and culture.  We are lucky to have built excellent relationships with customers, partners and suppliers.  This means that we are able to collaborate with them in business as well as at Conferences. This week is one example.

From the 14th – 16th November our Tempus IC Maritime team were at METS in Amsterdam with MedAire in the Superyacht Pavilion. We supported them showcasing the future of onboard medical services.  On Tuesday, 14 November, MedAire were part of the panel discussion, “Navigating outside Western Yachting”.  We had some great conversations with potential and existing clients about the role Telemedicine plays in safeguarding the health and well-being of crew and passengers.

For the whole of this week our Tempus Pro and Tempus ALS teams were in Dusseldorf at Medica. We had an exceptional week with customers from Military and Civilian emergency markets from around the globe, all incredibly impressed with the Tempus ALS monitor/defibrillator and our new Software platform – Corsium Suite. We were able to demonstrate how empowered by data, this gives the most reliable, flexible and simple system possible. It also further strengthened our partnership with our Dutch team, QRS who were all fantastic! They held a large number of key meetings with potential customers throughout each day.

We also had Alistair Grant, our Director of Military Sales presenting at DiMiMED – International Conference on Disaster and Military Medicine which is a key part of Medica. He talked about how our Tempus technology and Corsium Suite supports “the now and future” of Military Medicine. His presentation was extremely well received by all, especially in relation to advanced data and communications capabilities.

This successful week stands testament to the team spirit and customer focus of RDT.

Here is another a few shots from the week.

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Media contact information:

For additional information and for an opportunity to interview our spokespeople please contact:
Stuart Etherington setherington@saycomms.co.uk
or
Becky Wright bwright@saycomms.co.uk

Notes to Editors

About Remote Diagnostic Technologies Ltd:
Remote Diagnostic Technologies (RDT) is a medical device company which specialises in the design, manufacture, sales, marketing and worldwide distribution of remote monitoring and resuscitation solutions for pre-hospital and critical care services. Founded in 1997, RDT is based in Basingstoke, Hampshire and serves an International customer base.
www.rdtltd.com

RDT’s TEMPUS Pro used by the European Space Agency

RDT’s Tempus Proused at an astronaut landing

Remote Diagnostics Technologies (RDT), the high-tech medical device business focused on vital signs monitoring and telemedicine in the pre-hospital care space, is delighted to report that the Space Medicine Office of the European Space Agency (ESA) recently performed an operational evaluation of the Company’s Tempus Pro Monitor (Tempus Pro) during French Astronaut, Thomas Pesquet’s, flight and landing aboard a Soyuz 49S spacecraft as he returned from a six month stay on the International Space Station.

ESA performed a number of tests on the Tempus Pro as it transmitted real-time medical data including patient vitals, medical events and medications administered, as well as ultrasound images, videos, pictures and voice.

ESA concluded that the result of the test was positive, including that use of the monitor was easy in the real operational environment and it allowed fast and easy medical event logging, assessment, intervention and medication tracking.

RDT looks forward to continued collaboration with the ESA as it looks to develop its customer base in the aerospace industry.

Dr. Sergi Vaquer, Flight Surgeon at the European Space Agency commented: “The Tempus Pro was very easy to use in our challenging operational environment and allowed us fast and easy medical event logging and tracking. The monitor is small, light and robust enough to allow our medical professionals to work unimpeded by the equipment.”

Arnaud Runge, project manager at the European Space Agency for the Tempus pro and ALS commented: “We are pleased that the Tempus Pro, developed with the support of ESA’s ARTES applications programme, could be used at an astronaut landing. This is a demanding operational situation and proves the high performing capabilities of this product.”

Graham Murphy, CEO of RDT commented: “We have collaborated with the ESA over a number of years. We are delighted that our continued relationship has resulted in the implementation of our technology during a mission to monitor and assess the wellbeing of astronauts. We look forward to continued partnership”

About RDT
RDT specialise in the design and manufacture of medical devices, including pre-hospital care vital signs monitors.
Specialist technologies include compact and highly integrated vital signs monitors for both medical professional and non-medically trained users, as well as intermittent users.
The award-winning Tempus system provides innovative, easy to use and reliable medical device solutions to help manage medical incidents for the military, civilian pre-hospital care market and other remote and challenging locations.

RDT wins £14 million MOD medical monitor contract

RDT wins £14 million medical monitor contract

The Ministry of Defence has awarded a £14 million tri-service contract for medical monitors to Hampshire-based company RDT, a world-leader and fast-growing specialist in pre-hospital care solutions. The new agreement will see the delivery of around 900 compact, easy-to-use and reliable vital signs Tempus Pro monitors, which will enable the UK military to manage medical incidents in the remote and challenging locations in which they regularly operate. Tempus Pro uniquely consolidates several functions and multiple devices into one system, ensuring that Armed Forces medical personnel can provide the best quality of care possible to critically injured service men and women in very challenging environments. Tempus Pro monitors will be deployed on medical evacuation vehicles and aircraft, battalion aid stations, hospital ships, field hospitals and in far forward locations by special operations teams.

This award is the latest in a long line of successes for RDT, which has achieved 60 % growth in the last 12 months. RDT is a significant exporter, generating more than 60 % of its revenue from international sales. Maria Miller, MP for Basingstoke, said: “RDT is a ground-breaking company and its success in securing this contract demonstrates the strong entrepreneurial, engineering and technological talent available in Basingstoke. This talent pool supports a thriving hub of high growth, high tech businesses in the town. The contract will sustain over 60 jobs at RDT’s local facility and has helped in the creation of 20 new roles. I congratulate Graham and his team on this tremendous achievement.”

The MOD selected RDT’s Tempus Pro monitoring system after an extensive evaluation programme that highlighted how this very small and robust monitoring platform delivers significantly more capability for British troops than existing solutions. Over the next five years, the MOD will replace all existing monitors with the Tempus Pro system. RDT has already delivered 444 monitors to the Armed Forces.

Minister for Defence Procurement Harriett Baldwin said: “Our Armed Forces serve with incredible commitment and bravery, and the new Tempus Pro monitor will ensure that they will receive the best possible care and treatment should they be wounded or taken ill on operations. Backed by our rising defence budget and our £178 billion equipment plan, our investment in these cutting-edge medical monitors demonstrates how we are working with our NATO allies to provide lifesaving equipment to our frontline personnel.”

Before awarding the contract, the Defence Equipment and Support organisation (DE&S) conducted an intensive year-long, multi-discipline monitor evaluation process that saw the system deployed and rigorously tested in extremely harsh and challenging locations. Traditionally, several various monitor types have had to be used at different levels of care in the patient pathway. Thanks to the modular and flexible nature of RDT’s Tempus Pro system, the UK MOD is now able to standardise on one monitor to provide streamlined medical support and critical patient care information from the battlefield onwards. This means the Record of Care of all sick and injured patients can easily move with them as they progress through different levels of care, and ultimately be saved into their permanent patient record. A single monitoring solution has been an objective of the UK military for some time. It is only possible because of the forward-thinking and innovative way in which RDT has approached the development of its medical monitoring technology.

Chief Executive Officer of the DE&S, Tony Douglas, said: “This state-of-the-art piece of equipment shows how we are delivering proven, world-leading equipment to our Armed Forces. The Tempus Pro monitor is a step forward in innovation and safety, demonstrating how we are committed to improving the medical care received by those keeping our country safe. This deal also highlights DE&S’ strong, collaborative partnership with industry, benefitting both our Armed Forces and the wider UK economy by sustaining around 60 UK jobs.”

Graham Murphy, RDT CEO, added: “We are incredibly proud to be providing the Tempus Pro to our Armed Forces, who do such important work to keep us all safe. One of the reasons the Tempus Pro is being adopted by the UK and many other NATO militaries is because of its unique ability to be enhanced in the field as new technologies emerge or needs evolve. The world is an ever-changing place and this flexibility is important to all our customers. To that end, RDT has an exciting set of new features in development to which the MOD will have full access as they become available.”

About RDT
RDT specialise in the design, manufacture, sales, marketing and worldwide distribution of medical devices, including pre-hospital care vital signs monitors.
Specialist technologies include compact and highly integrated vital signs monitors for both medical professional and non-medically trained users, as well as intermittent users.
The award-winning Tempus system provides innovative, easy to use and reliable medical device solutions to help manage medical incidents for the military, civilian pre-hospital care market and other remote and challenging locations.