World’s First Full-Sized, Smartphone-Based Telemedicine System with Built-in Digital Exam Scope
The MITEE 2.0 is a FDA registered Class I device (under MDDS guidelines)
Ultraportable: 10 pounds for the full rig, and a few ounces for the included handheld makes it easy to provide care anywhere.
Easy to use: Minimal setup. No keyboard, mouse, or cameras to move around or plug in. MITEE has continuous autofocus, and the zoom is effectively infinite. If you are comfortable with a smartphone, you can easily operate MITEE from the time you receive it. If you are a technophobe, it may take an additional 5 minutes.
Powerful: A 1080p-capable, 8-megapixel video camera ensures no detail is missed. The omnidirectional microphones with noise and echo reduction assure patients are heard with full, crisp sound, while the built-in speakers ensure providers are clearly heard as well. Worried about screen size? Your patient will see you in high-definition (HD) on a 17 inch screen. (larger screens available in 19, 22 and 24 inch sizes)
Reliable: Integrated WIFI and cellular, plus optional satellite, ensures you always have a connection. No power? No problem. With 8-10 hours active-use battery life, standby battery life of 7 days, and optional solar charging, MITEE is still useful in resource-poor settings or natural disasters. MITEE also runs multiple software packages, so a bad server day won’t leave you with no communication options.
Comprehensive: MITEE comes with the ability to do full examination of heart, lungs, ears, eyes, nose, throat, and skin, with no additional software required.
Optional attachments include:
- Retinal Exam
- Point of care ultrasound probe
- Bluetooth peripherals
- Blood pressure cuff
- Pulse oximeter
- 1 lead or 12 Lead EKG
- PT/INR reader
Affordable: $3,999 for the 17 inch model
$4,199 for the 19 inch model (pictured above)
$4,399 for the 22 inch model
IV pole not included, specs are for the 17 inch model
Battery life for the 17 inch model is 8-10hours, 19 inch model 5-6 hours and 22 inch model 3-4 hours.
A few of the 35 and growing institutions that have chosen to make the MITEE their telemedicine system: