Brighton, United Kingdom, February 26, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Brighton-based tech company Dataline Software is proud to announce the world's first SNOMED App for the iPhone.
This new application - called Snomobile - will be available on App Store from Friday 26th February.
Snomobile is a fast and intuitive SNOMED CT browser - and is the result of an ongoing research project being carried out by Dataline Software. It can be used on both Apple’s iPhone and iPod touch, helping healthcare organisations worldwide realise the power of SNOMED CT coding on the world’s most loved handheld.
Snomobile can help healthcare professionals find and organise SNOMED CT, SNOMED RT and CTV3 codes - which in turn can improve and safeguard patient care. The application uses a variety of techniques to find, sort and retrieve codes, including a fast-find feature and history to make it easier to re-visit your most used SNOMED CT codes.
To coincide with the launch of Snomobile on Friday, all users of its web-based sister product - Snoflake - will be invited to enter a free prize draw. Prizes include a free copy of Snomobile and a 32GB iPod touch to run it on. Visit http://www.snoflake.co.uk/iPhone.htm for more details.
About Dataline Software (http://www.dataline.co.uk)
Dataline Software has been delivering information technology solutions to businesses of all sizes for over 25 years, and specializes in the areas of e-Business, SQL database and network technologies. It's portfolio of products includes i5®, a unique tool for publishing SQL databases on the web. Dataline is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and a Cisco Registered Partner.
Technical expertise in web applications and e-business development, networks, SQL Databases, Windows and mobile computing together with many years experience in project management enables us to offer quality consultancy to the client-server / Internet market place. We are able to offer assistance and advice at every level of project development including choice of hardware, network topology, database installation and configuration, system specification, database design and project resourcing as well as support, training and development.
About IHTSDO and SNOMED CT (http://www.ihtsdo.org)
The International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation is an international not-for-profit organization based in Denmark. IHTSDO acquires, owns and administers the rights to SNOMED CT and other health terminologies and related standards.
The purpose of IHTSDO is to develop, maintain, promote and enable the uptake and correct use of its terminology products in health systems, services and products around the world, and undertake any or all activities incidental and conducive to achieving the purpose of the Association for the benefits of the members.