HOUSTON, June 19, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Spine Injury Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB:SPIN), a technology-driven, medical service, financing and healthcare solution company announces that “The American Health Journal,” (AHJ) the oldest and longest continuous running healthcare television program in the United States has elected to include SPIN’s QVH in a upcoming “Innovations in Medicine” segment.
"At American Health Journal, on PBS, we're always on the search for medical innovation, transformation and disruption as told by top doctors," says AHJ Global Executive Producer, Michael Lesner. "Dr. Donovan provided us with a patient-centric preview of a new video technology, one that makes high risk medical procedures safer and more effective. He has given us a look into the future for improving spinal injury management."
“We are very proud of the fact that PBS offered us the forum to display just how innovative our Quad Video Halo (QVH) product is to both the spinal injury and chronic pain market. This segment gives the viewer the real benefits that the QVH has to offer such as: helping to make higher risk medical procedures safer and more effective, helping to improve spinal injury care, helping to set a new standard for documentation of injury care procedures, helping to mitigate and reduce insurance fraud, helping to improve the ability to train and provide quality control to the doctors that do higher risk medical procedures, and helping to improve the results in the general pain care market,” said Dr. William Donovan.
Please see www.quadvideohalo.com to view the segment. (As explained further on, due to the “syndicated” status of Innovations in Medicine segment, each market and multiple release times are different so management decided to give you the QVH website.)
In the US according to the Center for Disease Control there are over 39 million injuries a year, which means every day in America over 108,000 people are injured. This leads to over 115,000 Emergency Room visits, and over 252,000 medical visits a day for these injuries. We know that this market needs help and we know that our QVH technology can be a major contribution. You can see our PBS segment with the link below.
As to PBS, well here is a little more about our video host.
Winning over 100 National and International awards since 1988 and with a current reach of 118 million viewers and 46 million households "American Health Journal" public television program has been dedicated to informing the public on prevention, treatments, research and the latest advancements in medicine.
American Health Journal on PBS, is a “Syndicated” show as compared to a “Network Show.” For that reason, this show will air multiple and different time in different PBS markets at the discretion of the local PBS stations. Shortly prior to its imminent release, you should find a listing and time slot in your local “TV Guide” if your city is one of the over 400 which airs American Health Journal beginning this week. However, due to the randomness of release to all of these stations, the Company has approved the direct link to the SPIN QVH segment on the QVH website.
As compared to a Network Show, which would likely air a show only once or twice a year, according to AHJ, a PBS syndicated show will likely average three times in a day for several weeks. Once released, the show will also be available for retrieval on the AHJ channel of Youtube.com.
Dr. Donovan stated; “We are proud to be included in 'Innovations in Medicine' segment of the highly respected American Health Journal. AHJ has been recognized as the top recurring medical show known to the vast majority of Doctors and other medical professionals. To have this recognition of the QVH and its benefits, in addition to vastly increasing the exposure of the QVH to the medical profession, it will increase credibility of the QVH.”
About Spine Injury Solutions, Inc.:
We are a medical services and technology company facilitating diagnostic services for patients who have sustained spine injuries resulting from traumatic accidents. We deliver turnkey solutions to spine surgeons, orthopedic surgeons, DOs and other healthcare providers that provide necessary and appropriate treatment of musculo-skeletal spine injuries resulting from automobile and work-related accidents. Our financing services help reduce the financial burden on healthcare providers that provide patients with early-stage diagnostic testing and non-invasive surgical care, preventing many patients from being unnecessarily delayed or inhibited from obtaining needed treatment. We believe that our services and technology bring strong transparency and impartiality to all parties involved in the settlement of patient cases.
Additional information about the company, along with a video can be found at its website at www.spineinjurysolutions.com.
About Quad Video HALO, Inc.:
A wholly owned subsidiary of Spine Injury Solutions, Inc., Quad Video HALO, Inc. brings surgeons and interventional pain management providers the ability to bring modern video documentation technology into the operating/treatment rooms. The Quad Video Technology™ V3.0 and HALO Rx™ creates a digital turnkey video and audio documentation solutions that integrates multiple views from other OR/treatment imaging sources with several other viewpoints just outside the sterile field.
Additional information about QVH can be found at its website: www.quadvideohalo.com.
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Dr. William F. Donovan
Chairman, President & CEO
Spine Injury Solutions, Inc.
Quad Video Halo
David Spencer, President