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The Need When patients visit a new healthcare practitioner, they often have to take up the tiresome role of ‘middleman’ between their new practitioner seeking past medical history and imaging, and their former practitioner who continually neglects to send over the desired information. Currently, patients are responsible for holding on to images and informing their practitioner of past medical diagnosis. This stems directly from a lack of any shared storage

An apparatus and method for detecting and diagnosing interventricular dyssynchrony