Send Mammogram is innovative digital healthcare technology empowering women to request prior mammograms for comparison, before breast cancer screening appointments, anytime and anywhere. Our mission is to digitally connect patients to mammography providers to request and share breast health images via a mobile app and a dedicated enterprise mammography image sharing platform. Our vision is to become the leading online service for women to request and share prior mammograms, breast ultrasounds and breast MRIs and the leading mammography information system with blockchain verification.
Digital release of information form sent directly to facilities
Our secure cloud platform transfers breast images faster
A user friendly platform that automates manual workflows
The Send Mammogram story began when the founder was thinking about the most painful part
of her job as a mammography technologist – the numerous snowball effects from unavailable
prior mammograms. She was sitting on her sofa staring into the clouds and thinking that
had to be a better way when she envisioned Send Mammogram: an idea to transition mammography
facilities from the old era of faxing and paper to the new era of digital signatures and
Inspired by the mission and vision the founder developed a strategic plan to digitally
requesting and sharing breast health images with the aim to improve the quality of breast
care for millions of women.
Mammography is unique, just as each woman’s breast has its own unique appearance. Therefore, comparing prior images to a current study is an extremely important part of mammography. Breast imaging professionals know prior mammograms are needed in order to make an accurate diagnosis without delaying care. Comparing prior images also can keep women from having further unnecessary testing and radiation exposure.
Send Mammogram launched in 2018 at Mercer Innovation Center located on the campus of Mercer University in Macon, Georgia with the help of student interns Lauren Fowler and Dharmesh Patel.
Send Mammogram can help hospitals and mammography facilities by:
Yes. Send Mammogram protects patient and client information by adhering to the privacy and security rules outlined in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH).