SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwire - January 04, 2011) - Ophthalmic Imaging Systems (OIS) (OTCBB: OISI), a leading ophthalmic digital imaging and informatics company, today announced that management will present at the 4th annual OneMedForum San Francisco 2011 conference on Tuesday, January 11, 2011, at 9:00 a.m. Pacific time. The conference is being held at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel.
"We will be discussing our progress at OneMedForum, which attracts investors who are specifically interested in companies like OIS," said Chief Executive Officer Gil Allon. "Among our many recent achievements, our OIS and Abraxas Medical Solutions' EMR both received important certifications, which we believe validates our technology and supports our physician customers' efforts to receive Federal stimulus dollars. In less than a year since launching our innovative, portable OIS EyeScan™, we have introduced seven different imaging modules. Most recently, we began marketing a non-mydriatic imaging module that enables a physician to capture retinal images without the need to dilate a patient's eye, improving patient comfort and physician efficiency."
More information about the OneMedForum San Francisco 2011 conference is available at http://www.onemedplace.com/forum.
About Ophthalmic Imaging Systems
Ophthalmic Imaging Systems (www.oisi.com) is the leading provider of ophthalmic digital imaging and informatics systems. The Company designs, develops, manufactures and markets digital imaging systems, image management and integrated EMR and PM solutions for the eye care market. With more than 25 years in the ophthalmic imaging business, the Company has consistently introduced new, innovative technologies. Through its wholly owned subsidiary Abraxas Medical Solutions, Inc., the Company provides EMR and PM software to OB/GYN and orthopedic physicians. The Company markets and supports its products through an extensive network of dealers, distributors and direct representatives.
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