Dallas – May 31, 2012 – Dallas Weekly
DALLAS ENTREPRENEUR CLAYTON REDMON, owner of StreamVenue Healthcare, was nominated for Black Enterprise magazine’s Innovator of the Year 2012 award. Redmon, a Dallas entrepreneur, developed an innovative video technology that offers new options to doctors and patients.
StreamingOR software allows real-time broadcasts of high-definition surgical video. The software produces two images on the screen at all times: a wide shot of the surgeon operating and a view from the inside the patient showing every move of the surgeon. The streaming video can be recorded automatically or viewed by anyone in the world with a computer and an access code to the live procedure.
Surgeons at Texas Institute for Surgery in Dallas are using StreamingOR daily. The camera plugs into endoscopy equipment with the streaming video recorded by equipment that is installed in the operating room.
Dr. Jim Montgomery, considered one of the nation’s leading specialists in sports medicine and knee surgery, is an avid user of Redmon’s device. An official member of the U.S. Olympic team, he has held the top medical positions in the Olympics organization – as Physician to the U.S. Delegation for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens and Head Physician for the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona has trained more than 200 surgeons while serving as Clinical Professor at UT Southwestern.
Redmond graduated from DISD Talented and Gifted High School and Northwood College in Cedar Hill. A demonstration of his technology can be viewed at http://streamvenue.com.