Item 1.01 Entry into a Material Definitive Agreement.
On January 16th, 2014Cytta Corp. and ViTel NetTM of McLean, Virginia,
(http://vitelnet.com/) entered into an Agreement, ratified on February 5th,
2014, which provided inter alia that, the Parties shall work together to
integrate ViTel Net's™ various technologies into Cytta's proprietary connection
technologies and cellular delivery networks and to delineate a specific project
or projects for accomplishment of the same.
The Agreement gives Cytta the opportunity to offer their leading edge solutions
in conjunction with one of the true pioneering entities in the Telehealth space.
This Agreement will also allow Cytta to demonstrate how their open source
connectivity solutions through Cytta ConnectTM can greatly enhance the market
potential of existing Telehealth systems and assist existing vendors.
The Agreement also provides that Cytta shall use its cellular and pending
satellite networks to develop pilot projects or programs to be utilized with
ViTel Net™ products and services in any markets that the Parties agree are
appropriate. The Parties also agreed to negotiate comprehensive costing and
revenue sharing agreement regarding any products or solutions developed.
Since the early 1990s, ViTel Net™ has pioneered the development of healthcare
technologies that allow clinicians to remotely treat and manage patient health
regardless of geographic and time barriers. Through its unique technologies,
ViTel Net™ offers a broad range of standard and configurable Telehealth
solutions for use in remote diagnosis as well as remote care delivery. Using
these solutions, primary care providers can reach specialist consultants and
patients in remote areas can even receive primary care services.
The addition of Cytta's special purpose Wireless Cellular Network and pending
Satellite Network to ViTel Net's solutions radically increases the ease and
opportunity of connectivity as well as providing the opportunity for ViTel Net
to differentiate their solutions to their increasingly sophisticated client
base. Combining Cytta's leading edge solutions in conjunction with Vitel Net's
pioneering technologies will afford the Parties numerous opportunities as the
Telehealth space evolves.
ViTel Net™ has worked extensively with both the U.S. Department of Veterans
Affairs and the U.S. Department of Defense. Since 2000, ViTel Net™ has led
healthcare technology research initiatives with the goal of improving the
quality of health care provided to our military personnel and veterans across
the full continuum of health services.
ViTel Net™ has a proven history of success internationally with both private and
government health care provider organizations in the exciting and evolving field
of Telehealth. ViTel Net™ is uniquely positioned to maximize value from ongoing
technological advances and transfer that value to increase the success of
ViTel Net's Telehealth solutions extend to connect the whole Continuum of Care
from first responder point-of care to emergency medical services, general and
specialty consultant, mobile virtual visits directly with patients, and mobile
and home remote monitoring.
ViTel Net incorporates the latest health IT industry standards for data
terminology and transport to ensure seamless interoperability with other Health
IT systems. Standards include: HL7, SNOMED-CT, LOINC, and DICOM
. ViTel Net
solutions can create a CCDA (Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture) and
electronically exchange it in accordance with the Direct protocol by using
CONNECT to an eHealth Exchange participant, or by enabling content exchange
using the Blue Button Services.Cytta's
special purpose Wireless Cellular Network and pending Satellite Network
is connected to unlocked android smartphones, composed of SMS, data and voice
capacities in the USA
and internationally, through the use of its proprietary
device-resident Cytta Connect
software platform, which provides instantaneous
data and voice transmission services from Bluetooth- enabled medical, health and
wellness monitoring peripherals to the Cloud-based Cytta
online interactive data
repository and from there to the proprietary data repositories designed by
ViTel Net™ or to other EPR or EMR repositories utilized by patients, Payors,
Providers and consumers.
ViTel Net's MedVizer™ Informatics Integration Platform Tool (MIIP) allows its
technology to be configured to each customer's workflow and seamlessly integrate
data from multiple sources to provide solutions with unparalleled control. The
MedVizer "toolbox" of configuration tools and platform engine make ViTel Net's
solutions the most adaptable in the telehealth industry.
The MIIP Tool enables ViTel Net to provide service-defined solutions to support
the requirements of the end users. The MedVizer toolbox (configuration tools and
platform engine) uniquely provides ViTel Net solutions with adaptability
unprecedented in the health IT industry.
Solutions can be enabled across a variety of technology platforms (PC, laptop,
tablet and smart phone) and various operating systems (Mac OS, Android, iOS, and
Windows OS) providing customers with the solutions they need in the environment
that best facilitates their business goals. The MIIP helps create multi-platform
and enterprise-wide configurable solutions.Allen Izadpanah
, the President, CEO and Founder of ViTel Net has been an
industry visionary in merging technology and medicine into a single telemedicine
solution. Under his leadership, ViTel Net has become well-recognized throughout
the U.S. Department of Defense
by leading healthcare technology initiatives to
improve the quality of healthcare provided to military personnel on the
battlefield and across the continuum of care.
In ViTel Net's early days, Allen Izadpanah
launched the company into a position
of relevance in the global healthcare technology arena by converting the
company's first response applications and health monitoring technologies into
products for mass use in commercial markets.
Robert M. Kolodner
, MD, FACMI, LFAPA, the Vice President and Chief Medical
Officer, of ViTel Net brings a wealth of clinical knowledge and experience that
ensures the company remains a leader in the telemedicine industry. He is a
visionary leader in health informatics who has been at the forefront of advances
in health information technology (IT) for more than two decades. An advocate of
"positive disruption," Dr. Kolodner promotes solutions that are better, cheaper
and more convenient for users and customers.
As national coordinator for Health IT in the Department of Health
Services (HHS), he promoted the adoption and use of electronic health records,
and advanced the policies and collaborative efforts between the public and
private sectors to develop a nationwide, interoperable health IT infrastructure.
His work laid the foundation for the acceleration of national health IT
Before his work at HHS, Dr. Kolodner was the national informatics leader for the
Department of Veterans Affairs'
(VA) broad range of health IT activities. He was
the clinical champion for VistA, VA's award winning electronic health record
system, and oversaw the launch of My HealtheVet, VA's personal health record for
veterans. In the midnineties, he coordinated emerging telemedicine activities
at local VA medical centers prior to the creation of VA's national Telemedicine
Dr. Kolodner received his A.B. from Harvard
, his M.D. from Yale
, and completed
his psychiatric residency at Washington University in St. Louis
. He has been on
the faculty at the Emory University School of Medicine
, the University of Texas
Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas
, and the University of Maryland School of
, and is currently an adjunct professor in the College of Computing
the Georgia Institute of Technology
. Dr. Kolodner is board certified in
psychiatry, a Fellow in the American College of Medical Informatics
, and a
Lifetime Fellow in the American Psychiatric Association