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HealthStrong first to deploy new ConnectedHealth wireless platform for fitness and weight management
HealthStrong first to deploy new ConnectedHealth wireless platform for fitness and weight management

ConnectedHealth, a provider of health monitoring connectivity solutions, today announced that HealthStrong, one of the largest providers of consumer telehealth monitoring services in Australia, has signed on to become the first to deploy ConnectedHealth's eFitness Management Platform (FMP).

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ConnectedHealth launches fitness-based mHealth platform in Australia
ConnectedHealth launches fitness-based mHealth platform in Australia

The Singapore-based developer of mHealth connectivity solutions has announced a partnership with HealthStrong to deploy its eFitness Management Platform in Australia. The FMP is a variation of the eHealth Platform, which ConnectedHealth has been deploying in the United States and elsewhere as a telehealth solution

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ConnectedHealth Brings on Leading Medical Device Makers to Provide Wireless Patient Care Solutions
ConnectedHealth Brings on Leading Medical Device Makers to Provide Wireless Patient Care Solutions

ConnectedHealth announced partnerships with three leading wireless health device manufacturers. Under the terms of the agreements, A&D Medical, Entra and Nonin Medical will provide, respectively, wireless weight scales and blood pressure monitors; wireless glucose meters and wireless pulse oximeters that operate on ConnectedHealth's eHealth platform

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ConnectedHealth Brings on Leading Medical Device Makers to Provide Wireless Patient Care Solutions
ConnectedHealth Brings on Leading Medical Device Makers to Provide Wireless Patient Care Solutions

ConnectedHealth announced partnerships with three leading wireless health device manufacturers. Under the terms of the agreements, A&D Medical, Entra and Nonin Medical will provide, respectively, wireless weight scales and blood pressure monitors; wireless glucose meters and wireless pulse oximeters that operate on ConnectedHealth's eHealth platform

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ConnectedHealth Brings on Leading Medical Device Makers to Provide Wireless Patient Care Solutions
ConnectedHealth Brings on Leading Medical Device Makers to Provide Wireless Patient Care Solutions

ConnectedHealth announced partnerships with three leading wireless health device manufacturers. Under the terms of the agreements, A&D Medical, Entra and Nonin Medical will provide, respectively, wireless weight scales and blood pressure monitors; wireless glucose meters and wireless pulse oximeters that operate on ConnectedHealth's eHealth platform

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New Wireless Strategies Set to Drive Down Health Care Costs
New Wireless Strategies Set to Drive Down Health Care Costs

The face of medical care in the United States is rapidly changing, and, for health care providers, achieving profitability now depends on managing costs - as opposed to the insurance-driven cost pass through model of days past. Policy changes penalizing health care providers who do not manage costs have been implemented. As a result, health care organizations are seeking ways to reduce physical hospital visits made by patients. A reduction in non-emergent, non-critical hospital visits would result in less costs being borne by the health care provider – costs that are steadily eroding their profitability. Reducing the cost of patient care by keeping patients that can be cared for remotely out of hospitals is a very attractive idea, and ConnectedHealth, a provider of health monitoring connectivity solutions, believes that wireless monitoring holds great potential as a patient care solution that will help to drive down costs and improve profit margins for health care providers.

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New Wireless Strategies Set to Drive Down Health Care Costs
New Wireless Strategies Set to Drive Down Health Care Costs

The face of medical care in the United States is rapidly changing, and, for health care providers, achieving profitability now depends on managing costs - as opposed to the insurance-driven cost pass through model of days past. Policy changes penalizing health care providers who do not manage costs have been implemented. As a result, health care organizations are seeking ways to reduce physical hospital visits made by patients. A reduction in non-emergent, non-critical hospital visits would result in less costs being borne by the health care provider – costs that are steadily eroding their profitability. Reducing the cost of patient care by keeping patients that can be cared for remotely out of hospitals is a very attractive idea, and ConnectedHealth, a provider of health monitoring connectivity solutions, believes that wireless monitoring holds great potential as a patient care solution that will help to drive down costs and improve profit margins for health care providers.

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New Wireless Strategies Set to Drive Down Health Care Costs
New Wireless Strategies Set to Drive Down Health Care Costs

The face of medical care in the United States is rapidly changing, and, for health care providers, achieving profitability now depends on managing costs - as opposed to the insurance-driven cost pass through model of days past. Policy changes penalizing health care providers who do not manage costs have been implemented. As a result, health care organizations are seeking ways to reduce physical hospital visits made by patients. A reduction in non-emergent, non-critical hospital visits would result in less costs being borne by the health care provider – costs that are steadily eroding their profitability. Reducing the cost of patient care by keeping patients that can be cared for remotely out of hospitals is a very attractive idea, and ConnectedHealth, a provider of health monitoring connectivity solutions, believes that wireless monitoring holds great potential as a patient care solution that will help to drive down costs and improve profit margins for health care providers.

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Gadget gives diabetics new lease on life
Gadget gives diabetics new lease on life

DIABETES sufferers will be able to keep their illness at bay with a nifty device that helps them monitor their glucose levels and order supplies. Called eDiabetes, the device is slated for commercial release by the first half of next year. According to its creator ConnectedHealth, the iPod-size gadget automatically uploads patients' glucose measurements to their Microsoft HealthVault accounts through the eDiabetes gateway.

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