Geneia Inks Multi-Year Partnership with Covidien to Enter $21 Billion Remote Patient Monitoring Market

HARRISBURG, Pa. and CONCORD, N.H., Sept. 4, 2014 — Geneia® today announced a multi-year, strategic partnership with Covidien to help improve the health of and reduce the costs for chronically ill patients. Covidien has agreed to provide Geneia with rights to sell its ZephyrLIFE remote patient monitoring solutions in designated markets to monitor patients with heart disease, diabetes, and other chronic illnesses in the home setting.
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ZephyrLIFE™ Goes Live at Sanborn Place

ANNAPOLIS, MD–(BUSINESSWIRE – December 21, 2012) – Zephyr Technology, a world leader in remote physiologic monitoring, announces the installation of ZephyrLIFE™ at Sanborn Place. Sanborn Place is a 73 unit supportive living community for the elderly and those with progressive diseases located in Reading, MA. Sanborn Home Care is the sister corporation to Sanborn Place, dedicated to providing high quality home care services to the elderly and/or disabled in the community. Sanborn Adult Day Services, located in Wakefield, MA, services both the residents of Sanborn Place and the outlying communities. The system will be used to monitor the vital signs and activity of the residents and to provide near real time notification and alerting to the staff. This installation and pilot is the first of several the company has planned for hospitals and facilities prior to general commercialization.
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Zephyr Announces Collaboration With Massachusetts General Hospital

BOSTON, MA–(Marketwire – Oct 25, 2012) – Zephyr Technology, a world leader in remote physiologic monitoring, announces a collaboration program with Massachusetts General Hospital for ZephyrLIFE™ Monitoring System. Massachusetts General earned the top spot in US News and World Report’s annual “Best Hospitals” for 2012. The announcement comes in conjunction with Zephyr’s participation at Partners Connected Healthcare Conference, in Boston, October 25-26.
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Wireless Medicine Connects Navajo Heart Patients

Congestive heart failure is one of those medical conditions that has patients in and out of emergency rooms constantly. That’s tough on the Navajo Nation, where hospitals are few and far between. So Flagstaff Medical Center, Qualcomm Incorporated, Zephyr Technology, Verizon Wireless and the National Institutes of Health have formed an unprecedented health care partnership to come up with a solution. Continue reading

Flagstaff Medical Center to use smart phones to extend care for heart patients

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., Dec. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Flagstaff Medical Center (FMC) has enrolled its first patient into a ground breaking new program, Care Beyond Walls and Wires, an initiative that will extend the care of patients beyond the walls of the hospital or physician’s office. In collaboration with Qualcomm Incorporated, through its Wireless Reach™ initiative, Zephyr Technology, Verizon Wireless, and the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Care Beyond Walls and Wires uses advanced 3G wireless technology and health-monitoring devices to enhance the care of patients with congestive heart failure (CHF) or other related conditions.
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Zephyr Technology Partners with Aventyn® for Mobile Heart Failure Monitoring

mHealthSummit – Washington DC – December 05, 2011 – Zephyr Technology and Aventyn Inc., announced the agreement at the 2011 mHealth Summit. The summit is organized by the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health in partnership with the mHealth Alliance and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Aventyn is using multiple Bioharness™ modules from Zephyr Technology integrated with Vitalbeat™, a specially designed heart failure patient adherence and monitoring software on standard mobile devices in an international multi-center clinical study, Remote-HF-1 for remotely monitoring patients. The trial is registered on the United States FDA clinical trials registration site under NCT01430936.
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