Global telecom and digital solutions conglomerate Cima Group and a developer and manufacturer of healthcare solutions, Eocene Systems, announced Thursday that they completed the creation of a joint venture, Cima Care Solutions.
“The deal unites the two organizations’ unique set of capabilities to effectively deliver an active in-home patient care and monitoring solution for the next generation of telemedicine,” a provided statement reads.
The announcement comes on the heels of Cima Group’s recent acquisition of Orlando-based Knetik and its robust digital revenue optimization platform for the monetization of any digital transaction along with a deeper and broader view into customer engagement and comprehensive data reporting and analytics.
The combination of Eocene Health’s strong in-home health monitoring solutions, Knetik’s revenue and customer management, engagement and analytics platform, paired with the OSS/BSS platform and telecom ecosystem from Auris, a Cima Group Company, provides the components that are poised to deliver a truly seamless, end-to-end telehealth solution.
“This remote healthcare delivery solution will connect the patient inside their home to the healthcare provider for active monitoring and care,” the statement explains. “The technology allows the healthcare professional to continue to monitor and communicate with the patient after the patient leaves the hospital or office. The joint venture is powered by Prodea’s award winning multiservice IoT platform that serves as the single access point, enabling patients to take full advantage of a growing menu of cutting edge health services, while simultaneously creating new revenue streams for operators looking to monetize their digital service set.”
“Eocene Health has already effectively combined key components of the Auris and Knetik PaaS to provide a fully connected and effortless patient experience while using Prodea’s innovative IoT platform. The joint venture builds on and expands this leading architecture to further enhance the patient experience, improve healthcare delivery and enable revenue optimization,” said Juan Martin Gomez, CEO of Cima Group. “We are excited about where this will take telemedicine, chronic healthcare management and the connected home.”