HealthDatix signs Tele-Health Wearables Contract

MHW learned Friday that iGambit’s wholly owned subsidiary, HealthDatix, has entered into a contract with Axcel Electronics Thailand Co Ltd.

According to a provided statement, HealthDatix and Axcel signed a mutually exclusive supply agreement for the design and manufacture of Wearable Health Wrist Bands for use in conjunction with HealthDatix’s CareDatix solution and specifically its Electronic House Call FDA approved Tele-Health remote monitoring system.

“The new exciting HealthDatix wearable called “BioDatix WristBand” units have been undergoing continuous testing in the USA for the past four months,” a media release reads.

The health bands fit your wrist like a watch, and can measure, report and graph trends in Heart Rate, Blood Pressure, Blood Oxygen and Electrocardiograms. Upon completion of testing, HealthDatix plans to submit its application for FDA approval to integrate it with the companies existing FDA approved back-end.

The release notes that HealthDatix believes this will put the company in a unique position with game changing technology, which will form a seamless end-to-end, sensor-to-server FDA approved and HIPAA compliant system which will revolutionize medical monitoring.

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