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AirStrip Expands Remote Patient Monitoring Solution to Include Real-time Mobile Access to EHR Systems


AirStrip Technologies, a company known for its mobile patient monitoring solutions, announced recently a new addition to its platform that allows real-time access to Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems.

“For the first time, within a single mobile solution, physicians have real-time access to medical device data such as ECG waveforms as well as all other current and historical patient information imperative to clinical decision-making but formerly locked away in difficult to access, often disparate records repositories,” the company explained in a press release.

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HIMSS: GE Healthcare & AirStrip Debut new Wireless Patient Monitoring Solution


GE Healthcare and AirStrip Technologies have debuted a new wireless patient monitoring solution during the HIMSS12 conference on Wednesday.

Dubbed AirStrip PATIENT MONITORING, the new solution securely delivers patient monitoring information to critical-care physicians through iOS devices including iPhones and iPads, while helping physicians interact with, manipulate and zoom in on more than 100 clinical measurements and access physiologic data anytime, anywhere.  AirStrip received FDA clearance for the platform that drives the new patient monitoring solution back in 2010 and announced it obtained the CE Mark just last month.

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AirStrip Receives CE Mark Certification for Mobile Monitoring Apps, Enters European Market


AirStrip Technologies, the company behind several mobile health applications that give clinicians anytime, anywhere access to vital live and historical patient data, announced today that it’s achieved CE Mark certification to market its innovative mobile patient monitoring applications in the European Community as well as other international territories outside Europe.

Obtaining its CE Mark is substantial for AirStrip as it demonstrates the fact that it conforms to international quality benchmarks for medical devices, including ISO standards among others.  The company currently markets apps including its AirStrip OB, AirStrip CARDIOLOGY, and AirStrip PATIENT MONITORING solutions, which are now used by thousands of clinicians at hundreds of US hospitals.  AirStrip CARDIOLOGY was actually just named the best U.S. medical application for iPhone, as selected directly by Apple as part of its App Store Rewind for 2011.

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Diversinet Appoints Two Military Healthcare IT Experts to its Advisory Board


Diversinet, a provider of secure mobile communication solutions for the healthcare industry, announced the appointment of two experts in healthcare technology issues and applications related to the United States Department of Defense (DoD) to its advisory board.

The first of which is Dr. Hon Pak, previous President of the American Telemedicine Association and recently retired Chief Information Officer of the U.S. Army Medical Department, Office of the Surgeon General.  The second appointment is Frederick J. Hannett, a Washington-based consultant and healthcare IT thought leader with longstanding ties to the DoD, as well as founder and Managing Principal of The Capitol Alliance.

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mHealth App Maker AirStrip Gains Military/Government Healthcare IT Expert As Senior Adviser


AirStrip Technologies, a Texas-based provider of mobile medical software applications, announced today that it’s added Dr. Hon S. Pak, a healthcare IT leader with more than two decades of industry experience, as the company’s senior advisor.

This is a big deal for AirStrip as Dr. Pak has a long unique history in the healthcare IT industry.  Most recently, he served as CIO in the US Army Medical Department’s Office of the Surgeon General.  In this role, Dr. Pak was responsible for the design, deployment, training and sustainment of all clinical information systems — a demanding role to say the least, as the Military Healthcare System delivers healthcare services to more than 9.2 million patients globally.

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