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CellTrust SecureSMS PULSE Integrated to Santech Health for Secure Text Messaging of Biometrics and PHI will be Demonstrated at HIMSS 2013
Date:2/27/2013

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Santech Health will demonstrate how biometric readings from remote sensors that serve as glucometers, weight scales or blood pressure monitors support patient biometric information gathering. Santech will take these biometric readings and apply a messaging trigger, and if the value is above or below a certain level, the application will send an alert to the patient and the medical provider, as well as a social supporter or caregiver, if necessary – via an SMS message, SecureSMS message, email or through Santech's proprietary mobile application.

"CellTrust SecureSMS PULSE provides support for many different applications in healthcare communication, and we look forward to working with Santech to demonstrate biometric use cases with the HIMSS community," said Sean Moshir, CEO and Chairman of CellTrust Corporation. "CellTrust SecureSMS PULSE communication response time, reduces administration costs, increases mobility and reliability of doctors, and, most importantly, improves the care that healthcare professionals can offer to their patients."

CellTrust SecureSMS PULSE is a HIPAA compliant secure mobile communication solution featuring CellTrust's secure messaging service and Smart Pager technology. Created specifically for healthcare professionals, CellTrust SecureSMS PULSE users can communicate with a single Corporate Liable or Individual Liable device. CellTrust SecureSMS PULSE is engineered on the CellTrust SecureCore™, comprised of a suite of secure mobile applications.

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