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Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Cardiocom as a Technology Enabler for Superior Cost-Effective Remote Chronic Care Management
Date:1/10/2011

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Jan. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Based on its recent analysis of the remote patient monitoring market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Cardiocom with the 2011 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Enabling Technology. Cardiocom provides integrated clinical telehealth services that offer significant cost savings to the healthcare community.

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Cardiocom combines advanced telehealth technologies and expert nurse services enabling them to achieve a superior customer relationship and a competitive edge over other companies in the remote patient monitoring market.  "Products offered by Cardiocom include COMMANDER®, TELESCALE®, AUTOLINK®, GLUCOCOM® and OMNIVISOR®. All of these products utilize advanced connectivity solutions in both its hardware and software components," states Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Arjunvasan Ambigapathy. "In addition, Cardiocom's Integrated Nurse Services Program, which is unique in the industry, provides a turn-key solution that comes with rapid ramp-up, predictable costs and proven outcomes."

The COMMANDER telemonitoring device is an integrated system that includes Cardiocom developed peripheral biometric devices to monitor weight, blood pressure, blood glucose, oxygen saturation and peak flow. It also features an intelligent clinical branching logic system that presents questions based on the patient's responses to previous ones.

The TELESCALE telemonitoring device is programmed to provide instant feedback to users based on the variance in daily patient weight. It includes an integrated messaging and weighing system along with waist-height patient interface that can weigh patients up to 500 lbs. with accuracy and consistency of +/-0.1 lb. Cardiocom's AUTOLINK device connects with GLUCOCOM, a proprietary blood glucose meter,
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