Denver, CO’s TabSafe Medical Services has developed a simple, patented, tech-based solution to help people manage and adhere to their prescribed medication regimens. TabSafe stores and dispenses medications for users according to a prescribed schedule, gives visual and audible reminders, can re-order meds, collect vital signs, and upload encrypted data to a website for authorized physicians and family members to view.
Austin, TX’s WhiteGlove House Call Health is a membership-based primary healthcare provider whose services are available to members in their home or workplace, 365 days a year. In addition to a reasonable annual fee, members pay a flat $35 per house call, which includes medical care, generic prescription medications, OTC remedies, foods and beverages.
“Innovations in Healthcare Information Technology and Telecommunications Technology” category:
San Diego, CA’s A-Life Medical’s Actus® 6.0 product is a web-based, natural language, “intelligent assistant” to the health information workflow within physician practices, improving both the productivity and accuracy of the medical coding and billing process and correctly representing the procedures using standard terminology in electronic patient records.
San Diego, CA’s Awarepoint’s Real-time Awareness Solutions help hospitals map their mobile equipment and resources throughout the enterprise; monitor usage and interaction; measure utilization and efficiency; and provide data for process improvement, assisting hospital administrators in managing multi-million-dollar budgets, and achieve other benefits.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada’s Diversinet Corporation’s AllOne Mobile solution allows healthcare organizations to securely extend their reach to patients on their smart phones. The software auto-detects what type of mobile device the patient has and generates the right
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