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CareVoyant, a Leading Developer of Software Solutions for Healthcare Providers, Releases First Home Care App for Windows 8
Date:8/8/2013

Schaumburg, IL (PRWEB) August 08, 2013

CareVoyant, Inc, a leading developer of software solutions for healthcare providers launched a new app, “CV Intuitive for Home Care," available now on the Microsoft® Windows Store. This is the first native Windows 8® app specific to home care, and is the first in a line of forthcoming metro-style apps to be released by CareVoyant. CV Intuitive combines the tools and features needed by one of the fastest growing segments in healthcare, allowing home care clinicians to perform their work “connected” in patient homes on a friendly and easy-to-use Windows 8 platform.

“Most of today’s home care apps provide a solution that either requires a laptop, or a lighter solution for a smartphone,” said VP of Sales and Marketing Robert Love, “we believe that this solution is the best of both worlds. CV Intuitive is easy to use, but is delivered through a tablet, providing the depth that a clinician needs to obtain a complete view of the patient’s health record – the information needed to make informed decisions.”

CareVoyant developed CV Intuitive for Home Care over the course of the past year, with the help of Microsoft, culminating in a successful launch process in July. Built in a Windows 8 style (formerly known as “Metro”), a demo version of the app may be downloaded online at the Windows Store.

“We’re very excited about CV Intuitive,” said VP of Development at CareVoyant Muthu Senthilkumar (aka: Senthil), “this is the base version, and we’re already working on enhancements that we’re very excited about.”

While the demo version is available now, the official product launch will be at the CareVoyant User Group Conference in October. Versions of a CareVoyant Windows app for Outpatient Clinics and Long Term Care facilities will follow over the course of the next y
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