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Critical Signal Technologies Acquires Link to Life to Grow Depth and Expertise in TeleHealth, Personal Emergency Response and Medical Monitoring Systems
Date:9/16/2009

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., Sept. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Critical Signal Technologies, Inc. (CST) has acquired the stock and assets of GTL, Inc. dba as "Link to Life" along with Link Technologies, Inc., and will integrate its product and service offerings into CST to provide cost-effective personal emergency response, TeleHealth and medical monitoring systems, improving the independence and quality of life for older adults, the disabled and people managing health conditions.

CST President and CEO Jeffrey Prough made the announcement at the Pittsfield, Mass. headquarters of Link to Life. The terms of the agreement between the two privately-held companies were not disclosed.

"This acquisition will help us make people's lives easier," said Prough. "Our products and services help older adults and people managing illness and disease live with more independence and dignity. We look forward to offering even more cost-effective solutions to people's health and wellness challenges as a result of this acquisition."

Link to Life's primary product portfolio focuses on medication management and medical alert systems, more commonly known as Personal Emergency Response Systems, which connect users to a 24-hour response center upon the push of a button during a medical emergency. CST's offerings include Personal Emergency Response Systems that summon help during a fall or medical emergency; Medication Management Systems that ensure proper dispensing of prescribed medications over a multi-day period; TeleHealth systems that monitor vital signs and alert physicians or other caregivers automatically and monitoring and alert systems for multi-tenant facilities such as independent living, assisted living and long-term care.

Both Link to Life's Massachusetts and CST's Michigan facilities will remain in operation, giving CST added redundancy in its monitoring and response capabilities. The co
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