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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

mbination of the two creates one of the industry's most technologically advanced and scalable monitoring platforms and will provide uninterrupted response center service in the event of a natural disaster or other crisis at either facility. Following the acquisition, the new combined company will employ over 100 people.

"We have a responsibility to the customers who have trusted Link to Life with their health and well-being for 30 years, and that's a commitment we will continue to make as members of the CST team," said Larry Rosenthal, who was president of Link Technologies and now holds an equity stake in CST. "We can now offer the customers who came to CST from Link to Life even more solutions to their health challenges while continuing to provide the personal and caring customer service that they expect and deserve."

The CST product and service portfolio not only increases independence and security for its customers, but also reduces overall health care costs for families and institutions and reduces unnecessary government and insurance health expenditures. For instance, hospital patients can be released more quickly and safely to homes when vital sign monitoring is in place. Missed or incorrect medication doses are a major cause of admittance or readmittance to a hospital. TeleHealth systems in rural environments can save thousands of dollars in emergency medical transport costs. Motion detection and fall monitoring can reduce the need for home health care aide visits. Institutional monitoring and alert systems can make facility staff more efficient and responsive.

"At a time when our national attention is focused on making health care more efficient and effective, our technology-based solutions to many of these fundamental issues make more sense than ever," said Prough. "We already work closely with insurers, government programs and other health care payors to identify ways in which we can maintain or imp
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