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NetMotion Wireless Boosts Mobile Productivity for Visiting Nurse Service of New York
Date:2/27/2008

Nation's largest not-for-profit home health care agency turns to

NetMotion's Mobile VPN

SEATTLE, Feb. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- HIMSS -- NetMotion Wireless (Booth #8163), a leading provider of mobile productivity and management software, announced today that its Mobile Virtual Private Network (VPN) solution has been selected by the Visiting Nurse Service of New York (VNSNY) to provide VNSNY's home healthcare workforce with real time access to critical data and applications at the point of care. VNSNY is the largest not-for-profit home health care agency in the nation with nearly 10,000 care providers that make more than 2.2 million home visits per year throughout New York City and Westchester and Nassau counties to an average of over 30,000 patients each day.

VNSNY nurses, therapists and clinicians spend the majority of their day providing in-home healthcare to patients and traveling between patient locations. These clinicians rely on continuous, reliable connectivity to clinical records, applications and email via tablet PCs or laptops. More than 2,500 VNSNY clinicians use Mobility XE(TM), NetMotion's Mobile VPN software, to improve productivity and connect securely to applications, roam seamlessly between multiple wireless networks, and maintain applications even when users move in and out of wireless coverage areas.

"The goal of our wireless deployment was to provide clinicians easy access to the information they need without interfering with their primary job of patient care," said Randy Cleghorne, Chief Technology Officer, VNSNY. "NetMotion's software helps our workforce stay reliably connected and productive so that our team can focus on their jobs, not the technology."

"VNSNY is at the technological forefront in home health care delivery and patient care," said Andy Willett, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing for NetMotion Wireless. "We're pleased to help them enhance the productivity of their clinicians by simplifying network connection issues and providing centralized management tools to their IT department."

Today, NetMotion is deployed by some of the most well-recognized healthcare agencies in the country including the Mayo Clinic, the Marshfield Clinic, Lee Memorial Health System, St. Joseph's Hospital in Wisconsin, St. Luke's Episcopal Health System in Texas and many more. In addition, NetMotion's productivity software is used by a number of companies that service these hospitals and agencies, including the mobile sales forces of device manufacturers such as St. Jude Medical.

Around the globe, more than 1,200 businesses and government agencies rely on NetMotion's Mobility XE to mitigate some of the most common challenges in mobile deployments today, including end-to-end security, application stability as users move in and out of wireless coverage areas and seamless roaming between Wi-Fi and wide-area cellular networks. For more information: http://www.netmotionwireless.com.

About Visiting Nurse Service of New York

The Visiting Nurse Service of New York (VNSNY) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to home and community-based health care. The agency was established in 1893 by Lillian D. Wald, the founder of public health nursing in the United States. Today, VNSNY is the parent organization of several not-for-profit companies whose staff provide and coordinate the care of patients residing throughout New York City and in Nassau County.

About NetMotion Wireless

Based in Seattle, NetMotion Wireless' software enables businesses and agencies to maintain and optimize connections to applications as their mobile workers move in and out of wireless coverage areas and across various networks. NetMotion's award-winning Mobile VPN, Mobility XE, enhances mobile worker productivity at more than 1,200 of the world's most respected organizations across multiple industries including utilities, healthcare, communications, public safety, local government, transportation and many others. For more information about NetMotion Wireless or its products, please visit http://www.netmotionwireless.com or call (206) 691-5500.

NetMotion and NetMotion Mobility are registered trademarks of NetMotion Wireless, Inc. Mobility XE is a trademark of NetMotion Wireless, Inc. All other trade names, trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.


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