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Patient Monitoring Technology Company, Hello Nurse Medical Innovations, Inc., Launches Improved Version, Seeks Distributors for USA, Canada, Europe

Hello Nurse Medical Innovations, Inc., a leading provider of wireless patient monitoring technology, today announced that it has released the newest version of its product, the Hello Nurse™ System. “The product has been improved based on the results of early installations and feedback from healthcare professionals. We are ready to step up production and marketing,” said Jeff Gentile, President of Hello Nurse Medical Innovations, Inc. “We are now aggressively seeking qualified medical product distributors who are currently serving the nursing home and hospital markets with complimentary and relevant products and services.”

The Hello Nurse™ System is designed to help nursing homes and hospitals significantly reduce the most common occurrences among residents or patients - falls and bedsores or incontinence related dermatitis. No other system provides fall management, alerts for repositioning of bed-bound residents and incontinence monitoring while electronically capturing the data.

“These conditions have serious and sometimes life-threatening consequences, especially among the elderly,” stated Mr. Gentile. “As our population ages and we live longer, there is an acute need to use technology to help mitigate the incidents of falls and infections. They are costly, in both financial and human measures.”

The Hello Nurse system uses wireless transmitters and receivers to alert staff when a patient attempts to stand up from a bed or chair. The system sounds at the nurses’ station while INSTANTLY paging the caregivers with specific information and location as well as recording the incident in a central database. For incontinent patients, a simple moisture sensing sticker containing an RFID tag is attached to the outside of any adult brief. When the sensor is set off, the system likewise sounds at the nurses’ station while also paging the on-duty caregiver with specific information and location as well as recording the incident in a central database.

The latest installations are operating in the following facilities:

  •     Providence Point, a Baptist Home facility in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  •     National Support Services, Inc. in Los Angeles, California
  •     Boeun Senior Hospital in Boeun, Korea
  •     Cham Senior Hospital in Seoul, Korea

The Korean installations are supplied and managed by:
Kimmy Youngmin Kim, MBA | CEO at Korea Home Health Care Co.,Ltd
O. 1670-1379 F. 02-6499-1386
M. (+82)(0)10 8720 8257
Korea Home Health Care Co.,Ltd , +82 2 508 1379 or +82 (0)70 4226 1379.

The US distributor for the Hello Nurse™ System in Korea is:
Chun Ha Holding Corporation
12912 Brookhurst St Suite 480
Garden Grove, CA 92840
714-590-3523 (contact person: Jimmy Oh)

About Us
Hello Nurse Medical Innovations, Inc., is a new company providing recently introduced technology which addresses two of the most common dangers to nursing home residents -- falls and skin breakdown. The Hello Nurse™ System provides constant monitoring and directed alerts to caregivers at the first sign of trouble. Additionally, the Hello Nurse™ System provides administrators with an unprecedented view of staff performance and empirical data for reporting and management.

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