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First Client Installation of CyttaConnect™ Medical Monitoring System
Date:9/12/2011

, and pulse oxygen).  The medical data is wirelessly sent from the medical device to our Medical Smartphone, which is also located in the home.  Our user friendly Medical Smartphone utilizes Cytta's cellular telecommunication services, to transmit the received data automatically and securely to caregivers.

Remote Patient Monitoring of Health and Medical information is one of the fastest growing areas to improve health. CyttaConnect™ is a revolutionary system that allows medical devices to communicate remotely and, with Cytta's ecosystem of partners, helps to facilitate data collection and analytics. Using our medical devices, mobile transport network and medical smartphone, Cytta unleashes the patient from the doctor's office.

Access to the CyttaConnect™ network now enables numerous other services and opportunities to be offered to each of our Clients' huge numbers of end users through the Health smartphones designed and utilized by our network.  The ability of major Health Plans, Managed Care Organizations, Health Delivery Organizations, Medical Groups and IPA to communicate simply and reliably with their patients in a timely manner and at a reasonable cost will create numerous opportunities to improve the quality of care and reduce healthcare costs.

The healthcare industry is looking for an easy way to streamline the provision of services in a secure manner.  Now, medical practitioners can easily monitor and evaluate their patients by transmitting and receiving important clinical data through our cellular network. Caregiver's can receive notification of their patient's results and may download the stored data from the portal or ecosystem partner's portals at their convenience. The benefits of this medical system are clinical, resulting in improving patient outcomes, psychosocial, improving patient satisfaction, and economical, resulting in significantly lower care management costs.

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