SAN ANTONIO, Oct. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- With its launch of MyVirtualHealthCheck.com, Chronic Care Management, Inc. is putting health and disease management within everyone's reach. MyVirtualHealthCheck.com is a Web site designed to help people better manage chronic conditions such as diabetes and heart disease. By providing a suite of advanced Web-based tools, MyVirtualHealthCheck.com gives users a seamless way to record, monitor and share their important vital sign data (glucose, blood pressure, heart rate and weight) with their doctors, caregivers and loved ones. The process is safe, private and convenient, using a secure Web interface, mobile devices and/or a PC gateway compatible with wireless (Bluetooth), in-home monitoring devices.
MyVirtualHealthCheck.com offers a host of Web tools to help users reach their goals and maintain a healthy lifestyle. These include a food diary, activity log, mobile applications and a nutrition information database of more than 14,000 foods, including fast-food menu choices. These tools enhance MyVirtualHealthCheck.com's underlying monitoring function, which results in fact-based disease management.
"Our systems provide patients with a highly accessible and cost-effective way to manage their disease," said Michael Seringer, Vice President for Chronic Care Management, Inc. "Within minutes and at no cost, people suffering from diabetes, heart disease and other chronic diseases can register, log in and begin to track their important vital data. Over time, an accurate history of this data will become a critical resource."
In an industry comprised mostly of closed and expensive remote monitoring and disease management systems, Chronic Care Management, Inc. is dedicated to providing low-cost systems that use existing Internet, mobile and communications technologies. "Our remote monitoring vital gateway uses a low-cost Netbook and off-the-shelf Bluetooth monitoring devices, allowing us to provide almost real-time, in
|SOURCE Chronic Care Management, Inc.|
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