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Philips Lifeline introduces response app to connect seniors with access to help in the event of an emergency
Date:8/26/2014

es, the app can help locate users to ensure that help is directed to the right location. Built for independent, active seniors, the app allows users to receive the benefits of the call center without having to wear a medical alert device. The app is free to download; there are no set up fees or long-term contracts required; and users may choose to pay month-to-month for the service.

Joining the company's comprehensive portfolio of innovative solutions, such as Lifeline with AutoAlert fall detection technology and the HomeSafe Wireless System, the Philips Lifeline response app is a next-generation solution providing peace of mind for families and seniors as they age. The app is available for download in the U.S. through the Apple Store and Android Market, and the monthly service is provided through Philips Lifeline.

Philips Lifeline, the nation's first medical alert service, is celebrating 40 years of delivering meaningful innovations. The company has served more than seven million people since its inception, leading the industry with products and services focused on senior safety, health and connectedness. For more information on Philips Lifeline and the new app, please visit http://www.lifelinesys.com/content/lifeline-products/response-app and join the conversation on Facebook.

To learn how Philips is improving the quality of healthcare through innovative solutions, inspired by human insights across the most meaningful moments of care, visit www.philips.com/healthcare.

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