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Date:12/13/2011

nitoring usage of its wireless device. Patients would take an nSpire Health device home for the purpose of trialing new medical products, but would then often misuse it. With AT&T EOD service, nSpire Health can monitor usage, restrict or disable certain features, as well as deliver the data compiled from patients.
  • This capability allows nSpire Health to conduct medical monitoring, with proper controls, at a managed cost.
  • With AT&T's wireless network and EOD platform, nSpire Health is better positioned to provide its customers data integrity and offer a more efficient solution for capturing and transmitting that information.
  • "Patient trials of new drugs are a very important part of research and development processes for international pharmaceutical companies, as this helps them to create and market new drugs," said Chip Owen, Global Director of Clinical Trial Information Services for nSpire Health. "We knew we needed a cost-effective solution that moved as quickly as our customers do and maintained a high level of data accuracy and security – AT&T answered our call for flexibility in machine-to-machine services."

    To view how nSpire Health is utilizing AT&T's EOD platform, check out this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rM__wW9gM6Y.

    *AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc.

    About nSpire Health
    nSpire Health develops and manufactures respiratory care products and provides related services. The company is focused on cardiopulmonary diagnostics, respiratory clinical trial services, and disease management solutions designed to improve health care productivity while increasing the overall quality of patient care. nSpire Health is the exclusive provider of PiKo® home health monitors, PiKoLogic™ ePRO solutio
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