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FitBit and Cinterion Get Mobile Health Expo Award for Mobile Healthcare

30 October 2010 4,216 Views No Comment

The Mobile Health Expo, conference tracking the convergence of healthcare and mobile computing, announced 2010 winners. Congratulations to winners. Here is a full list –

Outstanding Contribution to the Growth and Success of Mobile Health
Akamai Technologies, Co-Founder, Dr. Thomas Leighton – Dr. Thomas Leighton, Professor at MIT, is co-founder of Akamai Technologies, a leading innovator in optimizing mobile and Web content. Dr. Leighton has been instrumental in creating technologies that allow for mobile healthcare content delivery, digital clinical trials, and EMRs.

Outstanding Contribution to the Growth and Success of Aging in Place using Mobile Health Technology
GrandCare Systems – GrandCare Systems allows the caregiver to remotely and passively monitor a loved-one without compromising dignity or privacy.

Outstanding Contribution to the Growth and Success of Management of the Healthcare Industry using Mobile Health Technology
Intelligent InSites – Intelligent InSites is a provider of real-time enterprise visibility and automation solutions for the healthcare industry.

Best Innovation in Mobile Health Technology for Patient Safety
PatientKeeper – PatientKeeper is a provider of physician information technology that works with hospitals and physicians to deliver solutions that drive efficient operations and a higher standard of patient care.

Best Contribution to the Growth and Success of Medical Content using Mobile Health Technology
Skyscape, a wholly owned subsidiary of Physicians Interactive Holdings
Skyscape delivers customizable content by specialty to medical professionals directly at point of care.

Outstanding Contribution to the Growth and Success of Nursing and Mobile Health Communications
Voalte – Voalte provides technology solutions for hospital paging systems, nurse calls systems and wireless patient monitoring to improve hospital communications.

Outstanding Contribution to the Growth and Success of Disease Management using Mobile Health Technology
WellDoc – WellDoc is a healthcare company that uses technology to improve disease management outcomes and reduce health care costs.

Best Mobile Healthcare Devices (five winners total)
FitBit – FitBit makes the FitBit Tracker, which measures the intensity and duration of physical activities via 3D sensors, and synchs with a fitness and nutrition tracking web site.

healthimo and CINTERION
CINTERION partnered with healthimo to bring wireless mobile capability to the GlucoMON device and the diabetes education platform.

Mobisante – Mobisante is building highly portable, affordable, and connected ultrasound systems that are based on a smart phone.

Motorola – Motorola has developed the DS6878-HC, a cordless 2D imager that extends the access of critical information to the point-of-care with the highest levels of reliability and performance.

Philips Respironics and CINTERION
Philips Respironics partnered with CINTERION to bring wireless mobile capability for the first time to a sleep apnea treatment solution.

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