HealthGO supports data capture from almost any connected device and securely transfers data through cellular services, making it ideal for users in North America and Europe
Mountain View, California, USA – Based on its recent analysis of the home health monitoring and connected care market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes eDevice with the 2017 North American and European Frost & Sullivan Award for Enabling Technology Leadership. eDevice’s desire to improve remote care delivery by leveraging cutting-edge information technology has resulted in an affordable, end-to-end remote patient monitoring (RPM) solution called HealthGO. With this product, eDevice has demonstrated a remarkable understanding of the importance of empowering both patients and care providers in order to transform the quality of healthcare outcomes.
eDevice’s HealthGO is an integrated, comprehensive RPM platform with secure device connectivity and a network gateway that efficiently acquires and transfers patient-generated data. The HealthGO product range is compatible with the latest Bluetooth standards. Through secure pairing and unpairing with healthcare devices, it can acquire data such as blood pressure, SpO2, weight, glucose and more.
Acquired medical data is automatically transmitted to caregivers over cellular networks. eDevice, as a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), provides HealthGO with universal SIM cards, allowing to connect to multiple network carriers, and enabling seamless worldwide connectivity for patients.
Ranging from RPM platforms to cellular gateways, eDevice’s technology is used by leading medical equipment manufacturers such as Medtronic, Philips Healthcare and Honeywell Life Care Solutions, to present solutions for healthcare data acquisition & secure data transfer.
“eDevice has witnessed unparalleled commercialization success in some of the key regional markets of the world because of its innovative product range and value proposition,” said Frost & Sullivan Industry Analyst Dinesh Kumar. “It registered 150+% growth in 2015 and in 2016, with 99.8% export outside of France. A key competitive advantage of eDevice is that it can work with clients using FDA/CE Class I, Class II, or Class III systems.”
eDevice has the technology expertise to help medical device manufacturers of products such as pacemakers, infusion pumps, and dialysis machines, in their quick transition to connected care by using proven technology and infrastructure. Furthermore, eDevice was ranked in the top 100 most profitable small and medium enterprises in France in 2016.
“eDevice has footprints in 120 countries, its technology has already been embedded in more than 3 million products, and its solutions presently connect over 500,000 patients” noted Dinesh. “Its single-solution offering for all business models ensure tremendous flexibility for end users, while its versatility and post-sales customer support differentiate the company in an increasingly crowded landscape.”
Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents this award to a company that has developed a pioneering technology that not only enhances current products, but also enables the development of newer products and applications. The award recognizes the high market acceptance potential of the recipient’s technology.
“We are extremely proud to be acknowledged as the leader of our industry” declares Marc Berrebi, co-founder of eDevice. “This award is recognition of the fantastic work achieved by our team over the last few years.” adds Stéphane Schinazi, the other co-founder.
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eDevice is the leading provider of connected care solutions. For fifteen years, market leaders have relied on eDevice to provide solutions that securely transmit medical data between their patients and their systems, with hundreds of thousands of connected patients to date.
eDevice is the only company able to offer all the necessary components for the deployment of global connectivity solutions in a medical-regulated environment: medical hubs, worldwide cellular services, secure and interoperable cloud infrastructure, data and traffic management portals, medical front-end for patients and care management.
Dedicated to quality, eDevice’s solutions are ISO-9001 and ISO-13485 certified and include FDA listed devices.
Through partnerships with technology leaders, the company brings innovative and reliable connectivity solutions to medical device manufacturers and currently connects more than 500,000 patients across the globe.
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