CellTrak Awarded Patent for Mobile Technology in Healthcare

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CellTrak Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of integrated mobile solutions for the home healthcare, hospice, and private duty market segments in healthcare, today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued Patent Number 8,019,622 to CellTrak. Titled “Home Health Point of Care and Administration System,” the 8,019,622 patent is directed to aspects of CellTrak’s mobile staff scheduling, tracking and travel management, electronic visit record and care plan administration, and communications systems.

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We regard the issuance of this patent as recognition of the quality of CellTrak’s innovation and service, commented Robert B. McCray, President and CEO of the Wireless Life Sciences Alliance

CellTrak Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of integrated mobile solutions for the home healthcare, hospice, and private duty market segments in healthcare, today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued Patent Number 8,019,622 to CellTrak. Titled “Home Health Point of Care and Administration System,” the 8,019,622 patent is directed to aspects of CellTrak’s mobile staff scheduling, tracking and travel management, electronic visit record and care plan administration, and communications systems.

First launched in 2006, the CellTrak mobile application for home and community care is widely used across North America by leading home healthcare, hospice, and private duty agencies. Today, tens of thousands of homecare professionals use the CellTrak solution to manage the care processes for more than 250,000 patients a day.

“We have been working with industry leaders to create a seamless, secure, scalable, reliable and redundant software-as-a-service mobile platform that connects with industry leading back-office scheduling/billing/payroll software systems to create an end-to-end solutions platform for our clients. We believe that the issuance of this initial patent will help spur mobile healthcare technology innovation for the entire healthcare sector and will help improve outcomes at the point of care,” shared Michael K. Wons, President and CEO of CellTrak Technologies.

As a leading provider of electronic visit verification solutions, CellTrak Technologies solves the four major problems facing home healthcare agencies; visit compliance, data collection and error reporting, mileage and time reimbursements and scheduling communication.

“CellTrak has long been a leader in mobile healthcare with their operational effectiveness solutions. We have showcased the Company in our conferences and regard the issuance of this patent as recognition of the quality of CellTrak’s innovation and service,” commented Robert B. McCray, President and CEO of the Wireless Life Sciences Alliance. “As a global trade association with a mission to improve access to care via wireless connectivity, the WLSA believes that CellTrak is an example of the value to be gained at the convergence of healthcare, consumer electronics and software.”

CellTrak Technologies has been a pioneer in the mobile healthcare solutions space since 2006 and continues to invest aggressively to enhance and further open the usage of mobile solutions platform on behalf of the industry.

About CellTrak Technologies
Founded in 2006, CellTrak Technologies, Inc. is the leading provider of integrated mobile solutions for the home healthcare, hospice, and private duty markets. Our patented software-as-a-service solutions run on GPS-enabled mobile devices via a homecare technology platform that automates workflow and reduces cost. Data is transmitted wirelessly to an internet site, making the data available real time and secure instantaneous integration is provided to the back-end clinical systems and the payer networks. Homecare aides have delivered millions of successful visits via CellTrak. For more information please visit: http://www.celltrak.com

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