Omaha, NE (PRWEB) December 03, 2013
HealthInterlink®, a leading provider of remote patient monitoring software applications, will be exhibiting their newest version of Beacon® Clinical Care Access 1.0 at the 2013 mHealth Summit in Booth #928 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in Washington D.C. from December 8-11.
Beacon, HealthInterlink’s flagship product, incorporates FDA cleared, wireless patient monitoring devices and a gateway device, (e.g. tablet or smart phone) which transmits physiological data, answers to questions, and messages to Beacon Clinical Care Access 1.0 (Beacon CCA) for review by healthcare providers. Beacon CCA is a flexible and intuitive software application that helps clinicians prioritize patient care, allow for early intervention and facilitates communication with patients in their home.
HealthInterlink will be exhibiting in Booth #928. There, visitors will have the opportunity to see a demo of Beacon, as well as several of the new updates to Beacon CCA, including:
These new features came as a direct result of HealthInterlink’s customer feedback. “I’m delighted with the updates to Beacon CCA and the added functionality it brings. It shows our commitment to our customers’ needs and our desire to continually enhance and improve our remote patient monitoring software. We are always striving for better outcomes and value for patients and providers,” said Danna Kehm, Managing Director at HealthInterlink.
To learn more, visit http://www.HealthInterlink.com or contact us at info(at)healthinterlink(dot)com to request a demonstration.
HealthInterlink is an innovative medical software company specializing in remote patient monitoring. Our mission is to provide the most flexible, cost-effective solutions for the collection and delivery of remote health information. Our flagship product, Beacon, is a flexible, intuitive software application that monitors, communicates and manages patients in their homes easily and effectively. Beacon incorporates FDA cleared, wireless patient monitoring devices and a gateway device (e.g. tablet or smart phone) which transmits physiological data, answers to questions, and messages to healthcare providers.