Singapore, South East Asia (PRWEB) July 25, 2016
myHealth Sentinel Pte Ltd (mHS), a leading cloud-based Telehealth Service Provider, is delighted to announce that it has been appointed as the exclusive distributor in Singapore, for the range of innovative, contact-free, continuous monitoring solutions developed by “EarlySense.”
EarlySense’s contactless monitoring solution consists of a proprietary, pressure sensitive sensor placed under a patient’s bed mattress, which continuously measures the minute vibrations produced by the patient’s heart rate, respiration and movement. This continuous stream of data is analyzed by advanced mathematical algorithms, which provides clinicians with advance warning of patient health deterioration as well as potential fall situations when the patient is attempting to exit the bed. The EarlySense products have been deployed in over 1,700 hospital beds globally and have received FDA, CE and HSA approval.
mHS’ “TeleMetrix+” (TM+) is the first commercial telehealth service to be clinically approved by a major Singapore public hospital for mainstream deployment to outpatients suffering from chronic conditions such as hypertension, diabetes and heart failure. Since 2014, TM+ has been successfully deployed by a number of major Singapore public hospitals to over 1500 outpatients for remote monitoring of their blood pressure, blood glucose and body weight.
“Singapore is renowned as a regional center of healthcare excellence, and is a key market for our solution,” said Yfat Scialom, VP, International Sales and Marketing at EarlySense. “We are pleased to collaborate with mHS and leverage its local expertise to bring our clinically-proven technology to medical facilities across the region.”
"We are delighted to be selected by EarlySense as its Singapore partner,” said Mr. William Chew, Managing Director and co-founder of myHealth Sentinel. “EarlySense’s monitoring technology is an ideal match for our suite of healthcare solutions, and together we can empower clinicians to provide enhanced levels of proactive care both within the hospitals as well as in patients’ homes.”