Demand for Automated Health Stations Grows in Health Care Sector

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As the national health care debate continues, the private sector is creating innovative ways of utilizing health information technology to drive down costs, streamline processes and allow individuals to become more proactive in managing their own health. Because they accomplish all of these goals, Lifeclinic International’s new product line of automated self-testing health stations is rapidly increasing in popularity among retail pharmacies, corporate worksites and medical clinics.

As pharmacies and corporate wellness centers are evolving into a more expansive health care role, the need for interactive systems is rapidly growing

As the national health care debate continues, the private sector is creating innovative ways of utilizing health information technology to drive down costs, streamline processes and allow individuals to become more proactive in managing their own health. Because they accomplish all of these goals, Lifeclinic International’s new product line of automated self-testing health stations is rapidly increasing in popularity among retail pharmacies, corporate worksites and medical clinics.

“As pharmacies and corporate wellness centers are evolving into a more expansive health care role, the need for interactive systems is rapidly growing,” says Whitsun Lyttle, Lifeclinic Director of Sales and Marketing. Lyttle adds, “Our latest health stations are a time and resource asset; not only do our units measure blood pressure, but they offer a wide variety of other non-invasive tests, such as weight, body-fat, blood oxygen and BMI along with providing important health and OTC/Rx information based on testing outcomes; such as medication or food interactions, diabetes information, or healthy how-to interactive guides. These units can be configured to enable instant consultation with corporate wellness or pharmacy call centers. Users can also track and manage their biometric data securely via mobile devices or a Web browser and then forward it to the health care provider of their choice. All of this cutting-edge technology of interoperability is creating high demand for our Lifeclinic health stations.”

Lifeclinic will be exhibiting this technology at booth 1081 at The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) 2011 Annual Conference and Exhibition. The Conference will take place at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida, February 20- 24, 2011.

About HIMSS

Some 29,000 healthcare industry professionals and 900 exhibitors are expected to attend and discuss cutting-edge technology and innovative healthcare solutions designed to improve patient care. Key issues to be addressed at HIMSS11 include ARRA/meaningful use, emerging and enabling technologies, EMR implementation, privacy & security, quality and patient safety. Industry leading keynote speakers, more than 300 education sessions and innovative exhibits offering healthcare delivery solutions round out the conference. Visit the HIMSS11 Web site at http://www.himssconference.org for more information on the conference.

About Lifeclinic International, Inc.
Lifeclinic is the world’s largest supplier of commercial, automated, blood pressure monitors and health stations. Lifeclinic monitors can be found in over 30,000 pharmacies and 5,000 worksites, wellness centers, medical clinics and health clubs worldwide, performing 500 million blood pressure measurements annually. Lifeclinic monitors, health stations and management systems encourage individuals to take an active role in their healthcare and provide corporate management with tools to help reduce costs while improving the health of individual employees.

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