It’s a great opportunity for us to demonstrate the rugged and portable Allerio Mobile Hub and its easy operation. All paramedics have to do is push the one button to turn it on, connect to the cloud and enable the sharing of rich patient data to help save more lives
DULUTH, Minn. (PRWEB) March 04, 2020
Allerio is a smart mobile connectivity platform to enable first responders in the field to reliably record, share and transmit critical patient data quickly at the point of care and in transit. This lifesaving technology will be featured at this highly regarded industry convention focusing on breakthrough technology and innovation for first responders.
This will be the first year Allerio will exhibit its cutting-edge technology for first responders at EMS Today in Tampa, FL March 2-6. At the conference, Allerio will be demonstrating the Mobile Hub, a portable solution that prioritizes access to 3 major LTE networks in the field, works so that first responders can be “always-on” anywhere, anytime, for coverage that just works.
“EMS personnel are seeking innovative products and services on the market to transform patient care. This event acts as the global stage for the latest technology that they need, and we’re looking forward to be a part of the solution,” said Allerio CEO TJ Kennedy. “It’s a great opportunity for us to demonstrate the rugged and portable Allerio Mobile Hub and its easy operation. All paramedics have to do is push the one button to turn it on, connect to the cloud and enable the sharing of rich patient data to help save more lives,” he added.
EMS Today, produced by JEMS, attracts 4,600+ EMS professionals from around the world, 200+ CEH opportunities and the most innovative products and services available to the industry displayed by over 250 exhibiting companies.
“We are excited to partner with the creative thought leaders at EMS Today to enhance their customer experience with a more robust and expansive connectivity solution,” said Todd York, Allerio Account Executive. “With CMS ready to launch its ET3 payment model this spring, we look forward to providing participating EMS agencies with this tool to improve their telehealth capabilities,” he continued.
The Allerio Mobile Hub will be displayed at the following booths at the conference: Phillps: #821, ImageTrend: #1313, Zoll: #601, and Pulsara: #927. Visit us as http://www.allerio.com to learn more.
Allerio's smart connectivity solutions for EMS agencies, healthcare professionals, and hospitals provide a reliable communication platform to facilitate the exchange of critical patient information and data from the field to the hospital. Through an easy to use, one-button interface, Allerio gives EMS personnel an efficient and secure platform to connect devices and transmit rich data on its “Mobile Hub,” whether at the point of care or in an ambulance, ensuring patient data is delivered in real-time. Allerio is headquartered in Duluth, Minnesota with satellite offices spanning the U.S., including production facilities in Madison Heights, Michigan. Visit us at http://www.allerio.com and follow us on social media