GE to distribute QuietCare monitoring systems globally
This article was originally published in Clinica
US telecare firm Living Independently has signed up GE Healthcare as the global distributor of its QuietCare remote patient monitoring system. The deal sees GE distribute and co-market the technology in exchange for a minority ownership stake in New York-based Living Independently. Full financial details of the agreement were not disclosed. QuietCare is a behavioural remote patient monitoring system, used in the care of elderly patients. According to GE, the technology’s wireless sensors non-intrusively track the daily patterns of patients’ activities and alerts clinicians to potential health issues or emergency situations.
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