Preventice®   collaborates with leading institutions across the healthcare spectrum in order to engage patients and improve outcomes.

Avery Dennison Medical Solutions

Preventice leverages MetriaWearable Sensor Technology from Avery Dennison Medical Solutions for the development of mobile health applications and patient monitoring systems. Avery Dennison's patch-based wearable sensor and user interface for the Preventice Care Platform will allow the joint solution to create a real-time continuous connection between patients and healthcare providers.
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Mayo Clinic

Preventice and Mayo Clinic are working together to introduce health applications based on cloud computing and mobile phone technology. Together the two companies leverage smart phone and other mHealth technologies to improve doctor-patient collaboration with the potential to reduce costs to the healthcare system.
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Preventice and Merck work closely to develop world-class medical applications. Merck drives Preventice to focus on the importance of adherence and engaging patients to take ownership of their own care.
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Mihealth offers Preventice mobile health and patient monitoring technologies as part of its overall digital technology service offerings. Mihealth Global Systems Inc. of Toronto, is an emerging leader in personalized healthcare communications delivering applications designed to send and receive secure messages from patients to physicians' offices. Mihealth has developed the first patient owned, doctor validated online health summary that is accessible from a personal computer, a smart phone and multiple tablet devices.
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Milner Fenwick

Preventice and Milner Fenwick are partnering to improve patient education and directly impact health outcomes both in clinical settings and wherever the patient may be. Together the two companies have combined mobile computing platforms with prescribable educational videos into a solution called HealthClips Rx. Care team members have the ability to quickly create and customize educational "health playlists" from over 450 titles via the Preventice Care Platform. Customized, on-demand content is then delivered and tracked through mobile and Internet-connected devices.
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Monebo is a leading provider of technology, which monitors, analyzes, and interprets the electrical signals of the human heart. Preventice and Monebo are partnering to integrate Monebo’s technology into the BodyGuardian Remote Monitoring System. This significantly enhances the ability of the system to identify and report on a patient’s cardiac health.
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Preventice and Liaison are partnering to ensure that the patient data collected via the Preventice remote monitoring systems, is fully integrated with and captured by the patients electronic health record (EHR). This ensures that the patient's care team can then access the data to inform their diagnosis and treatment plan.
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Qualcomm Life

Preventice's remote patient monitoring systems can leverage the Qualcomm Life's 2net Platform in order to provide chronic care patients with multiple remote connectivity options. The 2net Platform provides an alternative wireless access mechanism that allows providers to cost-effectively assess their patients' health and behaviors at any time.
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Samsung Mobile, one of the world’s largest providers of telecommunications products and technologies, has made a commitment to collaborating with health technology companies in an effort to develop for its leading consumer devices new use cases that ultimately improve the quality of patients’ lives. Samsung provides mobile phones for Prevenitice's BodyGuardian Remote Monitoring System (RMS)TM. Patient data is captured using a small wearable sensor and delivered via Bluetooth communication to a dedicated Galaxy S II smartphone.
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STMicroelectronics and Preventice are partnering to develop remote patient monitoring devices for specific clinical needs. The two companies are currently collaborating, along with Mayo Clinic, on the development of the BodyGuardian Remote Patient Monitoring System, a remote wireless device that is capable of monitoring a person's unique physiologic parameters with the capability to alert their medical provider about potential problems.
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