Affinity Networks, Inc., a strategic advisory and systems integration firm delivering products and services to the healthcare, technology and homeland security industries. In addition to many other healthcare offerings, Affinity Networks launched IntelaCare, a cell and broadband phone based service that delivers multimedia healthcare content and applications to specific patient populations. The content is focused on patient education and adherence strategies to improve chronic disease self-management and increase patient pharmacy compliance; all to be documented in the patient’s PHR.
AliveCor aims to provide medical professionals, patients, and consumers worldwide with mobile-powered devices, data, and analysis to identify, prevent, and manage life-altering diseases from anywhere in the world.
Developer of the iPhone, iCard and Android wireless personal ECG devices, AliveCor’s credit card-sized wireless device is capable of turning iOS and Android smartphones and tablets into low-cost heart monitors that can be used by patients at home and by physicians and other healthcare providers in a clinical setting. This mobile ECG monitor, AliveCor’s first offering, provides physicians with an additional heart health assessment tool, one that is enhanced by the flexibility of mobile health technology.
Aventyn, Inc. is a health technology company committed to delivering innovative, standards based secure core to cloud Connected Clinical Information Processing solutions and services with lower healthcare delivery cost, improved quality and increased patient safety. Our CLIP®Care clinical information solutions with CareLock™ health information security and integrated wireless bio-sensor capability enables continuity of care anytime, anywhere. Vitalbeat™ integrated chronic disease management solutions are patient personalized and tailored for home and remote monitoring, case and community health management.
When your body talks, BodyMedia listens. BodyMedia has been unlocking and deciphering secrets of the body since 1999. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, BodyMedia is the pioneer in developing wearable body monitoring systems designed to help people lose weight, improve performance, and lead healthier lives. Our patented multi-sensor technology provides continuous body-monitoring that tracks physical activity levels, calories expended and sleep patterns. What sets BodyMedia technology apart is our validated accuracy, our clinically proven outcomes and our FDA status as a Class II medical device.
Calgary Scientific is dedicated to providing web-enablement and advanced visualization solutions for medical imaging that improves the efficiency and quality of diagnosis made by imaging professionals. Calgary Scientific has a powerful portfolio of products that perform sophisticated image post processing, including tools for 2D, MIP/MPR and 3D, a suite of cardiac modules for both CT and MR, and vessel analysis.
Cambridge Consultants develops breakthrough products, creates and licenses intellectual property, and provides business consultancy in technology critical issues for clients worldwide. For 50 years, the company has been helping its clients turn business opportunities into commercial successes, whether they are launching first-to-market products, entering new markets or expanding existing markets through the introduction of new technologies.
Cambridge Temperature Concepts Limited (CTC) develops consumer telemedicine solutions to pressing healthcare needs. Founded in 2006 by scientists at the University of Cambridge in England, the company is now at the forefront of research and commercialisation of in-home patient care, saving patients, hospitals, insurers and the state millions of pounds annual in healthcare costs.
Cardiocom is a proven leader in Integrated Clinical Telehealth Services. Cardiocom has provided telehealth systems since 1999 and furnished 750,000+ patient months of telehealth services. Cardiocom is a world-class developer, manufacturer and clinical telehealth solutions provider with cutting-edge, yet user-friendly telemonitoring products and services.
CareFusion (NYSE: CFN) is a global corporation serving the health care industry with products and services that help hospitals measurably improve the safety and quality of care. The company develops market-leading technologies including AlarisR IV pumps, PyxisR automated dispensing and patient identification systems, AVEAR, AirLifeTM and LTVR series ventilation and respiratory products, ChloraPrepR products, MedMinedTM services for infection surveillance, NeuroCare neurological monitoring and diagnostic products, V. MuellerR surgical instruments, and an extensive line of products that support interventional medicine. CareFusion employs more than 15,000 people across its global operations.
The Case School of Engineering San Diego Programs, working with Qualcomm Life, offers a Graduate Certificate and Master of Science to support education and training of professionals and students in wireless health. Both offerings are course only, i.e., no thesis required. The onsite program is in San Diego; an online format is available worldwide. These graduate study programs combine theory and practice to cover the entire wireless health value chain, positioning students with exceptional multidisciplinary training for entering and advancing the emerging field of wireless health. A strong basis in fundamentals across the spectrum of requisite discipline is built through 6 topic-specific required courses. Each student further personalizes depth and breadth of study through selection of at least three courses from a menu of electives. Topics of safety, security and privacy, as well as policy and regulatory issues, are integrated throughout the curriculum. Students with engineering or physical science backgrounds are positioned well to complete these offerings. Students with clinical, health sciences or management backgrounds can also success if they have or are willing to gain the necessary background underpinning the engineering-centric courses.