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Numera releases innovative HelathPort product based on VoIP and IP technology


Numera releases innovative HelathPort product based on VoIP and IP technology
Enterprise Numera has announced the launch of HealthPort, as dedicated innovative next-generation healthcare associated telecommunications hub. HealthPort is designed to backup so called telehealth networking for merely any individual in need, processing personal health data and information throughout cellular networks, residential broadband VoIP, and any configurations of phone lines.
The new application complements the enterprise’s wide spectrum of products of unsurpassed PC, mobile connectivity modes for telehealth, such as recently rolled out solution dubbed BlieLibris. HealthPort is ergonomically fit for completely independent provisioning of living management, chronic condition control, and operational processes of the Care Services. Product is specifically designed for intuitive use, with a simple, efficient algorithms for individuals to distribute health information on-line with their care team preventing all the massive installations of additional equipment or mobile devices. The features of new product are: differentiated connectivity options - analog and VoIP lines, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth. Solution also is related with the capability of simultaneous pairing of four wired pieces of equipment, and unlimited amount of wireless ones. Another option is its ability for distribute data to other family members by upload from a single server. System features highly graphical, intuitive use interface with a excellent resolution 3.5" color display. "The main focus of our products is to execute routine engagements, individual accountability and daily support for people, their next of keens and their care personnel in the proactive manner," said Tim Smokoff, CEO at Numera. "Delivering to our customers such affordable ways to manage and handle real-time health information without forcing them to buy more technology than the participants of the system need is essential factor enable massive adoption and getting quality outcomes. If the customers don't have smartphones or regular PC access, HealthPort becomes a relatively cheap alternative." "We have created the mode which presented much less like a medical tool and more like a turnkey electronic appliance to leverage daily engagement," explained Bill Reid, Numera's VP. "Another creation target was to embed multiple devices at the same time. Individuals living with diabetes, for instance, may have to monitor their current glucose indicators, weight and blood pressure. Our product makes management of all those measurements easy and in a handy way. Paired with our Numera Social engines and our partners' Care Management products, we have rolled out what we believe to be a direct and ultimate end-to-end application. We look forward to be able to back up any program and consumer technology level, and support multiple ways of interactive user engagement, participant support and operational feedback." The HealthPort is scheduled to be available for beta in June, with massive market release in the third quarter of 2012. Numera will be showcasing the product at ATA exposition in San Jose.


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