CareView Communications and IASIS Healthcare sign multi-hospital agreement

Published on December 10, 2012 at 9:55 AM · No Comments

CareView Communications, Inc. ("CareView" or the "Company") (OTCQB: CRVW), an information technology provider to the healthcare industry, today announced the signing of a multi-hospital agreement with IASIS Healthcare, a leading owner and operator of acute care hospitals in urban and suburban markets ("IASIS"). Following the successful conclusion of a six-month pilot installation of the CareView System™ in several IASIS facilities, this new agreement initiates the CareView rollout in select beds throughout the rest of the IASIS system, which includes 20 hospitals and more than 4,400 licensed beds.

“After achieving such demonstrable results, IASIS intends to use CareView's full suite of services including nursing modules, that facilitate and monitor rounding, BedView™, which facilitates patient flow, and patient-centric modules like MovieView™ that enhance the overall patient experience.”

"The use of Virtual Bed Rails™, Virtual Chair Rails™ and the extensive Falls Management Program has proven to be an important resource within our hospitals' ongoing commitments to continually improve patient safety. Beyond that, CareView's other products, which span a multitude of clinical as well as non-clinical disciplines, have helped to increase our hospitals' overall efficacy and patient satisfaction," said IASIS Healthcare Vice President of Clinical Operations, Tedd Adair. "After achieving such demonstrable results, IASIS intends to use CareView's full suite of services including nursing modules, that facilitate and monitor rounding, BedView™, which facilitates patient flow, and patient-centric modules like MovieView™ that enhance the overall patient experience."

Steve Johnson, CareView's President, stated, "The results of our pilot agreement clearly demonstrated the success that both IASIS and CareView were anticipating. The successful conclusion of the study and the signing of this new agreement is the first step in our long-term relationship. We are confident that our products and services will help positively change how healthcare and ancillary services are provided in the future and look forward to working with IASIS to achieve a wide variety of patient enhancements and hospital savings."

CareView Communications, Inc.

 

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