News | February 27, 2015

AirStrip, Life Monitor Partner to Launch AirStrip Solutions in Australia and New Zealand

Distribution agreement includes AirStrip ONE mobile interoperability platform, Sense4Baby wireless fetal/maternal monitoring system

AirStrip ONE, Life Monitor, Australia, New Zealand, Sense4Baby, mobile

February 27, 2015 — AirStrip and Life Monitor Pty Ltd. announced the formation of a strategic partnership to sell AirStrip solutions in Australia and New Zealand. Both the AirStrip ONE mobile interoperability platform and the Sense4Baby wireless fetal/maternal monitoring system will be available as part of the agreement.

Life Monitor streamlines connectivity across the healthcare sector, providing the Ideal Life Operating platform and associated peripheral devices to enable clients to remotely manage health and wellness at home, especially for chronic disease management. The AirStrip ONE/Life Monitor partnership will provide complete interoperability with inpatient and outpatient medical records, live patient data from a wide variety of medical devices and secure communication between care team members, all within a single user experience.

For more information: www.airstrip.com

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