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April 11, 2005

New technology delivers blood clot information to healthcare facilities

Santa Barbara, California-based Roaming Messenger is providing its mobile messaging technology to medical services provider HealthTracer, which is currently developing a system to deliver blood clotting disease information to healthcare facilities.

By CBR Staff Writer

HealthTracer said it is working with a pharmaceutical manufacturer of blood clotting agents to create a platform that manages and delivers patient information to facilities treating sufferers of blood clots, in an effort to encourage faster prescriptions and diagnosis. It intends to use technology from Roaming Messenger to enable this application to manage patient medical information instantly over wired and wireless devices.

In addition, HealthTracer hopes to deploy Roaming Messenger to facilitate communication between various patient stakeholders, such as relatives, physicians and specialists, in a real-time information network.

Roaming Messenger said its technology creates alert scenarios that can be installed on patients’ smart phones which launch pre-programmed messages to alert family members and medical care providers. This information can also be delivered to personal and mobile devices like cell phones, laptops tablets, PDAs, personal PCs and servers.

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