Regional news channel WGAL (Lancaster, PA) featured Daibetter, formerly Tempo Health, LLC, on the evening news on November 05, 2014, and focused on the innovation and impact this Aspire venture is making to the lives of Type 1 diabetic children, parents and doctors. News 8’s Mike Straub focused on Daibeter’s* work on wearables, doctor and parent information dashboards and the practical impact on the lives of diabetics.
You can view the newscast here – http://www.wgal.com/news/lancaster-technology-saves-lives-of-children-with-type1-diabetes/29571962
The news coverage generated substantial positive reactions in the Susquehanna Valley, as well as in-bound calls and emails, visits by potential new technology and telecommunications partners, and volunteers to participate in future Daibetter* trials. Viewers of the broadcast also received a sneak-preview of the new Daibetter* Acuity App for iOS being launched in December via the iTunes App Store.
Type I Diabetes Mellitus is an enormous and growing healthcare problem with costs to individual patients and society escalating exponentially every day which affects more than 350 million people worldwide.
*Daibetter, formerly Tempo Health, LLC
Lancaster, PA-based MedStatix, LLC (an Aspire venture) welcomes its newest integration partner, POS® Professional Office Services, who will resell MedStatix’s white labeled, cloud-based specialty-specific patient experience survey platform to its healthcare customers.
MedStatix is a healthcare technology company with a mission of empowering patients to tell their doctors about their healthcare experiences in real time so that doctors and administrators can immediately change what is not working and amplify what is.
POS® is a healthcare communications company offering practices a variety of digital and printed communication materials and solutions. For more than 40 years, POS® has helped practices improve the patient experience through improved patient communications.
An expert in Healthcare IT, MedStatix CEO Kim Ireland, is leading an initiative of “patients as partners” who actively collaborate in improving the quality of their healthcare. She shared, “By integrating the MedStatix platform into their services, POS® will be able to help thousands of patients find their voice and be heard by doctors and healthcare administrators. POS® can have a powerful impact on patient satisfaction by engaging primary care and specialty healthcare practices to survey their patients and continuously learn from and adapt to the real-time, ever-changing results.”
Mike Williams, President, POS Professional Office Services, said, “At POS, we see ourselves as healthcare partners in patient communication. Our partnership with MedStatix reinforces our belief that good communication is important during every stage of patient care. By offering practices an opportunity to survey patients, we are providing another valuable tool to practices to improve their patient experience.”