Texas mobile health solutions firm AirStrip announced a new partnership with global technology giant Samsung Electronics (LON:BC94), planning to bring its mobile healthcare interoperability solutions to tablets and PCs in clinical settings.
AirStrip’s ONE platform provides security and interoperability services that the company says is the 1st and only solutions certified by the U.S. Air Force for meeting security standards for mobile medical devices.
AirStrip is among the 1st companies to work through Samsung’s Enterprise Alliance Program, which provides software development kits through which other companies can tap into security and other enhancements designed for healthcare uses. AirStrip plans to announce some of those settings in the near future, according to a company statement.
"Samsung’s innovative and wide-ranging product portfolio embraces a range of form factors and supports rapid, secure access to clinical information of all types," AirStrip CEO Alan Portela said in prepared remarks. "Samsung recognizes the need to create powerful technology that supports healthcare mobility in ways that can ultimately transform patient care, regardless of the device that clinicians are using."
AirStrip has been making the rounds at several of tech’s largest players. The company said earlier this year that it’s taking note of Microsoft’s new app initiative, designing programs for Microsoft’s Surface platform.