Mobile health company AirStrip landed a major contract to provide interoperability solutions to MedStar Health, the largest healthcare provider in Maryland the Washington D.C. region.
MedStar plans to outfit its maternity wards with AirStrip’s products, and the companies are also working on integrating MedStar’s enhanced cardiac diagnostic visualizations into AirStrip ONE.
Four of medtech’s biggest firms agreed to offer peripheral stents at specialized prices to members of SharedClarity, an organization formed through the alliance of some of the country’s largest health insurance and care providers.
MASSDEVICE ON CALL — A pair of California healthcare companies are teaming up to outfit a suite of ambulances and mobile medical teams with Google Glass, allowing first responders to collaborate with hospitals while en route with emergency patients.
Mobile communications provider CrowdOptic teamed up with medical transport provider ProTransport-1 to deploy the Google Glass broadcasting solution, which the companies hope will improve patient care as well as benefit documentation systems.