Numera in the News
Nortek Security & Control Launches Health & Wellness Cloud Platform for Proactive Care Management
Extending on the success of the Numera Libris mobile personal safety and emergency response solution, Nortek Security & Control delivers new EverThere Health & Wellness service allowing care teams to proactively track, interact and engage with seniors and those living with chronic conditions..
Nortek Security & Control Acquires Health and Wellness Technology
Business from Numera
Technology-Focused Transaction Positions Nortek to Better Serve the Growing Demand for Mobile Personal Safety and Telehealth Solutions.
ACOs driving interest in personal emergency response systems
In this podcast, CEO Tim Smokoff discusses interoperability between EHRs and home-monitoring devices, as well as overall trends in personal emergency response technology and adoption.
Case in Point
Going Mobile: How Medical Technology is Evolving as Boomers Age by Tim Smokoff, Numera CEO
Here’s a look at three recent health related trends that are already making an impact on the healthcare industry and its expansion beyond current standards – a shift that is occurring to meet the demand for better quality care in the era of aging demographics and healthcare reform.
Mobile Emergency Response Devices Not Only for the Elderly: Numera
Medical devices such as the Libris can connect to Bluetooth sensors to manage chronic conditions, and the market will expand to younger users, according to Numera.
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Video: Numera’s Tony Titus on PERS
mHIMSS profiles Numera Libris and AT&T agreement to market mobile home telehealth-PERS solution for active seniors and those with chronic conditions.
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Many changes converge to give new care models a push
Numera Libris fits into new telehealth landscape.
Security System News
Numera CEO sees mobile PERS, home security as ‘natural’ fit
For Numera Corp. CEO Tim Smokoff, home security and mobile health monitoring are part of the same “natural conversation,” one that holds the promise of increased RMR for security companies as telehealth gains traction in the marketplace.
“Mobile devices are a primary way patients communicate everyday, so it’s a natural progression that they’ll use their smartphones as a primary tool in managing their care and wellness on a daily basis,” stated Tim Smokoff, CEO of Numera.
The concept of ‘social health’ is a growing segment of the eHealth industry, and with social being inherently mobile these days, part of the mHealth revolution as well.