Annual awareness week promotes value of health IT in improving
patient safety, healthcare quality.Health
2.0 Fall Conference, September 29 - October 2 - CEO Alan Portela
will demonstrate the power of AirStrip
ONETMduring the leading showcase of
cutting-edge innovation that's transforming health and health care.
mHealth Summit, December 8 – 11 – Chief Transformation Officer
Matt Patterson will speak on the topic of enabling clinical
transformation through mobility at the largest mHealth-focused event
advancing collaboration in the use of wireless technology to improve
SAN ANTONIO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Mobile healthcare leader AirStripTM
is marking the critical role information technology plays in improving
care delivery by acting as a partner in National
Health IT (NHIT) WeekSeptember 16-20.
The NHIT Week theme “One Voice, One Vision: Transforming Health and
Care” highlights the power of technology to increase patient safety,
decrease medical errors, and strengthen the interaction between patients
and healthcare providers.
The participation in NHIT Week is a reflection of AirStrip’s ongoing
mission to advance mobility in health IT as a standard of care. In
addition to partnering with NHIT Week, the company will have a presence
at additional key health IT events in 2013:
These upcoming engagements come on the heels of a successful year for
AirStrip in driving innovation in the mHealth space, with numerous
accomplishments and ‘firsts,’ most notably:
In February, the company announced AirStrip ONETM, the
healthcare industry’s first complete enterprise-wide mobile
interoperability solution, with
Dignity Health as its first commercial implementation. AirStrip
ONE is unique in its ability to present clinicians with medical device
and patient monitoring data, along with historical and up-to-date EMR
data, for faster and better-informed clinical decision-making.
In honor of March Madness, AirStrip took home the top prize in MedCity
News' Sweet 16 Mobile Health App Tournament for AirStrip ONE’s
broad range of capabilities and support of multiple devices and
In June, AirStrip became the
first medical device mobility solution certified to comply with
the security requirements by the Department of Defense Information
Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) by the
United States Air Force, ensuring that AirStrip applications meet
stringent Department of Defense security requirements.
In July, AirStrip became the first mHealth company to join the
Microsoft AppsForSurface program, with a plan to launch AirStrip
ONETM Cardiology on Windows 8.1-enabled mobile devices,
as well as laptops and desktops, to give healthcare providers a
seamless user experience regardless of the device they are using.
CEO Alan Portela testified June 27 before the U.S. House Health
and Technology Subcommittee, where he called on The U.S. Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) to immediately release the final Mobile Medical
Applications guidance document to protect the integrity of the mHealth
This month, AirStrip announced a
strategic partnership with Samsung that will include the
development and optimization of AirStrip ONE on Samsung tablets with
Android and Windows 8.1 operating systems, as well as convertible and
All-in-One desktop and laptop PCs with touch screens. AirStrip is also
one of the first enterprise clinical mobility solution providers to
join the Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program (SEAP).