CareView Communications, an information technology provider to the healthcare industry, is the creator of a proprietary high-speed data network system designed to operate throughout a healthcare facility's existing cable television infrastructure. The company today said it has inked an agreement with Monrovia Memorial Hospital in southern California to supply the hospital with the CareView system.
CareView's Room Control Platform and related software applications provide real-time bedside monitoring and point-of-care video monitoring and recording to improve patient safety. Ron Kupferstein, CEO of Monrovia, said the technology is complementary to the hospital's mission.
"We recently completed a total renovation of our hospital. We believe the installation of the CareView System will help us maintain our vision of being a hospital where technology meets compassion and patients always come first," Kupferstein stated in the press release.
CareView has already installed its systems in several hospitals in southern California as part of its strategy to extend its market reach, and the company plans to launch an aggressive marketing campaign in September, targeting the southern region of the state.
Samuel A. Greco, CareView's CEO, said the company has received favorable results and feedback from its current customer base and that several well-respected hospitals have expressed their intent to utilize the company's technology.
"Over the past couple of years, our CareView System has proven very successful based on the positive feedback we have received from our participating hospital groups. It is now time for us to demonstrate that our technology is a necessary component in every hospital's plan to deliver quality healthcare to patients in the safest environment possible," Greco stated.
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