News & Updates

Connect America Appoints New Chief Medical Officer

Connect America Appoints New Chief Medical Officer

As Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Mike Cantor will provide insights into connected health strategy, guide product innovation, and work closely with partners to expand virtual care in the home and improve quality and efficiency for providers, payers and other healthcare partners.
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Personal Emergency Response Systems Are More Than Just Fall Detection

Personal Emergency Response Systems Are More Than Just Fall Detection

In the last issue of PERS Insider, Rosemary Kennedy, Connect America’s Chief Health Informatics Officer, was featured, offering new stats that demonstrated how PERS is being used for much more than just fall detection. In addition to falls, PERS devices were widely utilized for individuals with respiratory, pain, GI, cardiac, and stroke-related symptoms.
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Connect America Named to AVIA Marketplace’s Top Remote Patient Monitoring Companies

Connect America Named to AVIA Marketplace’s Top Remote Patient Monitoring Companies

Connect America, a nationally recognized innovator in virtual connective care solutions in the home that enable older adults and those living with chronic conditions to live safe and well, announced today that it was recognized as a Top Company in Remote Patient Monitoring upon conclusion of extensive research and company outreach by AVIA Marketplace, the leading digital health marketplace.
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Best Company Announces the Top 28 Companies to Watch in 2023

Best Company Announces the Top 28 Companies to Watch in 2023

Connect America was recently featured on the Best Company list of Top 28 Companies to Watch in 2023. This list showcases businesses that exhibit significant promise in several key areas including strong financial performance, introduction of innovative products and/or services, exceptional focus on customers, as well as influential leadership and exceptional talent.
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Improving Patient Experience for Seniors

Improving Patient Experience for Seniors

Connective care technology supports aging in place for seniors. It provides easy connectivity, enhances security, empowers health management, promotes social connection, and reduces costs. Seniors can embrace telehealth and other devices like smart home devices, wearables, and personal emergency response systems (PERS) to stay connected and independent.
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