Verizon Taps Carematix, Sonicu for Healthcare Partnership Program; Rich Black Comments

VerizonLogoMedical device makers Carematix and Sonicu have joined a Verizon program to offer machine-to-machine technology for healthcare providers to manage care delivery.

Verizon partners have access to the company’s wireless communication networks that will work to help resolve information technology issues, Verizon said Wednesday.

Rich Black, vice president of healthcare services at Verizon, said the partner program aims to drive adoption of machine-to-machine wireless offerings in the marketplace.

Carematix uses the Verizon platform to support clinical trials worldwide and bolster drug research and development efforts.

Sonicu offers customers a data monitoring system designed to measure sound, temperature, vibration and humidity in neonatal intensive care units.

Other Verizon program partners include Zipit Wireless and VGo Communications Inc.

Filed in: Healthcare IT Tags: , , , , , ,

You might like:

Verizon’s Maria Montenegro: Shipping, Distribution Industry Turning to Cloud Verizon’s Maria Montenegro: Shipping, Distribution Industry Turning to Cloud
Lee Hicks: Verizon Expands its 100 Gigabit Ethernet Service Across the U.S. Lee Hicks: Verizon Expands its 100 Gigabit Ethernet Service Across the U.S.
Verizon, Unisys Form Public Cloud Hosting Partnership Verizon, Unisys Form Public Cloud Hosting Partnership
Dean Allemang: Health IT Industry Needs to Change Tech Expectations Dean Allemang: Health IT Industry Needs to Change Tech Expectations

Leave a Reply

Submit Comment

© 2014 ExecutiveBiz. All rights reserved.

A Digest of ExecutiveBiz's Daily Coverage of GovCon

  • Executive Analysis
  • Technology & Innovation
  • Business

Sign up for the ExecutiveBiz Digest