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Caregility and Iron Bow Healthcare Solutions Announce Partnership

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Caregility, a clinical collaboration and communications company moving the access point of care closer to the patient, announces a partnership with Iron Bow Healthcare Solutions, a leading technology solutions provider to healthcare, government and commercial markets. The partnership will make Caregility’s UHEtelehealth platform software available through Iron Bow’s MedView and CLINiC virtual care endpoints, bringing health system clients a complete telehealth solution that includes purpose-built tools for virtual patient observation.

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Iron Bow’s MedView couples with existing in-patient room infotainment screens to deliver enterprise telehealth capabilities to each patient bedside. The CLINiC is configured specifically for patient observation when an existing monitor may not be available in the room. Units include a zoom camera with infrared illumination and automatic activation in low light conditions. The endpoints support Caregility’s iObserver software to enable visual viewing of up to 12 at-risk patients on a single, central monitoring system. This system adds a second layer of support for patients and clinical staff, reducing adverse events while optimizing scarce resources.

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The companies worked together to enable Caregility’s software to be installed on Iron Bow’s devices including features such as far-end camera control and the ability to monitor aspects of the device’s performance.

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“We are honored to be a partner with such a prestigious organization as Iron Bow,” said Michael Brandofino, Caregility’s President and COO. “Our partnership with Iron Bow represents the first time we have enabled another company’s devices to be able to work with our platform and we are excited to work closely with Iron Bow to expand our opportunity to help providers leverage virtual care.”

“We share the common goal with Caregility to help our customers expand the use of virtual care in order to improve patient outcomes,” said Scott Sanner, General Manager for Iron Bow Healthcare and Civilian Agencies. “Our combined expertise and focus on the healthcare space along with Caregility’s growing popularity in both the commercial and federal space makes them a perfect partner for us.”

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