For Immediate Release:
GrandCare received an award from the Mobile Health Expo 2010 for the following category: Outstanding Contribution to the Growth and Success of Aging in Place using Mobile Health Technology.
GrandCare Systems combines aspects of home automation, smart home technology, brain fitness and cognitive assists, social networking, standard virtual communications, digital photo frame technology and 2-way video chat to provide the ultimate in-home experience for an individual who prefers to stay independent, connected and healthy at home.
The awards ceremony took place at the Caesars Palace Convention Center in Las Vegas on Thursday, October 21, where GrandCare founder, Charlie Hillman, accepted the Mobile Health Award.
“I am thrilled to see the industry is challenging itself to come up with better, more cost-effective ways to enable our loved ones to stay independent at home”, said Hillman. “I applaud the Mobile Health Expo for bringing attention to solutions like GrandCare, where we can do well while doing good.”
“The Mobile Health Expo 2010 Award winners represent companies and individuals who have had a profound impact on advancing the convergence of mobile technology and healthcare,” said Wendy Thomas, founder and CEO of Mobile Health Expo. “GrandCare Systems and the other award winners have set a high standard for creating and delivering mobile healthcare solutions now and in the future.”
About GrandCare Systems:
GrandCare Systems is a complete communication, cognition, socialization, activity of daily living and tele-wellness assessment system that can allow active, independent individuals the freedom to stay home. For more information or to located an authorized GrandCare dealer near you, please visit: http://www.grandcare.com or call 262-338-6147
About Mobile Health Expo
Mobile Health Expo™ is the only event focusing on the convergence of mobile technology and healthcare across the entire mobile health ecosystem, including mHealth, telemedicine, wireless and connected health, and e-patient. Mobile Health Expo is designed to catalyze the discussions, partnerships, visions and public policy debates to move mobile health into the future. The event will focus on eight market drivers: aging at home, disease management, mobile health in the military, health inclusion™ for developed and developing countries, provider education, patient education, healthcare gaming, and mobile wallets and benefits management. The event will take place October 19-21, 2010 at the Caesar’s Palace Convention Center. For more information, visit http://www.mobilehealthexpo.com