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QMedic

Simple, smart medical alert service to support care at home


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QMedic awarded $1.5 Million in new NIH funding
May 5, 2016
Sept. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- MIT startup QMedic has received $1.5 Million in new funding from the NIH to scale its proactive medical alert service, which helps health plans keep high-risk individuals out of the emergency room and in the home. This new funding brings QMedic's total NIH funding to $4.5 Million.
Choosing the Right Medical Alert System For Yourself or a Loved One
April 28, 2016
“We have several favorites,” she says. “Bay Alarm Medical, Medical Guardian, and QMedic are all proven companies with excellent customer service and solid products."
Recommended Medical Alert Systems- The Senior List
January 7, 2015
This smart little unit can alert when a user is not wearing the device, when they fail to get out of bed, and when they are inactive for extended periods of time. The Senior List® reviewed the QMedic and gave it a test drive in our home lab. It worked exceptionally well, and the staff was professional and accommodating (a great sign for a new company). $30 per month and no long-term contracts.
QMedic Review: One Smart Medical Alert | The Senior List
November 18, 2014
Update 3/15/16- QMedic's advanced monitoring service is currently on back-order. They still offer a basic PERS service, but their smart monitoring and customizable alert features are on hold until the release of their updated system. QMedic offers a traditional PERS bracelet or pendant with a button to push when help is needed.
National Cancer Institute funds pilot to test sensing, self-report tools
October 7, 2013
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has awarded $2.2 million in contracts to Boston-based mHealth startup QMedic to "create next-generation passive sensing and self-report tools...
Announcing the Finalists of the 2012 AWS Start-Up Challenge
January 10, 2013
3 finalists, Big Data & High Performance Computing Category: QMedic (USA) – A wearable sensing platform that monitors physical activity, sleep, and falls for older adults...
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