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QMedic Awarded "Best Medical Alert System for Compliance and Activity Monitoring 2019" by Caring.comNovember 30, 2019
"QMedic devices are more than just emergency call buttons. The devices actively monitor users’ activity levels, sleep patterns, and compliance (whether they’ve been wearing the device) to give caregivers, friends, and family a clear picture of their loved one’s wellness. The stats are updated on the Caregiver Dashboard so caregivers can watch for patterns in their loved one’s behavior and make sure they are actually wearing their device."
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Veteran broadcaster John Williams has had firsthand experience with QMedic's medical alert systems and is sharing his thoughts on QMedic during live broadcasts of the John Williams Show on WGN Radio. You can listen via WGN Radio via their radio broadcast, podcasts, website stream or using your smart speaker.
The Bottom Line: QMedic remains one of our top recommended systems for the ease of use, simplicity of high tech equipment and additional activity tracking not common with other medical alert products.
QMedic Named One of the "Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America" by Entrepreneur Magazine's 2016 Entrepreneur 360™ ListOctober 26, 2016
"We are honored to be recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the top private companies in America," said QMedic CEO Sombit Mishra. "Our mission is to improve care delivery for low-income older adults in the home. The Affordable Care Act has given rise to unprecedented opportunities to support this mission—it is our responsibility as entrepreneurs to architect the solutions that drive access, affordability and simplicity for consumers"...
Sombit Mishra is the Founder and CEO of QMedic, a modern medical alert service that helps members get the right services at the right time. We sat down with Sombit to learn about the capabilities of today’s medical alert systems—and also to see what’s in store for the future of this industry...
This new funding brings QMedic's total NIH funding to $4.5 Million. The team also added two healthcare veterans—Dr. Hari Sundram from Welltok and Gail Miller from Humana—to accelerate growth.
Tunstall Healthcare Group, the world leader in remote care and safety monitoring, has entered into a reseller agreement with QMedic, via its US subsidiary, Tunstall Americas. Under the terms of the agreement, Tunstall will distribute QMedic, an award winning and innovative home-based health and activity monitoring solution, through Tunstall’s nationwide network of local health care service providers.
QMedic, a leader in power-efficient wearable computing and proactive medical alert services for high-risk patients, has been selected as a 2015 TiE50 Top Startup in the Internet of Things category...
Two years ago we published a very popular post that included a list of traditional (in-home) medical alert systems. In addition to the list, we provided reviews of those medical alert systems so readers could compare and contrast. Since that time, the medical alert arena has changed. Companies have come and gone, and thankfully we have new medical alert options like mobile devices, and even smartphone apps to consider.
StartUp Health, a global platform accelerating health and wellness innovation, showcased a broad spectrum of digital health companies during the New Venture Healthcare Challenge, which kicked off the Cleveland Clinic Medical Innovation Summit on October 14-16 in Cleveland, OH. […] QMedic Wins Future of Medicine Award.
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 to enhance clinical interventions for at-risk patients," according to an announcement.
According to the AARP, for the next 18 years, baby boomers in the U.S. will be reaching retirement age at a rate of about 8,000 a day and 90% of these people prefer to live at home in their later years. Since a large percentage of these seniors are not able to reach out for help when an emergency occurs at home, caregivers for senior citizens benefit from passive connectivity to proactively monitor their loved ones’ well being in the home 24 hours/day. QMedic, a Boston, MA company, is developing what it claims to be the first ever passive wearable sensing technology that detects and predicts emergency events in the home, and sends real-time feedback to caregivers when something unusual occurs. This medical alert system warns the caregiver if the user is not wearing the device, fails to get out of bed, or is out of home for extended periods of time.
Personal emergency response system (PERS) maker QMedic has won $2.2 million from the National Cancer Institute “to create next-generation passive sensing and self-report tools to enhance clinical interventions for at-risk patients.”
QMedic: This home-health company, headed by CEO Sombit Mishra, sells a wristband (or pendant) sensor for elderly people that monitors activity level, sleep, and falls. It sends an alert to a caregiver or family member when it detects unusual behavior. In a recent blog post, Mishra wrote that companies are “still a long way from creating an engaged user base in the fitness/wellness world.”
Boston is the place to be for healthcare and startup innovations. Already a health food startup hub, competitions like MassChallenge (an annual startup competition) help bring more startup businesses to the city and many of them are focused on keeping Bostonians healthier and better connected to the medical care in the area. Here’s some of the new innovators:
From medical implications surrounding the “Silver Tsunami” to the ongoing question of how to deal with a projected 300 million Alzheimer’s patients, senior housing and care issues made waves at one of this year’s largest gatherings of health and medical thought leaders from around the globe: TEDMED.
New to this year’s TEDMED conference is The Hive, a gathering of some of today’s best and brightest new entrepreneurs and innovators in health and medicine presented in association with the Start Up Health Network.
A smart new component of TEDMED this year will put the multi-disciplinary attendees face-to face with the next wave of innovators. The Hive, hosted in conjunction with the StartUp Health Network, will run in tandem with the conference and feature 50 innovators – from government programs to accelerators and startups – who will put their creative thinking on display.
- Demyst Data (Hong Kong) – Real-time analysis of consumer and small business profiles to improve decision making.
- Mortar Data (USA) – Open source framework and runtime environment for building big data pipelines on Elastic MapReduce.
- QMedic (USA) – A wearable sensing platform that monitors physical activity, sleep, and falls for older adults.
Today announced we the 10 start-up finalists for the AARP Health Innovation@50+ LivePitch, taking place September 21, 2012 in New Orleans. The show features the most exciting start-up companies in the "50 and over" health technology and innovation sector. AARP Health Innovation@50+ LivePitch takes place during the 2012 Life@50+ AARP National Event & Expo in New Orleans, which is attended by 20,000+ members and guests from across the U.S. and the globe.