By Yael Grauer, MedCity News
“A handheld medical device that aspires to translate medical conditions from any patient to their physicians will ramp up production this year.
GeaCom’s Phrazer will go from 300 units in the market to as many as 10,000 by the end of the year, CEO and founder Mathew Johnson said. The company projects that 40,000 units will be sold in 2012. GeaCom’s customers are primarily military hospitals, but some insurance companies are purchasing the device and donating it to hospitals in order to improve efficiency and reduce costs, according to the company.”