Minneapolis Health IT startup Preventice merges with eCardio Diagnostics

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MINNEAPOLIS and HOUSTON, Sept. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Preventice, developer of the PatientCare™ Platform and the BodyGuardian® Remote Monitoring Sensor and an innovator in software solutions for remote patient care, and eCardio Diagnostics® LLC, a leading provider of remote cardiac monitoring products and services, announced today a strategic combination of Preventice and eCardio to drive innovation and growth in remote monitoring systems and mobile health applications. The two companies will now operate as wholly-owned subsidiaries of a newly formed holding company, Preventice, Inc.”

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Minneapolis startup Preventice recognized by US Chamber of Commerce

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“MINNEAPOLIS (July 24, 2014) — Preventice, Inc., developer of the BodyGuardian Remote Monitoring System and an innovator in software solutions for remote patient care, was recently named a recipient of the Blue Ribbon Small Business Award from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The award recognizes 100 small businesses across the country for their professional accomplishments, community leadership, philanthropy, customer service and employee relations.”

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Health tech startup Preventice onboards new COO

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“MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Preventice, Inc., announced today that Kevin Nickels has joined the company as chief operating officer. Nickels brings nearly 40 years experience in product and business development; general management; and an ability to raise and monetize invested capital —26 of which were spent at medical device companies—to his new role at Preventice.

He will be responsible for leading the global market expansion of the BodyGuardian Remote Monitoring System (BodyGuardian) and for continuing to evolve and enhance operations for the company’s remote monitoring solutions.”

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HealthIT startup Preventice brings BodyGuardian monitor to market

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“MINNEAPOLIS, May 10, 2013 — Preventice, Inc., a leading developer of mHealth solutions, announced today the commercial availability of its BodyGuardian Remote Patient Monitoring System (BodyGuardian RMS). Preventice received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in August 2012, enabling the mobile health solutions company to market BodyGuardian for use in detecting and monitoring non-lethal cardiac arrhythmias for ambulatory patients.

Developed in collaboration with Mayo Clinic, the BodyGuardian System uses sophisticated algorithms to support remote monitoring for individuals with cardiac arrhythmias. The BodyGuardian System allows physicians to monitor key biometrics outside of the clinical setting, while patients go about their daily lives.”

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Remote monitoring firm Preventice excited about future

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By Jeff Kiger, Rochester Post Bulletin

“A local firm featuring a Mayo Clinic-created remote monitor is on the forefront of using new technology to improve medical care.

Preventice, a medical technology firm with its main development site in Rochester, is gearing up for a big year with the start of the commercial push of its BodyGuardian Remote Monitoring.”

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Health IT startup Preventice adds VC Doug Burgum to BOD

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MINNEAPOLIS (November 27, 2012) – Preventice, Inc., announced today that it has appointed Doug Burgum to its board of directors. Burgum is co-founder and chairman of Arthur Ventures, a Fargo-based venture capital group that focuses on early-stage software companies, with a concentration on healthcare. Arthur Ventures was an early investor in Preventice.”

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Minneapolis Health IT startup receives FDA nod for remote monitoring system

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MINNEAPOLIS (Sept. 10, 2012)Preventice, Inc., a leading developer of mobile health applications and remote monitoring systems, announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given the company 510(k) clearance for its BodyGuardian Remote Monitoring System (RMS).

Developed in collaboration with Mayo Clinic, the BodyGuardian System uses sophisticated algorithms to support remote monitoring for individuals with cardiac arrhythmias. The BodyGuardian System will allow physicians to monitor key biometrics outside of the clinical setting, while patients go about their daily lives. A small body sensor attached to the patient’s chest collects important data, including the patient’s ECG, heart rate, respiration rate, and activity level. Patient data can then be transmitted to physicians via mobile phone technology.”

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Preventice partners with Qualcomm on wireless patient monitoring

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“MINNEAPOLIS (May 24, 2012) – Preventice, Inc., a developer of mobile health applications and patient monitoring systems, announced today that it is the latest to join medical device manufacturers, application developers, health care services companies and payors that are integrating with Qualcomm Life Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, and their 2net Ecosystem.”

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Minneapolis mobile health startup breaking into wearable sensors

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“CHICAGO and MINNEAPOLIS (May 21, 2012) – Avery Dennison Medical Solutions today announced a partnership with Preventice, Inc., to produce patch-based wearable sensors for clinical monitoring of a patient’s unique physiological characteristics.

Preventice is a break-through developer of mobile health applications and patient monitoring systems that deliver continuous care, wherever an individual might be. Mobile health applications, like those developed by Preventice, improve the doctor-patient relationship by establishing a constant connection and exchange of information between care providers and their patients. This connection encourages patients to stay engaged in actively managing their health while away from their health care providers, and feeds data to clinicians about a patient’s health status without impacting their daily lifestyle.”

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Tie to Mayo Clinic prompts software company down the medical device path

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By Arundhati Parmar, MedCity News

“A road less traveled may bring riches. At least that is the hope at Preventice, a Minneapolis software company whose association with Mayo Clinic is leading it to foray into the world of medical devices.

The company – formerly called Boost Information Systems and based near Mayo in Rochester – is building a miniature, remote body monitor called BodyGuardian.”

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