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eDevice Receives Tadi Award for the Design of Its New HealthGO Mini Platform

eDeviceHealthGO Mini is a healthcare device directly installed at patients' homes, transmitting vital signs (i.e. blood pressure, weight, oxygen saturation) to medical information systems through the secure eDevice mobile network. HealthGO Mini communicates with medical sensors via Bluetooth or USB. It can be combined with a tablet, offering a powerful user interface for medical applications such as Q&A for disease management.

eDevice has been awarded the renowned Tadi Award for the design of its HealthGO Mini. It also rewards the company's successful strategy that combines technological innovation and investments in product design. This approach allowed eDevice to differentiate itself in the booming market of eHealth and to become the leading provider of Remote Patient Monitoring solutions for healthcare device manufacturers.

Stéphane Schinazi, CEO of eDevice, declares: "The specific needs of chronically-ill patients, the home-and-office environment of our products and the market's regulatory requirements are three key factors that pushed eDevice to place the product design at the core of its strategy. For five years now, we’ve been working closely with the recognized and award-winning French designer Didier Garrigos. Together, we created ergonomic, easy-to-use medical products for patients and elderly people, while keeping a compact and unobtrusive form factor that perfectly blends into the lifestyle of the end-user."

Several innovating products emerged from this collaboration, from the WireX network converter, to the medical platform family HealthGO. More than 200,000 active products are deployed in 150 different countries across the globe, including in the United States where eDevice generates most of its revenue, this year reaching a steady triple digits growth rate.

These incredible results will reflect in new job opportunities within several departments at eDevice, including several new Engineer positions to be filled in 2016.

About eDevice
At the crossroads of telecom and medical fields, eDevice pioneered the Telehealth connectivity space. Since 2002, several market leaders have relied on eDevice to provide solutions that securely and safely transmit medical data between their patients and their systems, with continuous growth and more than 200,000 patients connected with eDevice technology. Based in Bordeaux, France, eDevice's team of experts enables the company to continue steady and profitable growth. Dedicated to quality, eDevice is ISO-9001 and ISO-13485 certified for design, production, marketing of modems and communicating equipment, and provision of global network telecommunication and data transmission services. eDevice develops solutions for M2M and eHealth connectivity, including Telehealth hubs, network converters, cellular modems, and 3G modules. The company also provides secure cellular network access, cellular data management services, as well as medical data storage and front-end application services for Remote Patient Monitoring. Through partnership with technology leaders, the company brings innovative connectivity solutions to medical device manufacturers.

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