Boca Raton, FL, December 17, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Medical Mobile Monitoring (m3), the first to offer GPS and cellular medical alert systems, has announced its intention to form strategic partnerships with healthcare-related organizations to promote and distribute the MobileHelp™ and ClassicHelp™ medical alerts. Potential partners will include doctors, area agencies on aging, medical distributors, geriatric case managers, home health agencies and hospitals, all of whom will offer the company’s new medical alert technology to their patients and customers.
Headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, Medical Mobile Monitoring provides GPS-enabled mobile medical alert systems for seniors, diabetics and others with special medical needs. The company’s MobileHelp product is a mobile personal emergency response system (M-PERS) that offers emergency medical help to its users regardless of their location, starkly contrasting traditional in-home systems that are currently on the market.
The company is aggressively bringing its new products to market and establishing industry-related partnerships as a way to increase visibility among healthcare professionals and the people they serve.
“Since our launch, the response to our GPS and cellular-based systems has been very positive and many healthcare professionals have asked how they can help,” said Elias Janetis, CEO and founder of Medical Mobile Monitoring.
“Forming these strategic alliances will help leverage our sales and marketing efforts, while at the same time, create opportunities for those involved,” he added.
Launched in November of 2009, Medical Mobile Monitoring took approximately four years to create and develop its patent-pending GPS-enabled medical alert systems, which provide emergency assistance to its users at the touch of a button, no matter their location. With The Anywhere Help Button™, MobileHelp subscribers are no longer confined to their homes and have two-way, voice-to-voice access to an emergency monitoring station that is live 24/7/365.
Medical Mobile Monitoring has recognized that those who interact with their potential customers on a day-to-day basis are often the greatest advocates of the new technology, prompting the desire to establish new partnerships.
“MobileHelp is a twenty-first century product that offers freedom and peace-of-mind for both customer and caregiver,” noted Janetis. “We’re excited to offer others the ability to help us significantly impact the quality of life for customers and their families. Seniors use medical alert systems to be safe at home, but that doesn’t mean they have to stay there.”
Organizations wishing to provide Medical Mobile Monitoring products and monitoring services to their customers will have the opportunity to offer competitive pricing that is comparable to current in-home systems from other providers.
For more information about Medical Mobile Monitoring and potential partnership opportunities, visit http://www.mobilehelpsys.com or call 1-877-827-6207.