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Futura Mobility Proudly Announces CHIME Membership

Futura Mobility, a mobile technology strategy and solutions company serving enterprise and healthcare industries including over 2,000 hospitals, is pleased to announce that it has become an Associate Foundation Member of the College of Healthcare and Information Management Executives (CHIME) for 2014.

CHIME is a non-profit executive organization serving chief information officers and other senior healthcare IT leaders. The dedicated members provide continuing education, public policy information, networking, exclusive events, and CHCIO certification opportunities to more than 1,400 CIO members. With its new foundation membership, Futura Mobility solidifies its standing as a trusted solutions provider in the healthcare IT industry.

“The use of mobile technology is growing at an incredible rate in healthcare and with that growth comes the need for workflow change, precise planning, and expert execution,” explained David Gulian, CEO of Futura Mobility. “With this new partnership, Futura Mobility hopes to educate and assist CHIME members define their mobile strategy to improve the implementation, compliance, satisfaction, and long-term support of mobile devices in healthcare.”

Futura Mobility provides strategies and services to guide the use of mobile solutions in the healthcare environment. The company works with key decision makers to assess mobile technology policies, wireless infrastructures, devices, and support tools necessary in order to identify needs that align with customer goals. As a complete mobility partner, Futura delivers full deployment and implementation of new and innovative technology solutions and provides support services to mitigate the risks and maintain low cost of ownership.

“I look forward to collaborating with the CHIME community and bringing our experience in mobile technology to this group of top healthcare leaders,” stated Gulian. “We are proud to support CHIME by dedicating our VP of Healthcare Integration, Cyndi Cahill’s time and energy as a Foundation Board Member for the 2014 term.”

Futura Mobility will have top leadership representation at the CHIME CIO Forum this weekend in Orlando as well as at the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) 2014 Conference that immediately follows on February 24 to February 27. Attendees can meet CEO David Gulian and the leadership team at the Futura Mobility Booth - #6177.

About CHIME

CHIME is an executive organization serving chief information officers and other senior healthcare IT leaders. It has more than 1,400 CIO members and 70 healthcare IT vendors and professional services firms. The organization provides an environment for senior professionals to exchange information and best practices as well as address professional development needs.

CHIME created the CHIME Education Foundation as a charitable organization to support the development of healthcare IT leaders. The foundation provides scholarships and tuition assistance to CHIME members and future CIOs for attendance at a variety of education conferences, events, and professional development programs. In addition, the CHIME Foundation was established to enable providers of H.I.S. products and services to support the educational initiatives of the CHIME organization. www.cio-chime.org

About Futura Mobility

Futura Mobility is a leading enterprise provider of end-to-end mobile technology solutions, delivering continuous service from design through development, deployment, and support. Using its proprietary Mobile Managed Services Platform, Futura Mobility currently supports more than 2,500 healthcare and enterprise clients and 250,000 devices across North America. For more information, please visit www.futuramobility.com.

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