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Futura Mobility and REACH Health Announce Telemedicine Partnership

Hospitals and health systems can now deploy the full–featured REACH Health enterprise telemedicine solution with support for multiple service lines using an economical cart from Futura Mobility without compromising on quality.

“By eliminating dependency on proprietary components, Futura Mobility now delivers high-quality carts at a fraction of the price of most other carts on the market,” said Steve McGraw, President and CEO of REACH Health, Inc. “Futura offers the best LiFe powered carts for the money in the industry, and our collaboration means that a flexible telemedicine solution is now available to a much larger group of providers.”

Futura Mobility, an IT services organization, offers mobile technology solutions and services to healthcare providers using a consultative approach. The company continually seeks partnerships to develop innovative solutions that bridge the gaps in the care continuum. As such, the partnership with REACH Health, whose REACH Access platform easily expands to support multiple service lines and settings of care, creates a low-cost joint offering that uses off-the-shelf hardware components yet has the flexibility to meet the telemedicine needs of any health system. In addition, the depth of Futura Mobility’s offerings will create new strategic opportunities for the availability of REACH Access on multiple endpoint devices.

“REACH Health’s software-based approach to enterprise telemedicine makes the company a perfect partner,” said David Gulian, CEO of Futura Mobility. “A flexible, scalable platform is precisely what health systems need to add new service lines according to their capabilities, budget and patient population needs.”

About Futura Mobility

Based in Philadelphia, Futura Mobility is a privately-held IT services organization specializing in mobile technology solutions for the healthcare industry. Founded in 1992, the company has evolved from a technology reseller and service organization to a strategic partner by combining mobility and clinical expertise. Through collaborations with some of the most forward-thinking technology companies, Futura offers healthcare providers an innovative, cohesive solution to address health IT challenges. Futura Mobility has been recognized nationally for year-over-year growth on the INC 5000 and Deloitte Fast 500 lists. For more information, please visit www.futuramobility.com.

About REACH Health

REACH Health’s enterprise telemedicine software combines real-time audio and video with vital patient data, clinical workflow and documentation to recreate the bedside experience for both doctor and patient. By securely connecting physicians anytime, anywhere, REACH Health enables remote consultations, connects patients with specialists, and supports collaboration by clinical care teams. Many of the nation’s most powerful telemedicine networks run on the REACH Health platform. Physicians and clinicians embrace the ease of use of a single, intuitive platform tailored to multiple specialties including neurology, telestroke, cardiology, ICU, psychiatry, pulmonology and others. REACH Health pioneered one of the nation’s first telestroke programs and remains the innovation leader, providing the most advanced clinical solutions to improve patient access and drive measurable improvements in outcomes. For more information, visit www.reachhealth.com.

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