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Company Overview of AirStrip Technologies, Inc.
AirStrip Technologies, Inc. develops and delivers mobile medical software solutions and services to clinicians, healthcare executives, and information technology organizations in the United States. Its vendor- and data source-agnostic enterprise-wide clinical mobility solution enables clinicians to interact with and respond to clinically relevant patient health information and improve the health of individuals and populations via Apple or Android devices. The company offers AirStrip ONE, an enterprise mobility/clinical solution for use at hospital sites; and AirStrip Accelerator Services that provide business intelligence needed to deliver, maintain, and measure clinical mobility solutions. ...
335 East Sonterra Boulevard
San Antonio, TX 78258
Founded in 2004
Key Executives for AirStrip Technologies, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Co-Founder and Senior Advsior
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
AirStrip Technologies, Inc. Key Developments
AirStrip Sense4Baby™ System Receives FDA Clearance for Patient Self-Administration
Apr 1 15
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has cleared the AirStrip® Sense4Baby™ wireless maternal/fetal monitoring system to be marketed for use in the U.S. by pregnant patients to self-administer non-stress tests (NST). Sense4Baby already received 510(k) clearance from the FDA for use accompanied by medical professionals. Sense4Baby also received the CE mark from the European Commission in 2013 for self-administration, including the home. This new clearance is a step toward integrating out-of-hospital perinatal monitoring data into the AirStrip ONE® interoperable mobility platform and application. AirStrip ONE provides vendor- and data source-agnostic information from multiple data sources and care settings to support coordination among caregivers natively on smartphones, tablets, and personal computers. The University of Utah will conduct a research study to test AirStrip Sense4Baby in a local high-risk population. The goal is to assess the feasibility of integrating an at-home NST monitoring program into an established health care system, as well as to evaluate patient and provider satisfaction. The University of Utah aims to show that mobile connectivity can positively impact prenatal care for both low- and high-risk pregnancies. Currently, NSTs are typically conducted in clinics or hospitals.
AirStrip and The Batswadi Group Partner to Bring AirStrip Solutions to Africa
Feb 10 15
AirStrip and The Batswadi Group have announced a strategic partnership to bring the AirStrip ONE® mobile interoperability platform and the Sense4Baby wireless fetal/maternal monitoring system into ten African countries, with an initial launch in South Africa. Batswadi will gradually expand the AirStrip product rollout to nine other countries, including Namibia, Botswana, Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Mauritius and Rwanda.
AirStrip and Telenatal Announce Strategic Partnership to Launch Sense4Baby Fetal/Maternal Monitoring in Europe
Feb 4 15
AirStrip and Telenatal have announced a strategic partnership to begin distributing AirStrip's Sense4Baby wireless fetal/maternal monitoring system in 13 European countries. Sense4Baby is used to perform remote maternal and fetal monitoring including for high-risk pregnancies. The monitoring system received a CE mark from the European Commission in 2013 for commercialization in remote settings including self-administration. AirStrip and Telenatal will make Sense4Baby available in the Netherlands, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey.
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