JEMS In The News
January 15, 2014, Not sure how ACO will impact your traditional ROI model? - Then join us for an interactive and educational session on "The Role of ROI in Mobile Health Care Models".
Connect Michigan 2013 Broadband Conference
October 23, 2013, Mobile Experiences at Connect Michigan 2013 Broadband Conference - Companies offer interactive activities designed to showcase the impact of broadband access and mobile/wireless technologies. Conference attendees with a smart device will be able to try out the JEMS mobile telemedicine solution for themselves.
Mobile Technology Association of Michigan
May 27, 2013, JEMS Technology CEO to Chair MTAM mHealth Advisory Committee - Michigan’s mobile/wireless trade association, the Mobile Technology Association of Michigan, launches mHealth Advisory Committee to put Michigan at the forefront of national and international mHealth initiatives.
April 23, 2013, International Caregiver Network and JEMS Technology Offer Home Health Agencies Mobile Access to Medical Experts - International Caregiver Network (ICN) recently began offering the JEMS Technology to its network of home health and hospice care providers nationwide.
VA Chooses JEMS Technology Telehealth System
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – FEBRUARY 26, 2013 – Bay City, Mich. -- Troop Health Initiatives (THI) recently received a contract from the Office of Emergency Management of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in Ann Arbor for the JEMS Technology Disaster Relief Telehealth System. The JEMS systems will be used by the VA as a disaster relief telehealth unit, connecting medical professionals and first responders in the field to specialist physicians at the VA hospital.
JEMS Technology to Provide Mobile Medical System in China
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - DECEMBER 10, 2012 - Orion, Mich. -- JEMS Technology LLC ("JEMS") recently began supplying its JEMS mobile medical systems to the Chinese healthcare market. Initial orders have been placed for use of the JEMS systems in endoscopic procedures.
July 29, 2012, JEMS Technology named one of "9 Mobile Health Apps Worth a Closer Look" by Information Week - JEMS is honored to be recognized by Information Week Health Care.
WXYZ TV News
May 17, 2012, JEMS Technology Helping Doctors Outside Of The Hospital Setting - Doctors use new and emerging technology to bring communication with patients to a whole new level.
Project Healthy Living
March 12, 2012, JEMS Technology Connects Project Healthy Living - Detroit-based JEMS Technology LLC said it has been selected by the Detroit-based United Health Organization to supply video-to-handheld technology for its Project Healthy Living.
Ford - A Healthy Connection
November 10, 2011, My Ford Magazine - Kevin Lasser, CEO of JEMS Technology, compares Ford's smart phone app for owners of the Focus Electric to his company's own telemedicine app in My Ford Magazine, distributed to 4.7 million recipients.
Video to Smart Device Technology Improves Patient Care in Rural Areas
October 17, 2011, http://histalk2.com - Innovative technologies are connecting doctors to experts around the globe, instantly and in real time. These innovations, including video to smart device technology, address the significant gap that rural patients experience compared to their urban peers. By improving access to expert medical care, innovations that can connect physicians to specialists are improving the quality of patient care and the outcomes of that care.
JEMS Technology Grants European Distribution to Hyla Soft
APRIL 11, 2011 - GENOA, ITALY -- JEMS Technology recently granted Hyla Soft distribution rights throughout Europe. Hyla Soft will serve as the European distributor of the JEMS video to hand held technology to the health care market.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - JANUARY 31, 2011 - Peoria, Ill.
The Illinois Neurological Institute (INI), the leader in the Midwest for clinical care, research and education in neurological illness, recently selected JEMS Technology to provide tele-stroke detection. Using JEMS product, INI will have access to secure, real-time video, delivered to handheld devices.