AllOne Mobile's system will give injured service members access to case managers and other military personnel who will monitor and stay in touch with soldiers through personalized encrypted messages. Data received from soldiers will help to better personalize and monitor daily care. Initially, AllOne Mobile's platform is anticipated to support the rehabilitation needs of up to 10.000 returning soldiers in a phased implementation over the next year.
"We are proud to be selected to help improve the care received by the injured men and women of the United States Army", stated William C. Reed, president and CEO of AllOne Health. "By speeding the recovery of veterans with injuries, we hope to express our appreciation for their sacrifices made on behalf of our country. We are pleased these Wounded Warriors will share in the innovative benefits of AllOne Mobile, which we believe provides a compelling model for how to improve health care delivery in the United States."
AllOne Mobile offers robust security of patient data through a partnership with Diversinet Corporation, a provider of secure application platforms for the mobile world. This high level of security and control gives users the confidence and comfort to create, manage and enhance their health information quickly and easily, simply by pushing a few buttons on their mobile phones.
AllOne Health also will connect AllOne Mobile with Microsoft HealthVault to enable subscribers to share health information about themselves and family members with physicians, hospitals, urgent and emergency care facilities, and other trusted third parties. Coupled with AllOne Health's programmes and services to help keep employees, health plan members and their families healthy and safe, the initiative will empower individuals and can help improve medical outcomes.
The Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC) is the United States Army Medical Research and Materiel Command's (USAMRMC) corporate or central laboratory for advanced technology research. Its diverse assortment of unique collaborative relationships with government, academia and industry comprises a workforce that focuses on world-class integrated research and development for the Department of Defense. TATRC's research programmes consist of seven portfolios and a new initiatives and basic science programme, for addressing the ever-changing world of medical requirements both on the battlefield and in hospitals of the future. TATRC focuses on technology areas critical to health care requirements across a broad spectrum.
AllOne Health encourages individuals to take responsibility for their health and provides tools and services to employers and health plans to help support them. Results include better health, improved productivity and reduced health care costs. AllOne Health pursues an integrated and comprehensive approach to providing personal health management, secure mobile access to personal health information, extensive workplace services - including on-site health care, safety and compliance services - and health benefits. Established in 2002, AllOne Health is headquartered in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, with offices in Boston, Massachusetts; Philadelphia and Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Houston, Texas; Columbus, Ohio; Phoenix, Arizona; and Alexandria, Virginia. AllOne Health has more than 1000 customers throughout the United States and in 44 countries. More company news is available in the VMW October 2008 article AllOne Mobile to provide access to Microsoft HealthVault using mobile phones.
Diversinet Corporation is a provider of wireless authentication and access solutions that secure the personal identity, transactions and data of consumers over almost any mobile phone or handheld device. Diversinet's reliable, end-to-end MobiSecure Wallet and Vault products provide global, secure and cost-effective solutions to mobilize personal health records, financial services transactions and identity protection management. More company news can be found in the VMW June 2008 article Diversinet demonstrates breakthrough in mobile electronic patient records.