Nonin Medical Inc was awarded by Frost and Sullivan’s 2009 North American Product Line Strategy A





Nonin Medical, Inc., a leading innovator of physiological monitoring solutions and the inventor of fingertip pulse oximetry, was awarded Frost and Sullivan’s 2009 North American Product Line Strategy Award in Remote Patient Monitoring. Recognized for providing secure, accurate remote physiological monitoring, Nonin Medical was acknowledged for its leadership as a premier provider of telemedicine monitoring equipment.

Nonin Medical, Inc., was awarded by Frost and Sullivan’s 2009 North American Product Line Strategy Award in Remote Patient Monitoring

Nonin Medical, Inc., a leading innovator of physiological monitoring solutions and the inventor of fingertip pulse oximetry, was awarded Frost and Sullivan’s 2009 North American Product Line Strategy Award in Remote Patient Monitoring. Recognized for providing secure, accurate remote physiological monitoring, Nonin Medical was acknowledged for its leadership as a premier provider of telemedicine monitoring equipment.

The Product Line Strategy award is chosen by Frost and Sullivan’s analyst team, which conducts interviews with suppliers, end-users and industry experts to determine the product that best addresses market needs and dynamics. “As the world of telemedicine continues to evolve, there is a need for monitoring companies to develop new monitoring devices in order to perform that critical first step of any telemedicine system, vital sign or data acquisition,” observed industry analyst Zachary Bujnoch. “Nonin Medical has already established itself as a true thought leader in this monitoring specific side of remote medicine.”

With rising healthcare costs driving care into the home, Nonin’s vision of remote monitoring has focused on how to provide cost-effective, accurate physiological data exchange with no proprietary boundaries. Nonin’s choice to promote secure information exchange and interoperability has enabled a simpler delivery of health care for telemedicine systems, healthcare systems, systems integrator partners and patients worldwide. Nonin’s remote monitoring solutions have provided patients with better information about their health status and allowed clinicians to monitor vital signs with greater ease across the globe.

Together with other industry leaders within the Continua Health Alliance, Nonin is contributing to the advancement of interoperable devices and open standards development to promote the Personal Health ecosystem. “Through these partnerships, our goal for interoperable remote monitoring is to simplify the delivery of health care with an end result that will ultimately benefit both the patient and provider with reduced costs, added security, improved efficiencies and increased compliance rates,” said Jayant Parthasarathy, Ph.D., eHealth Business Manager at Nonin Medical and Chairperson of the Continua Health Alliance Technical Working Group.