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Redivus Health Recognized as Finalist in Fierce Innovation Awards: Healthcare

OLATHE, Kan. — Redivus Health announced that the company has been selected as a finalist in this year’s Fierce Innovation Awards: Healthcare Edition 2017, an awards program from the publisher of FierceHealthcare. Redivus Health was recognized as one of three finalists in the Clinical Information Management category. Redivus Health was selected as a finalist for its innovative, industry-leading product, which improves patient care by providing physicians, nurses and paramedics with actionable, clinical guidance during a critical care event. The Redivus mobile application, combined with a cloud-based platform, delivers evidence-based protocols to enhance diagnostic and treatment accuracy for cardiac arrest, stroke and sepsis. Hospitals and EMS providers using Redivus can expect to reduce risk, improve quality, reduce costs, and increase compliance. All applications were evaluated based on the following criteria: Competitive Advantage, Financial Impact/Value, Market Need, and Overall Innovation. Applicants with the top three scores in each category were selected as finalists. “Everyone deserves safe and effective medical care,” says Jeff Dunn, founder and CEO. “Redivus Health is putting innovation to work to reduce medical error and save lives. We’re thrilled to be recognized along with other companies working to improve today’s healthcare systems.” Finalists were selected by a distinguished panel of judges from renowne...
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