Ximedica (Providence, R.I.) recently announced that it has inked a partnership with KeborMed to boost its connected device development capabilities.
Cleveland-based KeborMed offers a Connected Care Platform that it touts as a plug-n-play approach that replaces custom development with a turnkey solution, drastically reducing the cost and time to market traditionally associated with the development of connected medical solutions.
“We are excited to partner with KeborMed to enhance our capabilities in the development of connected medical solutions,” Michael Pereira, president and COO of Ximedica, said in a July 20 news release.
“We are seeing enormous demand from our clients for the rapid implementation of connected medical devices, particularly as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic dramatically accelerating the development of telehealth and remote patient monitoring solutions,” Pereira said. “Adding KeborMed’s capabilities to our offering will significantly change how fast we can move from prototype to a fully deployed connected medical solution.”