Commercial fitness and rehabilitation equipment manufacturer SCIFIT announces Adam Havig has taken on the role of controller for the Tulsa, Okla-based company. A media release from SCIFIT reports that Havig will manage the company’s accounting, finance, and information technology.
Leaf Healthcare Inc, headquartered in Pleasanton, Calif, recently announced that results of a clinical trial that concluded the company’s wearable patient sensor can aid healthcare professionals in “dramatically” improving efforts to prevent pressure ulcers.
Bluetooth wireless data transfer and and an array of body-worn sensors are part of the high technology engineered into the QTUG, a new mobility and falls risk assessment system that will be marketed via a partnership between Intel-GE Care Innovations and Kinesis Health Technologies.
Today at 10 a.m. (MDST) Craig Hospital will become the first of three of the nation’s top rehab facilities to demonstrate the Indego Exoskeleton.
Jeremy Wells, JD, has been named by the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences (USA) as its vice president of student administration for three campuses in San Marcos, Calif, St. Augustine, Fla, and Austin, Texas.
A news release from EZ-ACCESS, a dba of Homecare Products Inc, reports that it has expanded its team, adding David Heinz as director of sales and Dale Nash as national sales manager.
Matt Swiggum has been selected to serve as Ottobock’s new executive vice president of sales for North America.
Leaf Healthcare reports that medical device sales representative Eric Williams has joined its sales team, where he will oversee sales efforts in Southern California.
EHOB Inc reports that it is opening its first international office in Shanghai, China.
Convaid reports that it will be in attendance at RehaCare International, in Düsseldorf, Germany September 24 to 27.