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Washington, DC (March 1, 2016) – 
QuarterLine and ViiMed announce the launch of their offering – “QMed”, a highly flexible and configurable interactive home monitoring and patient engagement solution that connects patients and their care providers from anywhere, at anytime, and on any device. QMed enables health care organizations to personalize and automate the delivery of their care programs “pathways” within the gaps in care. These automated care pathways combine personalized patient education, patient-reported outcomes, satisfaction and quality surveys, and connected devices into an easy-to-use mobile solution for patients.

QMed combines industry- leading technology that has been tested and proven with large-scale health care delivery systems with a full-service support team. This complete solution includes: pre-packaged and pre-paired device kits, plug and play care pathway templates, a pathway coordination console for providers, interactive recorded-video tools, population-based data reporting, a pathway builder for custom protocol buildouts, device management services, provider and patient support, EHR and patient portal integration, and an upcoming predictive analytics engine. QMed is launching with several connected devices for vitals and activity monitoring, (e.g., blood pressure, weight, blood glucose, oximeter, pedometer, accelerometer, and spirometer). QMed’s flexible platform will allow us to easily add devices to provide a customized solution for our clients.

“We couldn’t be more excited to be working with the team at QuarterLine. Our clients have dramatically scaled their care teams, driven patient-reported outcomes, and improved on-going engagement and loyalty. But now, with QMed, we will empower them to take personalized virtual care to a whole new level,” said Phil Newman, CEO of ViiMed.

“We are thrilled to expand our clinical technology offering to provide coordinated support and integration of this exciting and innovate technology and approach to virtual care,” added Pamela Graff, President and CEO of QuarterLine.

Initially, QMed will be used as a cost effective end-to-end and complementary toolset for chronic diseases, pre and post surgery, and employee wellness. The QuarterLine and ViiMed teams are currently deploying large health care organizations that are aiming to improve and extend their existing population health initiatives, (i.e., preventing admissions, reducing hospital readmissions, increasing chronic care reimbursement opportunities, and scaling the capacity of existing care management teams).

About ViiMed

ViiMed, a Washington D.C.-based rapidly growing company, bridges gaps in care with its pathways-as-a-service solution. ViiMed affirms that the most precious assets for any health care organization are its providers, more specifically their expertise, protocols, influence, feedback, and their relationships with their patients. The ViiMed Platform scales these assets, ensures providers perform at the top of their license, and better connects them to how their patients live. The platform is helping organizations build stronger relationships between patients and providers; driving dramatic efficiencies; producing health and financial outcomes; and, most importantly, helping more people get better faster.

To learn more about ViiMed, please visit www.viimed.com.

About QuarterLine

QuarterLine, a Herndon VA-based company is a clinical and health services company, providing systems engineering, information assurance, change and configuration management, systems integration and customer support services to commercial and federal customers nationwide.  QuarterLine’s roots are in clinical services, behavioral health, and care coordination. This background provides the necessary insight into the patient and provider experience to design and develop the right type and level of support and systems integration for a particular healthcare program.  QuarterLine proudly supports healthcare delivery for the US Air Force (USAF) and the US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) and the US Department of Veterans Affairs in optimizing healthcare delivery through care management and improving information systems.

To learn more about QuarterLine, please visit www.quarterline.com.