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Hill-Rom and TeleTracking Team-Up

April 7, 2009
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Pittsburgh-based TeleTracking Technologies Inc. says it has joined forces with Batesville, Ind.-based Hill-Rom in an effort to push ahead the next generation of patient flow and nurse communication solutions.

According to patient flow solutions company, TeleTracking, the long-term agreement brings together its company with Hill-Rom, a nurse communications solutions company. The move, TeleTracking says, is designed to integrate Hill-Rom’s NaviCare Nurse Call system with TeleTracking’s Capacity Management Suite powered by TeleTrackingXT.

TeleTracking says the two companies will jointly market and sell the combined portfolios of the Capacity Management Suite powered by XT and the NaviCare Platform for Clinical Connectivity, dramatically improving coverage to hospitals.

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