MedAire signs agreement with Remote Diagnostic Technologies
Jan. 14, 2008, Tempe, AZ – MedAire Inc. has named Remote Diagnostic Technologies Limited as a preferred provider for life-saving remote vital sign monitors used onboard aircraft.
January 14, 2008 By Carey Fredericks
Jan. 14, 2008, Tempe, AZ – MedAire Inc., a global provider of aviation and maritime crewmember medical training, medical advisory services and medical kits, has named Remote Diagnostic Technologies Limited as a preferred provider for life-saving remote vital sign monitors used onboard aircraft and vessels around the world.
Remote vital signs monitors provide another layer of medical protection as key medical data – pulse rates, blood pressure, video images and EKG results – are downloaded directly to physicians at MedAire’s 24/7 MedLink Global Response Center, located in a level-one trauma center in Phoenix, Ariz, USA.
“We’ve had a relationship with RDT for more than 10 years and can attest to the company’s high quality standards and high-performing equipment,” said James A. Williams, CEO, MedAire.
Under the terms of the agreement, MedAire and RDT will jointly promote each other’s products and services to new and existing customers in the aviation and maritime industries.
Graham Murphy, managing director for RDT, commented, "We are delighted to be able to move an already excellent relationship to the next level. MedAire’s outstanding reputation and expertise in medical management, combined with RDT’s experience in providing reliable and easy-to-use telemedicine hardware, will ensure we have a successful partnership.”