“It is an honor to partner with the Alzheimer’s Association in its pursuit of creating a world without Alzheimer’s disease,” said Anil Harjani, VP of Strategic Partnerships at ContextMedia:Health. “Through ContextMedia:Health’s technology and the resources we are creating with the Alzheimer’s Association, our goal is to provide actionable and needed information to the patients, healthcare providers and caregivers who are impacted by these conditions. In order to eradicate this disease, we must encourage and share the progress we are making through technology, research, support and the promotion of brain health.”
This announcement follows ContextMedia:Health’s recent acquisition of the patient education media company, AccentHealth, which will bring ContextMedia:Health’s technology to 55,000 offices in the country.
ContextMedia develops healthcare technologies to deliver better health outcomes and impact the human condition positively. Founded in 2006 by Rishi Shah and Shradha Agarwal, the company has doubled each year in its scale of technology implementation at outpatient health care facilities, business partnerships with global life sciences and medical device companies, product innovation and team growth. Decision platforms such as digital anatomy boards, interactive educational tablets and mobile connectivity in consultation rooms deliver measurable patient outcomes through actionable intelligence on conditions, treatments and lifestyle changes to improve the quality of life. To find out more about ContextMedia, visit www.contextmediainc.com.
Philip de Guzman, Communications Lead