ViTelCare Home Health Monitoring Contract With Department of Veterans Affairs Awarded

Press Release | Visual Telecommunication Network, ViTelCare T400 Home Health Monitor | April 26, 2011
  • Contract expands the use of ViTelCare T400 in-home management system among veterans with chronic conditions, PTSD, substance abuse and other conditions
  • ViTelCare is a provider of innovative home telehealth systems to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) since 2004

Visual Telecommunication Network, Inc. (ViTelCare), a provider of in-home telehealth systems, announced today that it was awarded a new contract for the ViTelCare Home Health Monitor product line by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The ViTelCare home telehealth product line, which provides in-home management of patients, has been used by the VA since 2004. The contract represents a continued relationship with the VA and was one of six contracts awarded following a competitive bid and procurement process.

"The award of our ViTelCare contract with the Department of Veterans Affairs and the planned roll-out of telehealth in the next years is further confirmation of the benefits that home telehealth can have in our healthcare system," said Marie Mann, national government sales director at ViTelCare.

"ViTelCare is dedicated to advancing the connectivity between patients and their healthcare professionals. Through home telehealth monitoring, with the proven T400 system, healthcare providers have the opportunity to intervene before the patient's condition becomes critical, potentially improving quality of care while simultaneously reducing costs."