RCare Introduces RCare Mobile To The World at MEDICA Trade Fair In Düsseldorf, Germany
RCare returns from the MEDICA Trade Fair in Düsseldorf, Germany where RCare Mobile was officially introduced outside of the United States. With RCare Mobile, long-term care facilities can provide their staff with all the functionality they require in an app-based call system. RCare Mobile provides all the smartphone features that caregivers need, and allows none of the features that put facilities at legal risk. Winners of the Rochester Business Journal Award for Innovation; RCare is no stranger to bringing exciting new technologies to the world of nurse call systems.
RCare is the first company to introduce a smartphone solution for their nurse call system. Currently patent-pending, RCare Mobile revolutionizes the elder care market. In 2015, the European Patent Office reported that no other tech sector submitted as many patent applications globally as the medical technology field. Trine Bjerregaard Nyvang, the COO of Cekura, said, “We are pleased to offer RCare technology to our senior housing clients in Denmark. We have a reputation of implementing the latest and greatest in innovative and comprehensive technology, which made RCare’s Nurse Call, PERS and Proximity Location protocol the obvious choice.” The elder care market is growing exponentially across the world and RCare promises to be at the forefront of this surge.
RCare Mobile provides caregivers with two-way communication, complete information, and the unique “I Got It” function that makes sure every call is answered, and without duplicate effort. After recently expanding to Canada, Malaysia, and Denmark; MEDICA 2016 provided the perfect stage for RCare to show why they are the world’s most advanced nurse call system. RCare met with representatives from 22 countries with a high degree of interest in representing RCare as a distributor. Myron Kowal, President/CEO of RCare, says, “European demographics in elder populations far exceeds that of the US in terms of percentage of population. Although culturally, families have been taking care of elderly in their own homes, the numbers will necessitate the use of modern technology just to keep up with demand.”