Diabetes Technology Company Unveils SMS mHealth Solution to Combat Chronic Illness Epidemic

B2B application uses proprietary Simplatype® platform

PARK CITY, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- KeyVive, Inc., a healthcare technology company that uses social media and self-management tools to help individuals with chronic illnesses, is dialing up a ground-breaking, HIPAA-compliant mHealth technology for people not only affected by diabetes, but also with other diseases.

A powerful yet easy-to-use tool, this SMS system utilizes proprietary technology with existing cell phone/carriers to provide an effective way for practitioners and patients to communicate, store conversations and integrate with electronic records. KV’s Simplatype® mHealth technology is being revealed at ECRM, an exclusive Reducing Healthcare Costs Through Adherence trade show conference in Las Vegas, September 26 - 28, 2010.

"Our company’s mission is to provide the best healthcare opportunities to professionals in the industry, allowing people to succeed in managing their disease, saving time and money,” said David Greenholtz, president and co-founder, KeyVive, Inc. “Pilot groups are currently being implemented and we are very excited to see how individuals will use their phones to improve their outcomes."

"Whether patients are communicating with their pharmacist, diabetes educator or doctor, most patients only want to reach out via text messaging,” said Dr. David Kayne, diabetologist, Los Angeles. “We now have an effective way to connect with community and make a real difference."

KeyVive is a healthcare technology company focused on the diabetes market and healthcare solutions, utilizing social media for the 177 million people worldwide affected by this disease. The company is headquartered in Park City, Utah, and can be found at www.keyvive.com.


KeyVive, Inc.
Aimee Greenholtz
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