RF Technologies® Establishes Partnership with HPSI® Purchasing Services

Alliance provides HPSI members with single-source provider of long-term care solutions

BROOKFIELD, Wis., Aug. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- RF Technologies®, a leading provider of radio frequency identification monitoring systems and healthcare security solutions, has formed a three-year strategic partnership with HPSI® Purchasing Services as its sole provider of resident safety and security solutions for the long-term care market.

Effective August 1, the partnership includes Code Alert® Wandering Management, Quick Response® Wireless Call systems and Sensatec® Fall Management products to HPSI members throughout the U.S.

"RF Technologies is extremely excited to announce our alliance with HPSI," said Greg Wingrove, vice president of corporate accounts. "Both of our companies have a history of serving the long-term care market, and this partnership demonstrates our dedication to delivering quality solutions that continue to provide safety and security to our customers and their residents.

HPSI is a fully integrated purchasing organization that has been providing a range of services to healthcare facilities, college and university campuses, and hospitality organizations for more than 45 years.

About RF Technologies

RF Technologies is a leading provider of comprehensive, integrated RFID-based Safety and Security Solutions for senior care facilities and hospitals, including Code Alert® Wandering Management and Quick Response® Wireless Nurse and Emergency Call Systems, Sensatec® Fall Management, and Safe Place® Infant, Pediatric, and ED Security Systems. With over 10,000 installations in its 24-year history, RF Technologies is credited with inventing the first RFID infant security system, which was designed and developed by nurse clinicians. It was the first in the industry to offer Remote Monitoring, RF Consulting, 24x7 Technical Support by RF Technologies' staff specialists, and a nationwide service team. www.rft.com

SOURCE RF Technologies, Inc.

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