BOSTON (September 5, 2019)—MobileHelp, a provider of mobile personal emergency response systems (mPERS) and health care technology, announced it is changing the name of its health care division to Clear Arch Health.
Announced officially at this year's Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Congress, the new name reflects the company's commitment to health care professionals and providers, and its expertise in driving the innovations needed to shape the future of health care management through technology solutions.
"The name 'Clear Arch Health' emphasizes our wide-ranging business objective around changing the way care is delivered between health care professionals and patients, with the goal of increasing access, lowering costs and improving quality," said Rob Flippo, CEO of MobileHelp. "As a company with its roots in technology, we are committed to delivering the products and services that will help connect all the points of care."
Originally established in 2016, the health care division of MobileHelp has grown significantly by leveraging the strength of its direct-to-consumer experience to work together with health care professionals to create patient-centric care solutions. Under its new name and brand identity, Clear Arch Health will continue to provide full-scale remote patient monitoring (RPM), telehealth and mPERS product solutions to improve the way health care professionals care for expanding patient populations and leverage new reimbursement opportunities.
"The name Clear Arch Health reflects the enterprise value we deliver," said Chris A. Otto, senior vice president of Clear Arch Health. "Working with leading health care organizations and professionals, we are providing the "arch"—or connected solutions—needed to streamline the healthcare experience for both patients and professionals."
The new name is effective immediately and will be implemented across the company's product and services throughout the upcoming calendar year.
Visit cleararchhealth.com for more information.