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January 25, 2011 07:45 ET

Capsule's Momentum Continues

Leading Medical Device Connectivity Provider Expands Customer Base to Over 670 Hospitals

ANDOVER, MA--(Marketwire - January 25, 2011) - Capsule, the leading provider of medical device connectivity, today announced that they have over 670 facilities across 30 countries now using their solution with over 225 new implementations in 2010 alone. Recent customers include Tampa General Hospital, University of Michigan Health System, and Maricopa Medical Center. 

Hospitals around the world are making medical device integration a top healthcare IT priority because of its measurable benefits to the enterprise including improved direct patient care time, reduced charting errors, and recovered nursing hours. Hospitals are also realizing that its implementation can help meet meaningful use criteria and increase the adoption of CPOE. But, there are several reasons why Capsule continues to be the provider of choice for device integration.

First, Capsule offers a patient-centric, vendor-neutral, Enterprise Device Connectivity Solution that allows hospitals to connect virtually any medical device to any information system in any department hospital. Second, Capsule's solution is completely flexible and scalable and can easily integrate with a hospital's existing infrastructure and clinical workflows. Third, Capsule offers one of the most proven, reliable solutions today with over 14 years of experience and the largest list of connected devices. Finally, Capsule continues to be recognized by customers as providing top notch customer service. Crystal Chretien from Elliot Hospital agrees, "We chose Capsule because their solution gave us more options with older devices and can connect wired or wirelessly to the DataCaptor™ server. And I can't say enough about the customer service, it is the best part."

And, Capsule will continue to be the leading provider in the industry because they are constantly evolving their solution to address the growing connectivity, patient care and safety needs of hospitals. Working with its partners, Capsule's roadmap features solutions that enable an optimized workflow and address the challenges around managing association at the bedside; all designed with the clinician in mind to ensure the delivery of patient-centric care solutions that fit the way the nurse works. "Hospitals are choosing Capsule because they agree with our hospital wide vision to deliver patient-centric solutions that seamlessly integrate all medical devices with their EMR in patient care environment and create prompted workflows for improved patient care and safety across the enterprise," says CEO Arnaud Houette. For more information about Capsule and their solutions visit www.capsuletech.com.

About Capsule's Enterprise Connectivity Solution
Capsule's Enterprise Connectivity Solution is the only solution that will truly adapt to the environment it operates in. Its design gives hospitals the option to deploy connectivity throughout the enterprise so that all departments, not just high acuity, can enjoy the value that device integration has to offer. And it completely integrates with existing or planned caregiver work processes such as barcoding for positive patient identification and allows a facility to leverage existing technologies.

About The Capsule Neuron™
Capsule's Enterprise Connectivity Solution is enabled by the innovative Capsule Neuron platform. The Capsule Neuron is the first intelligent touch-screen platform dedicated to managing device connectivity at the bedside and is the key component of Capsule's solutions. The Capsule Neuron has numerous benefits including display of connectivity status at the bedside, immediate alert at the bedside for quicker troubleshooting, easy access with the touch screen interface, and wireless communication that reduces clutter.

About Mobile Vitals Plus
Mobile Vitals Plus, from Capsule, simplifies the process of managing vital signs data at the bedside and allows clinicians to automatically capture, validate and send vitals right from the point of care. Numerous benefits of Mobile Vitals Plus include reducing charting duplication and workarounds, improving the accuracy and timeliness of vitals documentation, enhancing clinical decision making, and allowing clinical staff to spend more time with the patient, not a computer. Mobile Vitals Plus is also compatible with hospitals' existing spot check monitors, featuring an all in one design that allows hospitals to leverage their existing technologies. Hospitals also have the choice of utilizing barcoding for PPID for a patient centered approach.

About Capsule
For more than 14 years, Capsule has been the world's leading, award-winning provider of solutions for medical device connectivity. Our leadership is made possible through our 510(k) cleared software and medical grade hardware products, our unique expertise in device protocols and firmware, and our strong partnerships with nearly every major medical device manufacturer and HIS company. Our proven Enterprise Medical Device Connectivity Solution, chosen by over 670 facilities, features a patient-centric, vendor neutral design that allows hospitals to connect virtually any medical device, to any information system, in any unit of the hospital. Featuring the innovative Capsule Neuron™ platform, the solution actually integrates with existing technologies and infrastructures and works within the established or planned caregiver work processes. Furthermore, Capsule's solution is completely flexible and scalable thereby allowing a hospital to grow as their needs grow to meet their short and long term connectivity, patient care, and safety needs. For more information, visit the company's Web site at http://www.capsuletech.com/ or contact the Company's U.S. Marketing & Public Relations at 978-482-2337.

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