SOURCE: EncounterCare

August 25, 2015 08:38 ET

EncounterCare Solutions Signs Joint Venture Operating Agreement With CNV Systems Ltd.

PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL--(Marketwired - Aug 25, 2015) - EncounterCare Solutions (OTC PINK: ECSL) is pleased to announced the signing of a joint venture operating agreement with CNV Systems Ltd. (CNV), a Vancouver, B.C. domiciled company, with sub-operations in San Francisco, Taipei, and Shenzhen.

CNV Systems specializes in research, engineering and production of high efficiency wireless multi-vital-sign sensors for remote health monitoring and preventive care applications.

Paul Harris, CEO of CNV Systems and Ronald Mills Sr. CEO of EncounterCare will initially serve as co-managing directors of the Joint Venture. Mr. Harris, in conjunction with CNV President, Sean Tan, will direct daily operations and oversee integration of the two company's highly compatible leading edge technologies. Chris Doherty and his team from EncounterCare will join ranks with CNV staff to form a new entity under the Acculife™ name.

Ron Mills, President of EncounterCare, indicated the Joint Venture is being established to explore opportunities in advancing the company's medical division towards maximization of shareholder value return. The company anticipates seeking guidance from an investment banking firm for analysis of market scale options and financial growth strategy.

The new Acculife™ company will be chaired by current CNV CEO Paul Harris. Mr Harris has 25+ years in technology management and international market development -- the last 12 years of which has been in the wireless health sensor and wearable technology sector. He is supported by CNV's proficient international staff and advisory team (http://www.cnvsystems.com/team/) as led by Sean Tan, president of CNV Systems. Mr. Tan has 20+ years' health device R&D, production and market management, who together with Chris Doherty, Vice President of EncounterCare Solutions, will pursue new advancements in research, patents and product solutions going forward.

With multiple patents filed, CNV's VST (vital sign tracker) Sensor Engine enables continuous low power monitoring of: heart rate, activity, temperature, PTT (Pulse transit time), Sp02 (Blood oxygen), and GSR (Galvanic skin response) from the convenience of a single contact point on the arm. Encrypted data can be processed for biometric parameters relating to: sleep cycles, activity, anxiety, depression or seizures, and further calibrated into a "LifeScore" rating, upon which pre-crisis, preventive measures can be applied and validated.

EncounterCare Solutions' multi patented, FDA approved health server data management system will incorporate CNV's remote health monitoring technology -- forming a seamless end-to-end, sensor-to-server FDA based foundation, upon which products and services ranging from chronic and senior care, through to wellness and lifestyle health management can be established. Both medical professionals and health advisors alike can offer improved individual care of patients through a centrally administered iOT (internet of things) based system of continuous health monitoring and quantification of treatment plans and outcomes.

According to DDW Healthcare, the annual smart wearable healthcare market volume will grow from $2 billion in 2014 to $41 billion in 2020, a compound annual growth rate of 65%.

Personal health, wellness product market to reach $8B by 2018

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has announced the results of a new report which predicts more than a 142 percent increase in personal health and wellness product sales and software and service revenues over the next five years. During this period, product sales of software and service revenues will see the largest growth, according to the report, having generated more than $3.3 billion of revenue in 2013, and growing to more than $8 billion by 2018. With more than 40 million personal health and wellness products having sold in 2013, the figure is expected to rise to more than 70 million by 2018.

Wearable technology market to hit $6B by 2016

http://www.fiercemobilehealthcare.com/story/wearable-technology-market-hit-6b-2016/2012-08-09#ixzz2BPjlfRpd.

Market for embedded health monitoring-gadgets to hit 170M devices by 2017

http://www.fiercemobilehealthcare.com/story/market-embedded-health-monitoring-gadgets-hit-170m-devices-2017/2012-08-03

Armed with combined strength of the Joint Venture technologies, plus disruptive innovation of forth coming products, the goal of Acculife™ is to capture significant market share in 2016, and solidify incremental yearly growth and sales profits.

About CNV Systems Ltd.:

CNV Systems Ltd. is a Canadian owned bio sensor research company based in Vancouver, British Columbia. It is comprised of an international team of highly experienced researchers, product managers and business executives with 20+ years' tech development experience, and 11+ years of health wearable R&D and production expertise. We focus on researching and applying the latest bio sensor technologies in commercial applications.

http://www.cnvsystems.com

About CyberCare Health Network:

CyberCare Health Network is a wholly owned subsidiary of EncounterCare Solutions (OTC PINK: ECSL), headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, and is an integrated Healthcare and Energy company that operates its business through two divisions, the Healthcare Technology Division and the Healthcare Services Division. The Company's healthcare businesses offer a broad range of proprietary healthcare technology, products and services that address several substantial target markets including the Healthcare Information Technology Market, the Healthcare Telemedicine Market and the Homecare Visit our CyberCare Health Network website at www.CyberCarehn.com.

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