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ActiveCare, Inc. Announces Government Reimbursement for Product and Services

Tue, 09/06/2011 - 6:39am
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SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- ActiveCare, Inc. (ACAR.OB) a leader in senior care technology, today announced the annual results for the strategic partnership with Mountain Home Medical, Inc. a provider of personal emergency response and elder care products in Colorado.   Working with county and state agencies Mountain Home Medical has over 400 members currently being monitored by ActiveCare.  "We have been working closely with ActiveCare to customize the program to meet our needs, as well as the needs of our clients," said Dan Nicholson, president of Mountain Home Medical.

Serving the urban and rural Colorado, Mountain Home Medical works closely with state Medicaid agencies to provide care and protection to seniors as well as those with severe medical conditions. "ActiveCare is vital in providing a mobile personal emergency application which meets the needs of a growing vulnerable but mobile population," continued Nicholson.

Addressing the medical need of over a half million participants, Colorado provides over $3.5 billion in direct medical and long term care to participants. "Providing immediate care during emergencies, ActiveCare can reduce hospital stays and the financial burden placed on the state," said Jim Dalton, chairman and CEO of ActiveCare.

About ActiveCare:

ActiveCare, Inc., (www.activecare.com) is the service leader in care for the elderly, disabled or chronically ill providing deserved freedom while allowing members to remain living independently longer.  The ActiveCare solution incorporates sensor technologies that allows a member to be constantly monitored in their own home and on the go.  Inside the member's home, ActiveCare installs sensors that allows ActiveCare's 24/7 CareCenter to monitor their movements and health conditions.  When the CareCenter detects any type of anomaly it can immedia

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