BOULDER, Colo. & TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun 4, 2012-- Connexall, a provider of software and services to encourage teamwork and collaboration at leading health care organizations, announced today it has been named to the 2012 Colorado Companies to Watch, an annual award recognizing growing companies that develop valuable products and services, create quality jobs, enrich communities and create new industries throughout Colorado. Now in its fourth year, the 2012 Colorado Companies to Watch program attracted more than 360 nominees, with nearly 100 companies selected as finalists. Because of its continued focus on innovation in the health care industry and its dedication to supporting local communities, Connexall was named to the Colorado Companies to Watch class of 2012.

The Colorado Companies to Watch is an awards program to honor second-stage companies for the critical role they play in the economy and communities, and is designed to rally around second-stage establishments, their communities and the organizations that support them. Colorado Companies to Watch is hosted by the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade in partnership with the Edward Lowe Foundation, and is among the foundation's key programs for entrepreneur support organizations (ESOs) and their communities.

"It is an honor to be recognized by this prestigious local organization as a Colorado Company to Watch," said John Elms, president, Connexall USA, Inc. "We strive to bolster the local economy with new job opportunities by leading the charge on innovation in health care, and we look forward to sharing our continued growth and success across the state of Colorado." Innovative solutions and services from Connexall help health care organizations build connectivity in a phased approach across one or more hospital departments. Connexall's solutions serve as a backbone for intelligent workflow design - to collect, monitor and manage a variety of data from more than 250 best-in-breed systems. When a specific condition triggers an event, the Connexall platform immediately relays the right information to the most appropriate responders, based on pre-defined user rules. This level of granularity enables problem-solving at the point of care for optimized clinical decision-making. The company's 20-year legacy of vendor neutrality seamlessly integrates with most any clinical system, electronic medical record, wireless system, RFID tag, whiteboard, Smart phone, or medical device.

Connexall recently introduced a suite of interoperability solutions that is designed to drive new levels of operational efficiency and collaboration across care teams. The Connexall suite - ED Connex, OR Connex, IC Connex or MED Connex- an FDA-cleared Class II Medical Device software, empowers health care organizations to take a more holistic approach to workflow design, with a focus on improving cross-departmental communication among clinical teams (physicians and nursing staff), and ancillary groups (biomedical engineering, dietary, environmental services, IT and pharmacy).

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About Connexall Connexall Inc. is a leading international provider of a hospital-wide interoperability engine that empowers disconnected people, tasks and devices across the care continuum. Its capabilities act as a backbone for enterprise workflow, facilitating the critical exchange of actionable health information at the moment it matters. Based on more than 20 years of R&D efforts, the FDA 510(k)-cleared Class II medical device software connects to a broad range of clinical, IT/facilities systems and communication devices.

With customers in the U.S., Canada, Brazil, Portugal, Azores and China, Connexall works with more than 600 of the world's most renowned and progressive hospitals and health systems, including Cincinnati Children's Hospital, London Health Sciences Centre, Johns Hopkins, University of Toronto SickKids, Mount Sinai Hospital, Central Lisbon Central Hospital and The Disney Cancer Center. Its parent company, GlobeStar Systems Inc., was founded in 1992 and maintains corporate offices in Canada and Portugal. For more information, please visit


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