NEWPORT BEACH, CA / ACCESSWIRE / May 12, 2022 / Wearable Health Solutions Inc. (OTC PINK:WHSI) (“Wearable Health Solutions” or the “Company”), today announced that “The company has completed our most recent two year audited financial statements and has deployed the results and other corporate updates in a Form 10-12g/A filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) with acceptance” stated Harrysen Mittler CEO “Appropriately we are preparing an up listing for quotation of our common shares on the OTC: QB trading platform. We believe that the up listing will allow certain investors, funds, brokers and institutions with additional access to participate in the trading of our capital stock”.
Concurrently, the company intends to access the capital markets to consider various forms of financing alternatives in order to fund its expanding business model and to expedite the launch of its iHelp Max 4G Device, remote monitoring systems, wrist bands, accessories and its Lone Worker Program initiative scheduled for deployment in the summer of 2022.
The company is upgrading its; device technologies in its fulfillment center; dealer and vendor orientation/ training programs; staffing and personnel requirements; and marketing and promotion platform for incoming devices, products and services which include the new iHelp Max 4G device, accessories and integrated vitals monitoring wrist bands. Currently, negotiations are underway with several media groups and platforms for production and media time to air commercials and advertisements on television & radio to further market the products and services.
“The company’s initial production of 5,000 iHelp Max 4G devices and accessories could be increased to 10,000 units, in an effort to meet anticipated pent-up demand both domestically and internationally.” stated Peter Pizzino, President “The sales and marketing effort through our dealers, distributors and vendors networks will be organized and managed by Mr. Cayle, Vice President and staff.”
In addition, the company has updated its websites at: wearablehealthsolutions.com; ihelpalarm.com; 1800medalert.com; wearablehealthsolutions.com/investor-relations; reflecting corporate, product, DTC and investor relations references.
The company is an established manufacturer of Personal Emergency Response Systems (“PERS”) devices in the rapidly expanding medical alarm device and eHealth sector. As such, we provide innovative wearable healthcare products and services to dealers and distributors across the globe. Our management team has over 30 years of experience in the health care sector beginning with the launch of the MediPendant™, the first medical alarm device that enabled the user to speak and listen to the emergency response operator directly through the pendant.
The company is expected to launch its latest PERS device, the iHelp Max 4G in the summer of 2022. The device is a 4G cellular PERS unit with advanced features such as; fall detection, geo-fencing, AI utilizing Google Assistant and Alexa, notifications, daily check-ins, medication reminders and Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM).
In addition, the new iHelp Max device, with its advanced medical alarm technology platform, enables remote monitoring, data collection of essential vital signs in real-time with historical data via Bluetooth, NFC, and WIFI technology made available to end users, clinics, hospitals and health care centers. Our RPM solution, with real time monitoring of vital signs, may store data in the cloud to enable viewing of historical information and potential critical health issues before they materialize in patients or end users.
Also, the company may consider licensing its technology as a healthcare data transmission system to clinics, hospitals and health care centers which may improve the quality of health care provided to patients and loved ones while lowering costs if adopted, creating a sustainable Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) model.
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