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Freeus Executive to Present Geriatric Care Session at IoT Evolution Health

By Ken Briodagh
January 16, 2018

In a recent release, Freeus, a fast-growing growing mobile personal emergency response system (mPERS) business in the United States, has announced that Arthur A. Von Ahnen, New Business Account Executive, Freeus, will present a session at IoT Evolution Health, taking place January 22-25, 2018, at the Disney Contemporary Resort, Orlando, Florida.

“We are proud to present the session ‘Geriatric Care’ to IoT Evolution Health attendees,” said Arthur A. Von Ahnen, Freeus New Business Account Executive. “We look forward to exploring how healthcare organizations can use medical alerts to offer peace of mind for their elderly patients while reducing hospital readmissions and improving outcomes.”

IoT Evolution Health is the leading education and networking forum for Healthcare Enterprises, IoT developers and suppliers, and Health OEMs to learn from each other and collaborate on solutions that will lead to improved efficiencies, new profit centers and better health outcomes for patients.

“We are so excited to have Arthur and Freeus joining us for the inaugural IoT Evolution Health event,” said Ken Briodagh, editorial director, IoT Evolution Health & IoT Evolution. “This event is all about finding the most strategic places where IoT and Healthcare can learn from each other and enhance patient care. Freeus is already a leader in doing that for geriatrics, so I’m really looking forward to this session.”

Von Ahnen’s session will help attendees discover how they can increase value for their patients by offering medical alerts, what kinds of medical alerts are available, and the economics of incorporating medical alerts into their product offerings.

Freeus is a wholesale provider of innovative mobile medical alerts that work at home and away to offer confidence and independence to users and provide 24/7 access to certified care specialists with the press of a button. Freeus products are designed to ensure that users are never alone. The company developed its exclusive hyper-redundant Orion platform to integrate Freeus medical alerts with cellular networks and its UL-Listed, CSAA-certified Five Diamond central station. Freeus products feature proprietary firmware, WiFi location technologies and low-maintenance, long-lasting rechargeable batteries.

To help its authorized dealers maximize success in the medical alert industry, Freeus created PERS University, which features educational videos, one-on-one expert guidance and customized marketing materials.

Attend the IoT Health session “Geriatric care” on January 23 at 1:30 p.m. Click here to register or visit www.freeus.com to learn more.


Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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