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Continua expands specs, adds Microsoft

9/28/2010 05:25 PM EDT
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Steven Dean
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Steven Dean   10/1/2010 3:16:36 PM
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Hi Rick - Steven Dean here. It's good to see the wide area network addition, as it's really a requirement within the connected eco system. Getting Microsoft included is great as well. The challenge for everone in this space is moving this solution set from a consumer play into a reimbursable play with MCS and the major insurance companies backing it. In my mind, this simply must and will eventually happen.

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rick merritt   9/28/2010 5:42:27 PM
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I'd love to hear concerns from anyone designing home medical systems.

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