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Working to Reduce Costly Hospital Readmissions
By linking patients, wearable biological sensors that can be read with an encrypted NFC device, and doctors or hospitals, Gentag is working to reduce costly hospital readmissions, simplify patient discharge, and enable easy in-home self-monitoring.
From the National Labs to Hospitals and Homes
Radar Responsive Tags, a sophisticated geolocation and tracking technology, are capable of precision locating items or individuals over large areas. First developed at the US National Laboratories for the Department of Defense, these tiny wireless chips are combined with sensors and capable of providing exquisite location services.
Gentag’s pathbreaking IP now covers all key areas of wireless diagnostics including diagnostic skin patches, immunoassays and lab-on-a-chip technologies.November 10, 2017Read more
WASHINGTON, Nov. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Gentag, Inc. is pleased to announce the issuance of 30 additional patents in Europe covering wireless lab-on- a-chip (LOC) diagnostic devices. The company now holds over 100 issued patents covering cell-based consumer and medical diagnostics that are at the apex of personalized medicine, telemedicine and point-of- care testing. These combined technologies allow a range
- October 18, 2016Read more
This new platform could make accurate point-of-care diagnostics instantly available to anyone with a cell phone. WASHINGTON, DC, October 18, 2016 — /PRNewswire/ — Gentag, Inc. is pleased to announce the issuance of U.S. Patent No. 9,470,699. This is the company’s seventy-sixth issued patent in the area of diagnostics with cell phones. This new patent, which covers both advanced biomarker
- January 12, 2016Read more
Can the IoT Actually Be Secure? These Two Companies Say Yes Gentag and Security First Corp. Sign Agreement to Secure NFC Sensor Transactions WASHINGTON, DC and RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, CA–(Marketwired – Jan 11, 2016) – Gentag Inc. and Security First Corp. have announced an agreement to secure NFC and sensor transactions for the Internet of Things (IoT). California-based Security First Corp.’s patented cryptographic splitting