iMPak Health

By Jonah Comstock May 4, 2015
Meridian Health subsidiary iMPak Health has teamed up with biomedical and healthcare technology group NetScientific to create a new digital health sales and marketing company called Triventis Health. Triventis will market combined offerings from iMPak and Wanda Health, a subsidiary of NetScientific, relying on Wanda Health's offerings for data analytics andiIMPak's easy-to-use devices for remote...
By Neil Versel January 8, 2013
iMPak Health, Neptune City, N.J.-based creator of pocket-sized devices for ECG testing, sleep monitoring and pain management, is turning to crowdsourcing to fund its latest offering, a foray into gamification. However, the outreach has struggled to gain momentum. iMPak, a joint venture of New Jersey hospital system Meridian Health and Swedish wireless technology vendor Cypak, has listed "Emmett's...
By Brian Dolan May 21, 2012
New Jersey-based healthcare system Meridian Health's joint venture, iMPak Health announced its next low-cost mobile health device, a Near Field Communication (NFC) enabled credit card sized ECG device that pairs with NFC-enabled smartphones and tablets. iMPak, which Meridian co-founded with Swedish technology vendor Cypak, said the device, called RhythmTrak, works with Android devices today and...
By Chris Gullo October 3, 2011
Meridian Health, T-Mobile, and iMPak Health jointly announced the launch this week of iMPak's SleepTrack sleep monitor. The system has three components: a SleepTrak card (which is a credit card-sized wireless device that is worn on the upper arm), a free app offered through Nokia's Ovi store, and T-Mobile’s Astound smartphone, which is the only phone compatible with the SleepTrak device. iMPak is...
By Brian Dolan April 20, 2011
Last year Meridian Health, a not-for-profit group of hospitals in New Jersey, teamed up with near-field communications (NFC) technology vendor Cypak to create iMPak Health, which is focused on creating wireless health monitoring devices and services. This week iMPak announced its second offering: SleepTrak, which follows on last year's Health Journal for Pain. According to iMPak, some 25 percent...