LifeSync buys Motorola remote monitoring patents

By: Brian Dolan | Jan 4, 2010        

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According to a report from the Associated Press just before the holidays, Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based LifeSync Holdings bought a number of medical patents from Motorola. According to the AP, LifeSync purchased the Besson Patent Portfolio and various other patents that enable wireless monitoring of patients from Motorola.

The companies did not disclose the terms of the deal.

LifeSync Holdings is the parent company of LifeSync Corporation, (not to be confused with Humana subsidiary LifeSynch). LifeSync makes and develops the LifeSync Wireless ECG System, a wireless ECG transmission device used by hospitals in conjunction with their existing patient monitoring equipment to improve patient safety and hospital productivity, according to the company.

For more on LifeSync, check out its website here