ConnectMe System Installed at Brannon Crossing Infusion Center

News release

Lexington, KY (February 17, 2012) -- Connected Patients, LLC, maker of the interactive patient care ConnectMe terminals, has once again partnered with Central Baptist Hospital through its installation in their new infusion center in Brannon Crossing.

The new infusion center, which opened in December of last year, is a state-of-the-art facility aimed at meeting the needs of these patients.  "Patient satisfaction is so high with the computers that when we began planning for expanding to another location, the computers were included in our initial design", said Kay Ross, Vice President of Oncology and Clinical Support Services at Central Baptist Hospital.

This brand new facility south of Lexington, KY is part of the Brannon Crossing development which is a mixed use master-planned community.  Brannon Crossing is meeting the needs of residents in southern Lexington and Nicholasville.  Dan Hollingshead, President and CEO of Connected Patients sees a lot of good in this new facility.  "We're excited to have been chosen once again by Central Baptist Hospital to help them maximize the care experience of these patients", said Mr. Hollingshead.  "The center is bright and soothing, but also has the newest technology, including our ConnectMe chair-side terminals.  This is a win-win-win for patients, Central Baptist Hospital, and Connected Patients."

ConnectedPatients LLC is a technology company committed to providing healthcare facilities and their patients with solutions leading to a better patient experience. It has a multiyear contract with Central Baptist Hospital.  For more information go to www.connectedpatients.com.