Danavation Technologies announces pilot launch of Digital Smart Labels™ for The Ensign Group
The pilot launch will be at an Ensign-affiliated interim care home located in San Diego, California, with installation to commence during Q2 2021.
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TORONTO — Danavation Technologies Corp., a Canadian-based Internet of Things (IoT) technology company and provider of micro e-paper displays, announces the signing of a software and purchasing agreement for Danavation’s Digital Smart Labels(TM) with The Ensign Group, Inc., marking the Company’s first installation in the healthcare sector. Through independent operating subsidiaries, Ensign has a total of 232 healthcare facilities providing a broad spectrum of skilled nursing, assisted living and other rehabilitative and healthcare services across the United States, and will be commencing a pilot launch of Danavation’s platform which supports the Company’s strategy to expand beyond its retail foundation.
The pilot launch will be at an Ensign-affiliated interim care home located in San Diego, California, with installation to commence during Q2 2021. By implementing the Company’s Digital Smart Labels(TM) model, with custom face plates and mounting brackets, Ensign will be able to effectively digitize the patient and caregiver experience. Danavation’s Digital Smart Labels(TM) offer a secure solution for healthcare and long-term care facilities to safely store, display and access information.
Ensign’s subsidiaries provide a range of healthcare services at multiple locations across the U.S., including in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Nevada, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wisconsin. Several other post-acute-related services, including mobile x-ray, lab, non-emergency transportation services and other consulting services are offered across several states by Ensign’s new business venture operating subsidiaries.
“I am very pleased to welcome Ensign to the Danavation family of customers and announce this pivotal milestone of expanding into the North American healthcare sector. Building on our continued momentum with retail clients, we are now broadening our reach to target markets where there is a need to seamlessly and accurately update critical data in order to capture efficiencies and ultimately, enhance the delivery of client care,” said John Ricci, CEO of Danavation.