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Submitted by xtheownerzx 582d ago | interview

CES 2013 – Philips Lifeline GoSafe Interview with Nick Padula

GamerFitNation: Philips Lifeline is a division of Philips that deals mainly with healthcare and health monitoring systems. While at CES, I ran into one of the best individuals I probably will ever meet. Nick Padula is the Vice President of North American Sales for Phillips Lifeline and the information that he gave us during this interview was great. The GoSafe is a great product and no, not because it helps monitor falls, but because it provides your grandparent, mother, or father the reassurance that someone will be with them and that they are not alone when something happens. We often see those cheesy commercials with the older person falling in the bathtub and the son or wife coming home finding them incapacitated. (CES 2013, Gadgets, Phillips)

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