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iHealth Logo1March 2 2015

Exertis, a B2B and retail distributor, has announced it will be the UK distributor for iHealth. The partnership, with immediate effect, means Exertis will be distributing the full range of iHealth blood pressure monitors, wireless scales, fitness devices and glucometers.

US-based iHealth launched into Europe in 2013 and is seen as a leader in the high-growth connected health market. It launched the first mobile-app enabled blood pressure device in 2011, the first wireless blood pressure meters in 2012 and the first wireless blood glucose meter in 2013.

Joe Officer, Head of Accessories for Exertis, commented: “Health services globally are struggling with the burden of growing/aging populations and continue to put more emphasis onto patients directly to monitor their own well-being. And more generally, consumers themselves want to use their increasing number of connected devices to proactively stay in tune with their bodies. The potential for iHealth in the UK is vast.”

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