Growing Maine medical device provider pivots to COVID-19 fight

A medical device maker with a growing Maine presence is expanding its at-home health-monitoring product to screen individuals at most risk of COVID-19.

Senscio Systems, which is based in Boxborough, Mass., has operated in Maine for five years and last year opened an operations center in Scarborough. The majority of its customers in Maine, CEO Piali De told Mainebiz.

It offers a software program, Ibis Health Management Solution, that’s designed to be part of a home-based telehealth management system for monitoring an individual’s risk of certain diseases by tracking vital signs. With more patients relegated to telehealth systems they can use from home, demand is growing. Read more

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