Target Teams up with Qardio to Help Boost “Connected Health” Sections in Stores

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If you’re looking forward to staying healthy this Spring, and need a little boost to help you stay motivated, you’ll be happy to know that Qardio has teamed up with Target to bring digital healthcare to the masses!

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Qardio is an award winning digital health company that’s whole mission is to transform the way health is looked at by creating simpler, smarter solutions that everyone from doctors to patients can use. And today they are continuing the trend by announcing that their QardioArm and QardioBase health devices are two products that will be featured in Target’s new “Connected Health” section of their stores nationwide. The mission is to pioneer digital and connected health for Target’s customers, all the while revolutionizing the wellness in-store and the health of the user.

“We are honored to be part of Target’s leadership initiative to bring digital and connected health to the forefront of the customer experience. Customers increasingly seek to take  control of their health and Cardio’s innovative products offer convenient access to the most advanced medically-accurate technologies in the form of beautifully designed health-monitoring devices, perfectly fitting the modern lifestyle,” said Alexis Zervoglos, Chief Business Officer, Qardio.

Seems as if Target is attempting to make sure their customers take their healthcare needs more seriously, and this partnership with Qardio is certainly going to provide customers with state-of-the-art products to make certain of that.

For more details, head over to Qardio’s site today!

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