Fintwis Solutions, a Minnesota-based provider of cloud computing services and solutions for health care, announced plans to add five new products to its lineup.
Light Sustainability Solutions, which is based in Minneapolis, will add a cloud-based service that offers cloud-computing services for the medical industry, said chief executive officer Andrew Ritchie.
LightSulfur also will offer cloud-hosted services to health care providers, he said.
Lightsulfur’s first product is called Sulfure, which combines light- and heavy-duty sulfate production into a single product, Ritchie said.
The product uses two large pumps that produce light- or heavy-weight sulfate in a vacuum-activated process.
Light- or light-weight sulfur is used in cleaning products and industrial products, and is used for fertilizers and for cleaning and sanitizing products, Riggins said.
Another product LightSustainability uses to reduce health risks of asthma is LightSulphur, which creates a product using light-duty sulfur that delivers light-sensitive oxygen.
Sulfurous gas is also used in air fresheners, the company said.
Ritchie added that LightSustainable’s Cloud Solutions products use light-sulfure and heavy sulfate as a mixture, but it is a mix that can be tailored to individual health needs.
The company is launching the LightSULPHUR product in the U.S. in late March and plans to expand to other markets, he added.
Riggins noted that Lightsustainability was a partner in the creation of the Light-Sulfure product and that it has a global customer base.
“We believe our product has the potential to offer significant savings to patients,” Ritchie wrote in a blog post announcing the product.
The LightSustrement Solutions products are available for $29.99 each, or $99 for six-packs, Ritter wrote.
LightSource, which was founded in 2014, also will be adding products.
Light Source is a provider of healthcare solutions and services for healthcare professionals and health care systems, Riggs said.
Its products are designed to address the needs of healthcare professionals, such as hospitals and nursing homes, as well as for individuals, he wrote.
The products are powered by LightSource’s patented cloud computing platform and use LightSUSTeres cloud-storage technology to store the results of its cloud computing processes.
Light source provides cloud-enabled solutions for the healthcare industry, and it is expanding its portfolio of products to include its Cloud-Ready and Cloud-Optimized products, he noted.
Lightsource’s new products include a product called LightSource 2.0, which will create and manage data on patients’ physical and mental health and wellness, Riggles said.
It will also create and deploy custom, machine-learning-based medical software solutions for healthcare systems.
The Cloud-ready LightSource 2.2 and Cloud Optimized LightSource 3.0 products will provide cloud-driven solutions for patient-facing healthcare, Riven said.
They are both backed by a proprietary platform that provides data-driven analytics and can run in the cloud, he continued.
LightSOURCE has more than 1,400 customers and has a network of more than 8,000 physicians, hospitals and other healthcare professionals across the country, Riggers said.
“The LightSource family of products is a leader in healthcare cloud solutions,” he added, adding that LightSource offers the fastest delivery and integration of healthcare data and services, as a platform for cloud-scale solutions and for the delivery of cloud-ready healthcare solutions.