Triple W was awarded second place at this year’s HME Retail Product Awards for DFree, its wearable device for incontinence, designed to notify users when it’s time to go to the bathroom.
The awards, sponsored by HomeCare Magazine, were presented recently during the HME trade show MEDTRADE, held in Atlanta.
The retail awards competition aims to promote and recognize products that contribute to providers’ bottom lines through cash sales.
All entries were judged on their contribution to the quality of life, and how well they would work in a retail environment. Products were also judged on: marketing support provided to suppliers, innovation, functionality, quality/durability, aesthetics/style, ease of retail, set-up and pricing.
“We’re honored to be recognized by HomeCare Magazine as one of the top innovative HME retail products,” says Atsushi Nakanishi, president and CEO of San Diego-based Triple W, in a media release.
“We look forward to building strong partnerships with HME retailers to bring their customers the DFree wearable health device – a new approach to manage the challenges of incontinence while providing freedom to do the things they love to do.”
For more information about the DFree device, visit Triple W.
[Source(s): Triple W, PRWeb]