26 Nov One Eleven Group and Qmetis Announce Marketing Partnership
NEW YORK, NY (November 26, 2018) – New York-based Qmetis, Inc. and the One Eleven Group (Cornwall, Connecticut) announced today a partnership charging the One Eleven Group with the management of external marketing communications efforts for Qmetis. The One Eleven Group has already begun development of the marketing and support materials behind Qmetis’s newest product launches, for spinal cord injury and hospital-acquired infections, and will manage additional tasks for future product rollouts and further international expansion in 2019. “We have seen the positive impact that improving outcomes brings to patient well-being and doing so at a lower cost is a winning formula for all – we are delighted to help bring this solution to the market,” says One Eleven Group CEO, Janet Carlson. “We wanted to partner with a company experienced with marketing to healthcare professionals, that understands compliance software – we found that with the One Eleven Group,” said Jack Fitzgibbons, President and COO of Qmetis.
About Qmetis. Qmetis is a medical informatics company building software solutions for doctors and nurses that place evidence-based treatment guidelines for a specific illness at the point of care, where the greatest difference in costs and outcomes can be achieved. Qmetis’s first products are for adult and pediatric traumatic brain injury.
About the One Eleven Group. The One Eleven Group is a health care marketing agency with a focus on the digital world but with significant traditional media experience as well. Clients have included top-tier Rx and OTC pharmaceutical firms such as Pfizer, Merck, Astra Zeneca, and J&J. Tele-healthcare clients such as Viterion and AMC Health, healthcare insurance companies such as Access Health CT, and healthcare nonprofits round out OEG’s client list.
The agency also serves a variety of entrepreneurial startups and restarts and serves local businesses, helping them to maximize their potential while helping larger companies think more like entrepreneurs.