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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Crosses Borders with Footing in Global Medical Tourism Industry

Friday, July 18th, 2014

Facing the rising, ominous costs of out-of-pocket medical costs, more and more people are crossing borders to receive both critical and elective procedures. Patients Beyond Borders (PBB), a consumer resource dedicated to covering the worldwide “medical tourism” market, estimates that an astounding 1.2 million Americans will travel outside the U.S. for medical care this year.

The destination for these international healthcare seekers is most often Costa Rica, India, Israel, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey and the United States, where cost-savings can average up to 80% on a variety of procedures from cosmetic surgery to cancer treatment.

Medical tourism is still growing its roots, though PBB calculates that the market size is already budding at $38.5 billion-$55 billion based on 11 million patients spending an average of $3,000-$5,000 per visit, including medical, transport and accommodation costs.

Medical facilities around the world are reaping the fruits, as are companies wise to the range of opportunities birthed by international medical travel. With offices in the United States and Canada, Kallo is one such company.

Kallo has established a portfolio of technology (four of which are copyrighted) and services that address common healthcare and business issues faced by the world’s ministries of health, hospitals, physicians and other healthcare organizations.

The company’s CygnaMed™ bi-directional software solution caters specifically to the medical tourism market, providing a platform for ministries of tourism and ministries of health to promote medial tourism in their respective country. For the medical tourist, CygnaMed brings peace of mind. The software is designated for standardizing clinical processes and treatment protocols, addressing patient concerns and ensuring continuity of care regardless of location.

As international medical travel continues to grow, Kallo has demonstrated its ability to recognize, react and capitalize on global healthcare trends.

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Kallo Inc. (KALO) Completes Move On Schedule to Markham, Ontario Locale

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

Kallo Inc. announced today that it has completed its move to an 11,500 square foot Head Office in Markham, Ontario. The new address, effective July 1, 2014, is 675 Cochrane Drive, Suite 630, Markham, ON L3R 0B8, Canada. Phone, fax and email remain the same.

“In January this year, we established a June 2014 move-in deadline to our new office, and are delighted that we have met this aggressive deadline. This exemplifies Kallo’s determination, planning and management abilities to meet aggressive deadlines. We look forward to announcing our next achievements in delivering a US 200 million dollar Kallo MobileCare and Kallo RuralCare project to the Republic of Guinea,” added Mr. Vince Leitao, President and Chief Operating Officer of Kallo Inc.

Kallo improves the quality and efficiency of care by providing centralized solutions that address healthcare and business issues for ministries of health, hospitals, physicians & other healthcare organizations. KALOs technology suite transforms healthcare delivery via rural healthcare, disease management, clinical globalization, and oHealth solutions.

Among KALOs clinical solutions is Kallo RuralCare. It is a prefabricated, pre-tested modular and project determined healthcare system installed with the latest medical equipment from X-Ray and ultrasound to surgery, lab and pharmacy equipment. The modular, rural healthcare delivery system ranges from 1,200 to 3,800 square feet and can be implemented in rural or disaster-struck areas in as little as a weeks time.

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) MobileCare™ Solution, Supporting Technology Provides Invaluable Continuing Education

Thursday, July 3rd, 2014

Continuing education and maintaining familiarity with the latest advances, developments and technologies is of upmost importance in any segment of the healthcare field. With this in mind, Kallo, Inc. is collaborating with U.S. and Canadian academia to design education and training programs that will heighten the skills of healthcare professionals as well as the company’s own employees.

Supported by a management team with entrepreneurship, experience and knowledge of healthcare, Kallo aims to increase the quality and reach of medical treatment in remote areas. To execute this mission, the company has developed a portfolio of clinical solutions in compliance with international, national and regional standards.

Kallo’s MobileCare™ is a comprehensive solution for remote and/or unreached communities. The mobile clinics are loaded with best-in-class medical devices and corresponding information systems. Contributing to further education, the MobileCare product also includes a training program to ensure a successful grafting of medical and technical best practices from around the world.

MobileCare is linked via telehealth, which uses advanced diagnostic video conferencing to enable patient-physician/specialist interaction in real-time over unlimited distances. For healthcare professionals in rural areas, this technology provides invaluable secondary support and the opportunity to increase medical knowledge and practices.

The telehealth systems provide access to diagnostic, surgical and technical guidance from specialists at Clinical Command Centers that are located at the nearest teaching hospital, enabling specialists to provide care to patients in unreached remote areas. Armed with this field support and access to MobileCare’s cutting-edge medical equipment and technology, trained and certified staff will be able to perform tasks that are not usually performed by technicians.

The Kallo Clinical Transformation Team, comprised of doctors, nurses, bio-medical engineers, partnered with academia to develop specific training programs for MobileCare to educate medical professionals on the use of onboard equipment and best-practice procedures and protocol.

Nurses are provided continuing medical education in areas such as monitoring and tracking vital signs, IV placement, phlebotomy, administration of medications and more. MobileCare also provides training for local technicians on how to install, repair, calibrate, inspect and provide maintenance on all technical equipment within the mobile clinic. Furthermore, mobile clinic operators are trained to perform level-one equipment troubleshooting and to oversee the transformation of the clinic into an aseptic environment.

Through integration with current healthcare infrastructures, MobileCare optimizes the scope and efficiency of healthcare by delivering higher standards via latest technologies. The solution equips medical personnel with the equipment and technology to advance medical care in remote or disaster-stricken areas, filling a dire need within the broader healthcare industry.

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Begins Talks with Sierra Leone as Country is in the Midst of the Deadliest Ebola Outbreak in History

Friday, June 27th, 2014

Under a $200 million contract with the Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene of the Republic of Guinea, Kallo has agreed to implement a variety of its healthcare delivery solutions, including MobileCare, which are effectively mobile clinics on a truck that are fully equipped with the latest medical devices, congruent information systems technologies, with a satellite and radio-frequency communications infrastructure to connect to Telehealth centers for determining complex diagnosis. The company will also implement its RuralCare pre-fabricated modulated healthcare delivery systems, which range in size from 1,200 to 3,800 square feet and can be implemented in as short as a week.

Just to the southwest of Guinea and also in West Africa is the Republic of Sierra Leone. This past June 13, 2014, the Ministry of Health and Sanitation of the Republic of Sierra Leone through Permanent Secretary Mr. Sadiq Kapuwa has extended an invitation for Kallo to visit Sierra Leone between August and September 2014 to meet with senior technical officials of the Ministry to further discuss Kallo’s proposal and enhance management decision to move forward with the Kallo MobileCare initiative.

Simultaneously, the deadliest outbreak of Ebola virus in the history of the world is occurring right now hitting Guinea and Sierra Leone as well as the neighboring country Liberia, so one can see why these health ministries are reaching out for new solutions to treat people. Just a matter of months ago, Guinea announced that the Ebola outbreak was pretty much contained. Unfortunately, the situation got worse as the disease has now killed an estimated 367 since this winter and infected 600. On June 23, the group Doctors Without Borders sent out a distress call, and stated it was overwhelmed and that the epidemic was completely out of control, and that it couldn’t send workers to new outbreak sites without getting more resources.

There are five known species of Ebola virus. This particular virus is the strain Zaire Ebola virus, which is considered the most deadly and kills 79% of those infected. The disease starts off with flu-like symptoms and often ends with horrific hemorrhaging. In later stages of the disease, some people bleed from the eyes, nose, ears, mouth, and rectum. What actually kills people is shock from multiple organ failure, including problems with the liver, kidneys, and central nervous system. Symptoms come on abruptly after an incubation period of 2 to 21 days. And people generally die between day 6 and 16 of the illness. People can be treated for the symptoms and usually given intravenous fluids for dehydration, and some of those treated can survive.

There is no cure for the disease although the National Institute of Health (NIH) has set aside a budget of $50 million for drug research. Some scientists are also working on possible vaccines. The World Health Organization (WHO) has called for an 11-nation emergency meeting to be held on July 2-3 in Accra, Ghana to discuss how best to tackle the current crisis.

Doctors Without Borders has made it quite clear that they need additional medical staff with training in how to treat Ebola. Although it is unknown whether Kallo will play any direct role regarding this current crisis, it has awakened these countries in the realization that they need to rapidly build and improve their healthcare infrastructure, and Kallo offers strong solutions to help fulfill that purpose.

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Employs Cutting-Edge Tech in Clinical Solutions

Thursday, June 19th, 2014

Markham, Canada-based Kallo is using intuitive technology to enhance life. The company is focused on improving the class and effectiveness of medical care with centralized, matching solutions that tackle healthcare and business issues for hospitals, clinics, ministries of health, and other healthcare organizations. The company also designs and develops software that takes medical information from multiple sources and deposits it to a single source in the form of an electronic medical record (EMR) for a patient.

Kallo’s technology transforms healthcare-delivery with its suite of clinical solutions, which include rural healthcare, clinical globalization and disease management. The company’s custom solutions allow for the efficient delivery of healthcare services; complement existing infrastructure, processes and workflows; and increase uptime and productivity. All of Kallo’s clinical solutions also conform to regional, national and international standards, and the company’s rigorous quality control ensures predictable, process-driven healthcare delivery for maximum performance.

Since its founding in 2006, Kallo’s products have included the electronic medical record (EMR) system and a picture communication and archiving system. Kallo also manufactures:

• An EMR integration engine software that links different applications inside or outside a hospital or clinic with the EMR system, thus enabling doctors and nurses to access information in other healthcare applications without moving from one computer to the next;
• A C&ID-IMS, an Internet-based solution for observing and managing communicable and infectious disease information;
• A CCG, a clinical-care globalization technology; and
• A MC-Telehealth, a mobile clinic with the telehealth system.

Kallo engages in marketing its EMR system directly to doctors’ offices, walk-in clinics, independent diagnostic centers and health facilities, and hospitals in Canada, as well as globally through commercial partnerships.

The company’s leaders have extensive industry knowledge and are deeply committed to the company, its customers and its shareholders. These managers reflect the diversity of a global culture and the strength of a global network. They also acknowledge that they have a special responsibility to act with integrity, insist on excellence, support innovation and lead by example.

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Demonstrates Progressive Ability to Achieve Company Initiatives

Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

In June, 2013, Kallo, Inc., publicly voiced its desire to help improve the quality and efficiency of care for Ghanaians. The strategy was to partner with government officials to provide a singular solution that would addresses business issues for hospitals, physician practice, Ministry of Health and health care organizations.

By implementing its mobile clinical setup with comprehensive diagnostic capabilities for basic and mid-tier medical care, Kallo’s plan was aimed at enhancing health care delivery services in areas such as rural health care delivery, diagnosis and treatment, response and disaster management, and even presidential entourage.

In January, 2014, Kallo reached its goal, signing a more than $200 million supply contract with the Republic of Guinea to help the government achieve the World Health Organization’s Millennium Development Goals for Guinea.

Kallo CEO John Cecil and COO Vince Leitao have met with several key government officials, including the president of the Republic of Guinea, His Excellency Professor Alpha Conde.

As reported in the company’s most recent news release regarding the matter, Cecil stated, “His Excellency Professor Condé the president of Guinea is very keen to ensure that the rural population of Guinea has access to a high standard of healthcare, and that the Kallo MobileCare and RuralCare program is implemented as quickly as possible. We admire his determination and vision to care for the people of Guinea and are grateful for the confidence placed in us.”

Over the course of 24 months, Kallo will work with government officials to increase the level of education of the nation’s healthcare workforce and implement customized healthcare delivery systems such as MobileCare™, RuralCare™, hospital information systems, telehealth systems, pharmacy information, disaster management, air and surface patient transportation systems and clinical training.

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Counters Global Healthcare Challenges with Portfolio of Innovative Solutions

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014

In a strategic blend of technology and healthcare, Kallo provides tailored solutions designed to enhance and accelerate the delivery of healthcare services, especially in rural areas that often suffer from healthcare provider and workforce shortages, low funding and issues with response time due to geographic location.

As reported by the Center on Aging Society at Georgetown University, these challenges are compounded by the fact that rural areas have greater incidences of arthritis, asthma, heart disease, diabetes, hypertension and mental disorders than their urban counterparts.

With locations in New York, New York, and Markham, Ontario, Canada, Kallo has developed a suite of solutions designed to address these rural healthcare concerns as well as business issues for Ministries of Health, hospitals, physicians and other healthcare organizations.

From the company’s !ntegraat technology, which provides clinicians with a seamless flow of pertinent medical information, to its fully operational, pre-fabricated healthcare delivery systems, Kallo’s portfolio of innovative offerings is capable of addressing a wide range of healthcare challenges.

Kallo’s suite of products includes four copyrighted technologies, each designated to serve a specific segment of the medical technology sector. As the global healthcare system continues to bow under the weight of an increasing number of people suffering from chronic diseases and lifestyle conditions, Kallo’s diverse offerings has positioned the company as a promising provider of healthcare delivery solutions.

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Clinical Solutions Cover Gamut of Healthcare Delivery

Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014

Kallo, with corporate locations in New York and Canada, has developed a suite of clinical solutions, including four copyrighted technologies, designed to provide efficient delivery of healthcare services in a manner complementary to existing infrastructure, workflows and processes. Combining innovation, telecommunication, technology and quality management, Kallo’s solutions enable a seamless flow of information that enables healthcare professionals to provide patients with timely and effective healthcare.

RuralCare™, for example, is Kallo’s modular and project-determined healthcare delivery system designed for rural or disaster-struck areas. These pre-fabricated systems, ranging in size from 1200 to 3800 square feet, can be implemented in as little as a week, and are fully equipped with X-Ray, ultrasound, surgery, lab, pharmacy and other medical equipment, as well as staff rooms, a maternity ward, kitchenette and showers.

The company’s primary focuses are on rural healthcare, disease management, clinical globalization and oHealth solutions, addressing healthcare and business issues for ministries of health, hospitals, physicians and other healthcare organizations.

In the first quarter, Kallo entered into a $200 million supply contract with the Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene of the Republic of Guinea in which Kallo will implement its healthcare delivery solutions in alignment with the World Health Organization’s Millennium Development Goals for Guinea.

The agreement includes implementation of Kallo’s MobileCare™, RuralCare™, hospital information systems, telehealth systems, pharmacy information, disaster management, air and surface patient transportation systems and clinical training.

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Streamlines Healthcare Solutions

Friday, May 23rd, 2014

Kallo is a healthcare provider that provides centralized solutions to address the healthcare and business issues faced by Ministries of Health, hospitals, physicians, and other healthcare organizations.

The company’s products aim to improve the quality and efficiency of these organizations’ healthcare processes. Kallo’s technology has the ability to transform healthcare delivery through its rural healthcare, disease management, and clinical globalization solutions.

Healthcare organizations can place their trust in Kallo because its products are not just of high quality and effective, but they comply with international, national, and regional standards. With this weight alleviated from their shoulders, Kallo users can focus on their important tasks without worrying about compliance. Kallo’s products are also regulated by the company’s stringent quality control standards, ensuring maximum performance, every time.

Kallo, Inc. has had two important developments so far in 2014. In January, the company announced that it signed a supply contract with the Ministry of Health in the Republic of Guinea for an approximate sum of $200 million dollars. Kallo will be implementing customized solutions for the Republic of Guinea, something the company thinks it could eventually repeat in other countries.

Then, in February, Kallo announced that it selected Dell Canada to design and built the IT infrastructure for its healthcare delivery systems. Representatives from Kallo stated that they were excited to partner with a company that has international name recognition and top-tier products, and believes it will only benefit Kallo’s own international branding in the future.

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Guinea is on a Mission to Improve Rural Healthcare; Kallo, Inc. (KALO) is Part of the Solution

Friday, May 16th, 2014

Roughly 12 million people call Guinea home, a West African country sitting on an abundance of natural resources but flanked with socio-economic and political challenges that warrant its rank as 178th out of 187 countries in the United Nations Development Programme’s Human Development Index. In particular, child mortalities and maternal health, which are goals 4 and 5 of Guinea’s Millennium Development Goals, are a significant concern for the country’s government.

In December 2013, the Minister of Health and Public Hygiene announced an initiative focused specifically on addressing these issues by delivering a high standard of healthcare in Guinea and raising the level of education of its healthcare workforce.

This strategy involves the technology and services of Kallo, Inc., a New York-based company developing a suite of solutions to provide efficient delivery of healthcare services while further educating healthcare workers. The company’s range of solutions utilizes telecommunication, technology and quality management to ensure a seamless flow of information/data to provide patients with timely and effective healthcare.

Under a $200 million contract between Kallo and the Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene of the Republic of Guinea, Kallo will implement a variety of its healthcare delivery solutions, including its MobileCare mobile clinics that are fully equipped with the latest medical devices (enabling ability to perform on-site surgeries, wound care and more) and congruent information systems. The company will also implement its RuralCare, Hospital Information Systems, Telehealth Systems, Pharmacy Information, disaster management, air and surface patient transportation systems, and clinical training.

Over the course of 24 months, Kallo plans to unfurl its solutions in Guinea in a manner designed to meet rural healthcare needs, increase the level of education of the nation’s healthcare workforce, and accelerate the progress toward Guinea’s healthcare Millennium Development Goals.

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Full-Spectrum Healthcare Information Technology and Tailored Infrastructure Solutions Primed for Explosive Global Growth

Thursday, May 8th, 2014

Kallo has put together an advanced suite of medical technology offerings that vastly improve quality and efficiency of healthcare delivery, with products ranging from health informatics solutions like !ntegraat, which integrates with existing medical technologies and allows for the seamless transmission of data off any EMR, PACS, HIS, RIS, PIS or DI-r device, to fully-equipped and telehealth-enabled mobile clinic solutions like MobileCare™, designed to bring the latest, best-in-class medical equipment to remote and unreached communities. The company’s RuralCare™, pre-fabricated, project determined modular solutions, ranging in size from 1.2k to 3.8k square feet, are intended for rapid implementation (as little as one week) of response capability in rural areas or locations hit by a disaster. An ingenious concept capable of bringing the complete architecture of a clinic to bear when and where it is needed, with everything from x-ray and ultrasound machines, to surgical operating rooms, a laboratory, and even a pharmacy.

With total global health expenditure now somewhere over $6.5T according to WHO data (9.3% of GDP on average globally, or 17.7% here in the states during 2011), KALO stands poised to deliver full-spectrum medical technology solutions into an eager market, solutions that are reinforced by cutting edge data and information handling capabilities. The company cuts a rather wide swath in the industry already, addressing critical healthcare and business needs of both healthcare organizations, hospitals, physicians, and Ministries of Health, but the real long-term upside is largely still ahead of KALO and interested investors could really make a killing here while helping to save and enhance lives.

The growing $25B medical tourism industry has been fueled by globalization and reduced costs of travel, as well as mounting pressures on local/regional healthcare systems that produce inordinate wait times for patients or poor quality of care. This revenue-rich market is perfect for solutions like KALO’s CygnaMed™ platform, which enables Ministries of Tourism and Health to promote medical tourism in their country, all within a fully bi-directional software environment that allows for circumspect standardization of clinical processes, as well as constantly evolving/varied protocols for treatment. Such a solution allows for optimum care continuity irrespective of location and the software platform also allows providers to easily make sense of differing pharmacopeia (pharmaceutical drug preparation specs), helping to ameliorate the growing concern over iatrogenic effects linked to patient medications.

The company recently inked a major supply and maintenance contract with the Minister of Health and Public Hygiene of Guinea valued at over $200M for MobileCare and RuralCare deployments in Guinea, with a sweeping public awareness campaign already afoot and emphasis on the rural areas. This is a huge move backed firmly by the President of Guinea himself, Professor Condé, who has made it a priority to get the kind of top-notch healthcare KALO can provide, rapidly out to the people of Guinea. This is the kind of bottom-line driving deal that KALO was created to seize hold of and investors should take note at the underserved global healthcare market (especially in massively underserved regions like Guinea) and the traction possible for the company’s innovative drop-in, full-spectrum healthcare solutions.

The company’s critical medical data integration and dissemination platform Keristaa™ has come into sharper focus recently with the continued spread of the MERS virus in Saudi Arabia and the first U.S. case also having cropping up here in the last few days. Keristaa enables instantaneous monitoring of outbreaks of infectious disease, detecting and indentifying port of entry vulnerabilities and channeling the data directly to relevant CDC and Ministry of Health offices, further maintaining a strict protocol envelope for treatment that is in line with CDC/WHO directives. The May 3 announcement by the Guinea Ministry of Health regarding some 231 suspected and confirmed cases, as well as 155 deaths from the incredibly dangerous Ebola hemorrhagic fever across the country (including in the capital of Conakry), brings into stark contrast the need for such platforms as Keristaa, as well as its efficacy in helping to thwart pandemics. Moreover, it throws a spotlight on the aggressive move by the Guinea government to roll out serious healthcare infrastructure via KALO and the company’s key role in helping to avert a more serious global problem, as the virus has already spread to neighboring Liberia.

KALO’s commitment to developing their far-reaching presence in this space is further reinforced by their oHealth framework, which brings together the requisite technology and training, as well as infrastructure and support, to allow for seamless integration between any kind of clinic, lab or other specialty medical facility, with full leveraging of and communication with any repository or national/regional Health Information Access Layers. The company’s intuitive approach to addressing rising global healthcare demands spells shareholder gold and investors will want to keep an eye on KALO as the company continues to outpace antiquated healthcare implementation models in the still-emerging, developing nations in particular.

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO): Leapfrogging the Healthcare Systems in Developing Nations

Tuesday, May 6th, 2014

The concept of leapfrogging has been around since the early stages of the Internet stock bubble of the beginning of the last decade. The notion is that developing nations can learn from the experiences of the industrialized first world nations and skip generations of costly, inefficient, and/or environmentally damaging technologies and restructure and begin implementing more advanced, less costly technology.

So for example, rather than build an energy infrastructure dependent on fossil fuels, a developing country can leapfrog to solar power, mini-hydro, and wind turbine electricity production. Rather than setting up hundreds of miles of copper wire for landline telephones, leapfrog straight into cellular phone technologies. Not only is there a positive environmental sustainability issue being addressed, but you also address a social dimension. People would be able to get access to resources and technologies that they never had access to before. Currently nearly a third of the world’s population of 7 billion people has no electricity, and another third of the world’s population have very poor access to electricity. Renewable power production has the potential to change all of that.
Addressing such infrastructure concerns also promotes positive changes in those societies that aid in righting the wrongs of social injustices in such societies, and easier to address matters of health, education, and gender equity.

Health informatics is a field which is based on the intersection of information technology with medical science. Kallo, Inc. specializes in providing health informatics in such a way as to allow a developing country to leapfrog into a functioning healthcare infrastructure where one barely existed before. For instance, they provide technology that allows for mobile medical facilities to collect medical data on patients and use wireless technology to send the data to a central facility for complete diagnosis. The data can then be used not just to help the individual patients but studied as a whole to recognize and specify actions against disease trends.

It is poverty that causes overcrowded health care clinics that are unable to maintain a standard of sanitation, which allows for the spread of disease. It is poverty that stigmatizes culture to be part of the source of the suffering of people in developing nations. A rising healthcare infrastructure plays a role in aiding to eliminate abject poverty. The spread of diseases can actually be propelled by poverty and oppressive socioeconomic structures. That is a key reason why vaccinations against diseases are so important.

This past January, Kallo signed a $200 million supply agreement with the Republic of Guinea, and has begun work on the country’s healthcare infrastructure with their RuralCare and MobileCare services. The country continues to fight a raging Ebola epidemic that has cost the lives of 101 people, and has spread to the neighboring country of Liberia, where it killed 10 people. Two new cases of Ebola virus have occurred in yet another neighboring country, Sierra Leone. The Ebola virus kills 90% of the people it infects, and is ultimately containable, but lack of medical infrastructure in Guinea is making this difficult as experts believe the outbreak may continue to grow for another four months. As Kallo and others helps build up Guinea’s healthcare infrastructure, such disease outbreaks should be more easily controlled, contained, and treated in the future.

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Ebola Outbreak Demonstrates why the Republic of Guinea Needs Kallo, Inc. (KALO)

Thursday, April 24th, 2014

Republic of Guinea is beginning rollout of Kallo’s RuralCare and MobileCare this quarter. MobileCare is effectively integrated technology and diagnostic equipment, all delivered by trailer-truck to remote locations. MobileCare clinics include an aseptic room and a command center that can be linked to a teaching hospital via satellite, all essentially bringing the hospital to the patient. Kallo’s RuralCare consists of pre-fabricated modular clinics installed with the latest surgical, lab, and pharmacy medical equipment. All of this is the beginning of the $200 million supply contract signed with the Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene with the Republic of Guinea.

This should help Guinea reshape a healthcare system that currently is very poorly structured and severely underfunded. The current outbreak of the Ebola virus in Guinea is a clear example of just what a disaster healthcare is in Guinea and countries similar to Guinea as it could have been easily preventable.

There is no cure or vaccine for the disease, and the symptoms are horrifying. They begin with a severe headache which turns into a fever, body pain, vomiting, and diarrhea. Then for reasons not fully understood, all the blood vessels in one’s body begin to leak, and this hemorrhaging typically leads to death. Matter of fact, Ebola is typically fatal for 90% of those that contract the disease. The disease is believed to be hosted in a species of fruit bat which is eaten and potentially that is how the disease is spread, or by butchering an animal with the disease. Human to human direct contact further spreads the disease by contacting a bodily fluid. Pretty much the only way to treat the disease is to quarantine the people that have it, and after a period of time, the bulk of the people die, the disease then apparently appears to burn itself out, and one sanitizes as much as possible the quarantined area. The disease is frightening but it simply sickens and kills too quickly to become a threat on some global scale. One certainly need not fear the disease spreading to the United States.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Ebola outbreaks occur “primarily in remote villages in Central and West Africa, near tropical rainforests. There have been at least 25 Ebola virus outbreaks in Africa since 1976 with the last in 2012 in Uganda. Doctors without Borders successfully fought the disease and handed over an Ebola treatment center they set up to the Ugandan government. As Doctors without Borders left Uganda, they made it quite clear that they felt the Ugandan government and their Ministry of Health staff now properly trained can manage and handle any future outbreak of Ebola virus. So why haven’t neighboring governments been similarly prepared to prevent and act quickly when an Ebola outbreak occurs? A matter of weeks ago, Guinea’s Ministry of Health assured that the current outbreak was contained after over 60 people died from the infection. Now the death toll has pushed to 136 with 208 reported cases, and it spread to the neighboring country of Liberia resulting in 34 cases and 6 cases so for in that nation. As a result, the borders between the two countries have been closed and all airports have strict medical checks.

Some have been critical of Doctors without Borders for not having the foresight to implement training programs in other African countries to counter future outbreaks of Ebola. Doctors without Borders is essentially an NGO or non-government organization which if you glance over their annual report, primarily gets all of its funding from Wall Street banks like Goldman Sachs. With the exception of cases regarding self-interests, Wall Street rarely looks beyond short-term events, so it probably should not be a surprise that Doctors without Borders only focuses when a bad emergency occurs, and in those cases they do quite exceptional work. However, counting on Western agencies and NGOs to protect the health of the global population consistently proves to be a mistake.

There is plenty of talk about the development of a vaccine and there were a few biotechnology companies that were working on an Ebola virus vaccine which was being funded by the Pentagon, and for which the budget was cut under sequestration. As there is no profit to be derived distributing a vaccine to poverty stricken populations, there is little expectation of such a vaccine ever being derived. However, a vaccine won’t solve the underlying problem of constant failure due to practically no healthcare infrastructure.

The bottom line is that the African nations must begin taking responsibility themselves for dealing with outbreaks. All of this demonstrates that the Republic of Guinea badly needs to develop a functioning healthcare infrastructure and engaging Kallo is a correct step in that direction.

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Management Aligned with Global Need for Advances in Medical Technology

Monday, April 21st, 2014

The global healthcare system bows and bends under the taxing weight of the increasing number of people suffering from chronic diseases and lifestyle-related conditions. Compounded by an expanding and aging global population, healthcare expenditures continue to grow at unprecedented pace. However, advances in healthcare technology help contain costs through improved efficiency in monitoring and treating medical conditions, and by providing better care in remote areas.

Kallo’s focus is aligned with global initiatives to curb rising healthcare costs. The company’s new healthcare technology and suite of products – including four copyrighted technologies – are designed to meet demands of the growing medical technology sector and better reach patients in rural settings. Integrating telecommunication with technology and management, Kallo aims to provide a seamless flow of information/data providing clinicians with all needed information to provide patients timely and effective healthcare.

Achieving this mission requires a sound business strategy and experienced leadership. Kallo is headed by chairman and CEO John Cecil, who has a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, a Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Medical Equipment Technology. Cecil has been in the healthcare industry for 26 years and is responsible for the invention of the technology and procedure behind depth-of-anesthesia monitoring and non-invasive blood group testing. He was also part of the research team that developed the electro-hydraulic shockwave lithotripter, laser lithotripter, and transurethral microwave therapy systems.

Vince Leitao, president and chief operating officer for Kallo, has worked in senior sales and marketing roles in the pharmaceutical, medical, and healthcare businesses for 32 years. Leitao began his sales career in Goa, India, and has extensive experience strategizing, planning, and executing challenging sales and marketing plans.

Working alongside the additional members of Kallo’s management team, Cecil and Leitao are driving the company through development of tailored solutions to provide efficient delivery of healthcare services. The company’s technologies complement existing infrastructure, workflows, and processes increasing uptime and productivity, and all clinical solutions are in compliance with international, national, and regional standards.

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Provides Comprehensive, Streamlined Solutions for Delivery Challenges in Global Healthcare

Friday, April 11th, 2014

When Hurricane Katrina barreled into the Gulf Coast in 2005, it was the largest and third strongest hurricane ever recorded to make landfall in the United States. Katrina peaked at a Category 5 hurricane with winds clocked at up to 175 miles per hour, creating a 20-foot storm surge and leaving 80 percent of New Orleans in up to 20 feet of water. The final death toll was 1,836 people from Louisiana and Mississippi.

In the immediate aftermath of Katrina, volunteers, non-government organizations (NGOs) such as the Red Cross, and government agencies such as the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) rushed to the scene to rescue and restore. The federal government’s rescue efforts, however, were widely criticized as disaster seemed to outpace resources. Inadequate supplies of fresh water, food and medical attention to the area highlighted numerous issues in our nation’s disaster response.

Small-cap innovator Kallo, Inc. has created a comprehensive solution for disaster management and unreached remote communities. The company’s mobile clinics are fully equipped with best-in-class medical devices and are fully integrated with congruent health information systems.

Kallo MobileCare™ is comprised of mobile clinics, clinical command centre, administration centre, utility vehicles, user training, professional and clinical training, hardware and software maintenance, operations and management support, maintenance and continued educational support, supply chain management of medical equipment, consumables and spare parts, and advanced and integrated software systems.

Kallo’s range of technologies is designed to improve the quality and efficiency of care as a stand-alone solution or to complement existing infrastructure workflows and processes increasing uptime and productivity. Each of the company’s clinical solutions comply with international, national and region standards to ensure repeatable delivery for maximum performance in disaster situations.

For more information, visit www.kalloinc.ca

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Names Industry Veterans to Key Management Positions, Shares Surge Higher

Thursday, April 3rd, 2014

Shares of Kallo soared more than 19% in Thursday’s mid-day trade after the provider of technology designed to improve healthcare delivery via rural healthcare, disease management, clinical globalization, and health solutions, named new key senior appointments to its management team.

Drew Coderre has been named as Kallo’s director of human resources (HR), a role in which he will implement his ability to assess, select, and hire individuals. Coderre has delivered “impressive” results working as a strategic HR Business Partner and also in operational HR leadership roles. He has held a number of senior HR leadership roles with two global, industry-leading technology companies, Sun Microsystems and Compaq, as well as with smaller Canadian companies.

Manny Teixeira has been appointed as director of Kallo’s Procurement & Production. Teixeira has more than 27 years of experience in the pharmaceutical, medical & health care businesses. He is also an experienced executive, backed by demonstrated success in building effective infrastructure, sales teams, marketing, and networks of industry connections. Over the course of his career, Teixeira has worked with major companies for which he held several senior positions such as director of Franchise Development with the Katz Group and VP of Sales & Marketing with Assure Pharmaco. He is also the founder of Mantex Enterprise, Inc. where he negotiated projects with companies such as Ranbaxy, Accord Healthcare, DUA Cardiac Networks, and Global Health Solutions providing leadership in sales management and business development.

“These appointments have been confirmed after careful consideration and diligence in order to optimize organizational performance and success. We are delighted to have such experience and professionalism join our team and welcome Mr. Coderre and Mr. Teixeira to Kallo,” Kallo president and COO Vince Leitao stated in the news release.

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Moving Forward with $200 Million Medical Software Contract to Help Republic of Guinea

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

The eyes of the entire world’s medical community have been keeping a close watch on the West African Republic of Guinea, as an extremely deadly outbreak of Ebola virus, that has resulted in 62 deaths thus far, has just been contained. Guinean Health Minister Remy Lamah assured Reuters on a phone call this Wednesday that the disease is not spreading, and the NGO Doctor’s Without Borders is helping contain the outbreak.

On the very same day, Guinean Health Minister Remy Lamah announced the Republic of Guinea has taken major steps toward the implementation of a unique healthcare delivery program to dramatically improve its health services to its rural population, accelerating progress towards its World Health Organization (WHO) Millennium Development Goals by working with Kallo, Inc.

Healthcare technology company, Kallo, Inc. has signed a more than $200 million contract with the Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene of the Republic Of Guinea, and will provide its trademark services MobileCare, RuralCare, Hospital Information Systems, Telehealth Systems, Pharmacy Information, as well as disaster management, air and surface patient transportation systems and clinical training.

Chairman and CEO of Kallo, Inc., John Cecil and COO Vince Leitao, are currently in Conakry, Guinea, and have met with key government officials, including the Remy Lamah, as well as, the President of the Republic of Guinea, His Excellency Professor Alpha Condé, Prime Minister Mohamed Said Fofana, and the Governor of the Central Bank of Guinea, Dr. Lounceny Nabed, discussing the rollout of Kallo’s MobileCare and RuralCare services throughout Guinea. At the request of Prime Minister Mohamed Said Fofana, Kallo will be aiding the Ministry of Health with a public awareness campaign to inform the population of the benefits of the program.

CEO John Cecil stated, “We expect that Kallo will benefit from similar opportunities in other parts of the world.”

With Canadian operations based out of Markham, Ontario., New York-based Kallo provides healthcare and business technology for ministries of health, hospitals, physicians, and other healthcare organizations that deliver rural healthcare, disease management and clinical globalization.

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Improves Healthcare Delivery through Medical Technology Innovations

Friday, March 21st, 2014

Healthcare solutions provider Kallo is on a mission to improve the quality and efficiency of care, offering centralized congruent solutions to address healthcare and business issues for ministries of health, hospitals, physicians, and other healthcare organizations.

Healthcare costs continue to rise as the world’s population continues to age and expand, and the worldwide healthcare system continues to be overburdened with growing numbers of individuals who suffer with chronic diseases and lifestyle-related conditions. Global health costs were $6.3 trillion in 2010.

As budgets continue to tighten and costs continue to climb, healthcare technology developments aid in the curbing of costs, the development of improved methods for monitoring and treating medical conditions, and the increased reach of healthcare providers to remote areas.

With a suite of products that includes four copyrighted technologies, Kallo is positioned to serve this burgeoning medical technology sector. Through innovation, telecommunication, technology, and total quality management, the company facilitates a seamless flow of information and data that gives clinicians all the information they need to provide timely and effective healthcare for their patients.

Kallo’s technology suite transforms healthcare delivery through rural healthcare, disease management, clinical globalization, and oHealth solutions. The company is committed to outcome measurements that enable its customers to realize value for money spent.

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Kallo Inc. (KALO) Delivers Healthcare Where It’s Needed Most

Friday, March 14th, 2014

Kallo is a company well aware of the growing concerns regarding the health needs of many remote populations in rural communities across the globe. Equally concerned is the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations who are working to grow awareness and strengthen healthcare resources in these locales. But despite its acknowledgements in public bulletins, the WHO suggests the lack of healthcare accessibility and the workers providing it at these locations often leads to high, localized mortality rates and causes rural residents to seek care from service providers nowhere near where they reside.

When developing nations and their government leaders are aware of the healthcare needs of their remote resident communities they are taking action via their health agencies and departments to improve healthcare in these affected areas. These efforts require careful coordination and facilitation for effective service delivery. It is here where Kallo, a health delivery company, is focused on these dynamic, logistical challenges.

Essentially, the company offers solutions for efficient healthcare delivery. More specifically, these solutions are designed to add to and complement the existing infrastructures and processes. These solutions ultimately improve the existing systems’ uptime, productivity, and efficiency rates and ensure they are in compliance with international, national, and regional standards. Demanding quality controls within the suite of solutions make certain that healthcare delivery remains consistently efficient and accomplishes what it is designed to do.

Worth noting, the Republic of Guinea in West Africa has turned to Kallo for assistance in building up its rural healthcare delivery program. In late January 2014, the country’s Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene signed a $200 million supply contract with the company. According to the agreement’s terms, Kallo will provide a range of varied healthcare solutions.

“The Republic of Guinea has recently made great strides in its healthcare infrastructure development, and this is an important step towards WHO’s Millennium Development Goals for Guinea,” said Mr. John Cecil, Chairman and CEO of Kallo Inc. In December of 2013, following meetings between Mr. Cecil and the Government of Guinea, Honorable Docteur Edouard Niankoye LAMA, Guinea’s Minister of Health announced that Guinea would implement a unique healthcare delivery program to bring a higher standard of health services to its rural population and accelerate the progress towards its Millennium Development Goals.

Among the company’s several clinical solutions is MobileCare™, a holistic solution addressing healthcare delivery issues in rural areas. It integrates with current healthcare infrastructures and optimizes the scope and efficiency of care by delivering higher standards through technology.

For more information, visit www.kalloinc.ca

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Making Strides to Reach Remote Populations with Quality Healthcare

Tuesday, March 4th, 2014

Among the many concerns that come with a globalized world, growing are concerns regarding the health needs of remote populations in rural communities across the globe. Organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations are working to grow awareness and strengthen healthcare resources in these locations. But as the WHO acknowledges in its bulletins, the lack of healthcare accessibility and the workers providing it within these areas often leads to high, localized mortality rates—and forces rural residents to find healthcare from providers that are far from the areas they call home.

In many developing nations, governmental leaders are aware of these communities’ needs and are taking action via their health agencies or departments to improve healthcare in these hard-to-reach areas. These efforts require careful coordination and facilitation for effective service delivery. Kallo, a health delivery company, is focused on these dynamic, logistical challenges.

The company offers solutions for efficient healthcare delivery. More specifically, these solutions are designed to add to and complement existing infrastructures and processes. Ultimately, these solutions improve the existing systems’ uptime, productivity, and efficiency rates and ensure they are in compliance with international, national, and regional standards. Stringent quality controls within the suite of solutions make certain that healthcare delivery remains consistently efficient and accomplishes what it is designed to do.

Most notably, the Republic of Guinea in West Africa has turned to Kallo for assistance in building up its rural healthcare delivery program. In late January 2014, the country’s Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene signed a $200 million supply contract with the company. According to the agreement’s terms, Kallo will provide a range of varied healthcare solutions.

“The Republic of Guinea has recently made great strides in its healthcare infrastructure development, and this is an important step towards WHO’s Millennium Development Goals for Guinea.” Said Mr. John Cecil, Chairman and CEO of Kallo Inc. In December of 2013, following meetings between Mr. Cecil and the Government of Guinea, Honorable Docteur Edouard Niankoye LAMA, Guinea’s Minister of Health announced that Guinea would implement a unique healthcare delivery program to bring a higher standard of health services to its rural population and accelerate the progress towards its Millennium Development Goals.

For more information, visit www.kalloinc.ca

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Bringing Turn-of-the-Century Healthcare Solutions to Remote and Rural Populations of the World

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

In today’s increasingly globalized world, growing concerns are emerging regarding the health needs of populations in remote, rural communities across the globe. Organizations such as the World Health Organization and the United Nations are working to grow awareness and strengthen healthcare resources in these locations. However, as WHO acknowledges in its bulletins, the lack of health workers and healthcare accessibility in these locales often lead to high, localized mortality rates—and force rural residents to seek healthcare from providers that are far from their areas of residence.

In many developing nations, governmental leaders are aware of these communities’ needs and are taking action via their health policy-directed agencies or departments to improve healthcare in these hard-to-reach areas. In turn, though, these efforts require careful coordination and facilitation for effective service delivery. That is where the unique solutions of Kallo, a health delivery company, come into play.

The company offers a full suite of tailored solutions for efficient healthcare delivery. Kallo’s solutions are designed to easily build on top of and complement existing infrastructures, workflows, and processes. Ultimately, these solutions increase these systems’ uptime and productivity and ensure they are in compliance with international, national, and regional standards. Stringent quality controls within the suite of solutions, in turn, make certain that healthcare delivery remains consistently efficient and focused.

One developing country, the Republic of Guinea in West Africa, has turned to Kallo for assistance in building up its rural healthcare delivery program. In late January 2014, the country’s Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene signed a $200 million supply contract with the company. According to the agreement’s terms, Kallo will provide a range of varied healthcare solutions, including: MobileCare™, RuralCare, hospital information systems, telehealth systems, pharmacy information, disaster management, air and surface patient transportation systems, and clinical training. MobileCare and RuralCare feature mobile and comprehensive solutions for remote and unreached communities, and pre-fabricated, pre-tested, modular, and project-determined healthcare delivery systems, respectively.

Kallo will be putting MobileCare and RuralCare into place in Q1 2014, and will be extending other supplies to the Republic of Guinea’s rural and remote communities for 2 years. In addition to ministries of health, the company also provides congruent, centralized solutions for hospitals, physicians, and other healthcare organizations.

For more information, visit www.kalloinc.ca

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) MobileCare™ Addresses Gaps in Healthcare Delivery for Disaster, Rural Areas

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

When Hurricane Katrina barreled into the Gulf Coast in 2005, it was the largest and third strongest hurricane ever recorded to make landfall in the United States. Katrina peaked at a Category 5 hurricane with winds clocked at up to 175 miles per hour, creating a 20-foot storm surge and leaving 80 percent of New Orleans in up to 20 feet of water. The final death toll was 1,836 people from Louisiana and Mississippi.

In the immediate aftermath of Katrina, volunteers, non-government organizations (NGOs) such as the Red Cross, and government agencies such as the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) rushed to the scene to rescue and restore. The federal government’s rescue efforts, however, were widely criticized as disaster seemed to outpace resources. Inadequate supplies of fresh water, food and medical attention to the area highlighted numerous issues in our nation’s disaster response.

Small-cap innovator Kallo, Inc. has created a comprehensive solution for disaster management and unreached remote communities. The company’s mobile clinics are fully equipped with best-in-class medical devices and are fully integrated with congruent health information systems.

Kallo MobileCare™ is comprised of mobile clinics, clinical command centre, administration centre, utility vehicles, user training, professional and clinical training, hardware and software maintenance, operations and management support, maintenance and continued educational support, supply chain management of medical equipment, consumables and spare parts, and advanced and integrated software systems.

Kallo’s range of technologies is designed to improve the quality and efficiency of care as a stand-alone solution or to complement existing infrastructure workflows and processes increasing uptime and productivity. Each of the company’s clinical solutions comply with international, national and region standards to ensure repeatable delivery for maximum performance in disaster situations.

For more information, visit www.kalloinc.ca

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Kallo Inc. (KALO) and Dell to Undertake Global Healthcare Initiative

Monday, February 10th, 2014

Today, just before the closing bell, it was announced that Dell will design and build the IT infrastructure for Kallo’s healthcare delivery platform. This includes a state-of-the-art Global Response Centre in Canada, Clinical Command Centres in a number of strategic locations around the world, and mobile clinics in rural communities.

Dell and Kallo will work together to design and build the technology solution leveraging tablet computers, workstations, servers, storage, networking, and professional services. Once complete the Global Response Centre will serve as the communications hub for Kallo’s customized healthcare delivery solutions, which include MobileCare, RuralCare, Hospital Information Systems, Telehealth Systems, pharmacy information, advanced diagnostics, disaster management, patient transportation systems and clinical training.

“As a global leader in healthcare technology, Dell has the products, expertise and vision to work with companies such as Kallo to make a real difference in securing better health outcomes for millions of people in the developing world. We’re excited to begin work on the design of Kallo’s Global Response Centre in Canada and to working with Kallo on an ongoing basis as they secure additional healthcare contracts around the world,” stated David Miketinac, vice president and general manager, commercial sales, Dell Canada.

The Global Response Centre will link to Kallo’s local Clinical Command Centres strategically located at teaching hospitals in Kallo’s countries of operation. Kallo recently won a $200 million contract with the Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene in the Republic of Guinea, West Africa, to implement a customized healthcare delivery solution to serve the needs of the country’s 10 million population.

Clinical Command Centres will coordinate the activities of nursing teams, specialists and mobile clinics; provide access to diagnostics and training for clinical issues faced by front-line healthcare workers; and, handle administration around logistics, supply and calibration. These centres will coordinate much-needed MobileCare and RuralCare programs in local rural communities to help combat specific healthcare issues such as infant and maternal mortality, malaria and acute renal failure. These programs will help developing countries like Guinea work towards achieving World Health Organization (WHO) Millennium Development Goals for healthcare.

“Our association with Dell will enhance our go-to-market strategy as we continue to develop cutting edge clinical technologies. Dell’s global presence, strength of product offering and commitment to the development and advancement of technology in healthcare is synergistic with our business model. We believe that Dell shares our empathy and vision for improving the quality and efficiency of healthcare delivery and will prove a long-term trusted partner as we bring our vision to reality,” commented John Cecil, Chairman and CEO, Kallo Inc.

Work is expected to begin on Kallo’s Global Response Centre in Markham, Ontario in mid-summer 2014.

For more information, visit www.kalloinc.ca

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Contract Shows Size of Market Need

Monday, February 10th, 2014

When Kallo, a health systems company that helps centralize and integrate diverse medical information and technology to the benefit of patients as well as public and private medical organizations, recently announced the signing of a $200 million supply contract with the Republic of Guinea in West Africa, it was a testament to the growing demand for improved healthcare in developing nations. It was also an indication of the unique ability of Kallo to serve that market.

Kallo is focused on healthcare delivery, emphasizing that all the drugs and medical equipment in the world is of little value without an efficient process in place for getting it where it is needed. For nations in the process of developing suitable healthcare infrastructure and delivery systems for largely rural areas, Kallo offers a compelling suite of options, with mobile and modularized solutions. Their technologies are designed to complement existing systems, workflows, and processes, allowing easy integration and all of their clinical solutions comply with international, national, and regional standards, and include stringent quality control.

Kallo solutions offer everything needed to ensure efficient delivery of necessary medical information and technology:

• !ntegraat enables any medical device to connect to any EMR, PACS, HIS, RIS, PIS, or DI-r.
• MobileCare provides comprehensive and mobile medical solutions for remote areas.
• Rural-Care offers pre-fabricated modular and project based healthcare delivery systems.
• CygnaMed helps coordinate patient and medical information for medical tourism and other needs.
• Keristaa addresses the need for rapid detection and communication of disease threats.
• OHealth provides the infrastructure, technology, training, and support to seamlessly integrate with any clinic, laboratory, hospital, or Health Information Access Layer (HIAL).

For the Republic of Guinea contract, Kallo will implement its RuralCare and MobileCare systems in early 2014, and will provide mobile clinics, polyclinics, utility vehicles, and ambulance services to the people of Guinea for the next 2 years.

For more information, visit www.KalloInc.ca

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Lays Foundation for New Global Head Office, International Expansion

Monday, February 3rd, 2014

Kallo, a provider of centralized congruent solutions that address healthcare and business issues for ministries of health, hospitals, physicians, and other healthcare organizations, reports that it is preparing to establish a new global headquarters in Markham, Ontario, following its recent $200 million supply contract with the Republic of Guinea. Kallo also plans to establish regional offices in five countries to support further business growth and its goal to be fully operational in the third quarter of 2014.

“We have already reviewed and done the first set of amendments to the internal layout for a 10,000-square foot floor plan,” Kallo president and COO Vince Leitao stated in the news release. “Leasehold improvements will be done modularly as we have established an aggressive move-in deadline of June 2014, synchronized with the resource ramp-up.”

To assist with the development of the new facilities, Kallo has retained the services of Cresa Toronto, an international corporate real estate firm and tenant representation firm in North America. Cresa has 20 years of experience in providing successful real estate solutions for major clients such as PowerStream, Inc., Philips Electronics Ltd., and Mazda Canada, Inc.

“I love what we do as a firm and we are always eager to work with new companies, but to be working with Kallo at this stage of evolution and growth is particularly exciting for us,” said Mark Bleiwas, a principal at Cresa.

Kallo is designing the new office to be eco-friendly with the latest ergonomically correct workstations, dynamic human dimensional interior space, and inspirationally decorative elements. Kallo believes that the blending of these elements in a workplace will create a stimulating and inspiring environment of innovation to enhance human performance, alleviate stress, and increase productivity.

“Cresa brings us unmatched expertise in locating, planning and creating a work environment that will match and evolve Kallo’s digital technology infrastructure and operations. The Kallo head office will be an excellent place to work at, resulting in a lot of fun and excitement for employees, clients and visitors. We strive for and deliver excellence, which can only be produced in an excellent environment. The excellence we deliver brings satisfaction to us and our customers, while at the same time increasing shareholder value,” stated Leitao.

More information about Kallo can be found at: http://www.kalloinc.ca

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