The Farley Group, one of the largest independent health companies in the United States, announced on Wednesday that it plans to launch a new health technology company that will focus on developing new products for women and children.
The Farleys Health Technology Group, or FHTG, will focus its efforts on products that address the health and environmental impact of climate change and other emerging technologies, according to a press release from Farley.
The new company, based in Portland, Oregon, will be called Farley Health Solutions and will be managed by its board of directors.
“The health and sustainability of the planet is at the forefront of our company’s mind,” Farley’s chief executive, Paul Farley, said in the press release.
“It is the future of health, not only for the Farleys, but for the planet.”
Farley also announced that it will be launching a new women’s health product, the Farley Paddle, in partnership with the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
It will be a flexible paddle that will be offered to women who have pre-existing conditions, the press released said.
The Paddle will be made in conjunction with the nonprofit organization Endocrine-Dysregulation Foundation, which is part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health.
“As a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to improving health, we’re thrilled to be partnering with the Endocrine Dysregulation Foundation to create a sustainable and innovative product for women,” Farleys chief operating officer, Michael Kuehn, said.
“Women will benefit from the Paddle in many ways.
It provides them with a new, more flexible option to prevent and treat pregnancy complications.
Additionally, the Pouch will help improve the health of those who wear it and will enable them to feel and feel better, as well.”
Farleys board of board members includes Dr. Amy Choe, an obstetrician-gynecologist who has spent more than 40 years working with pregnant women, and Dr. Julie Smith, a physician who has treated thousands of women in the U, U.K., and other countries.
“Farley’s board of advisors have a proven track record of supporting the health, wellness, and environmental benefits of our workforce, and this investment will provide Farleys a unique opportunity to make a meaningful impact in the lives of women and girls,” Smith said.
The Farleys announcement comes amid a major shift in the way the health industry is working toward tackling climate change.
The U.N. Climate Summit held in Paris in December, and the United Nations Global Compact for Climate Action, both sponsored by the Farriers, called for a $50 billion investment by 2020 to build new health-related products.
This included a $40 billion commitment from the U., U.W., and U.F.T. to develop new products that would address climate change, and a $60 billion commitment to develop health-care systems and technologies to reduce the impacts of climate-driven changes, including the use of green roofs and green buildings, more efficient energy systems, and more efficient waste management.