remote cardiac monitoring

By Heather Mack January 8, 2017
Chicago-based Endotronix has added another $12 million in funding to further development on its wireless, remote cardiac monitor system. The money comes in the form a loan agreement with Silicon Valley Bank, and builds on the company’s previous funding of $32 million in July.  The financing will go towards Endotronix’s Cordella Heart Failure system, which consists of a wireless pulmonary artery...
By Jonah Comstock May 13, 2013
Minneapolis-based Preventice announced the commercial launch of its first hardware product: the BodyGuardian Remote Monitoring System. The device, a small sensor attached to the body via a peel-and-stick patch, received FDA 510(k) clearance in August 2012. BodyGaurdian RMS uses an algorithm developed by the Mayo Clinic, sensor technology from STMicroelectronics, and wireless technology from...
By Brian Dolan October 12, 2010
AT&T has inked a deal with eCardio Diagnostics to provide wireless connectivity to the arrhythmia monitoring company's near real-time cardiac monitoring devices. eCardio’s monitoring devices enable heart patients to recover at home rather than spend additional time in the hospital and aim to help reduce re-admissions among heart patients. According to the companies' release, "eCardio has...
By Brian Dolan July 24, 2009
As we have noted in the past, for those seeking to bring clinically-focused wireless health services to market, there are a number of trail blazers in the industry that can provide some clues for go-to-market strategies. We have discussed the FDA and FCC regulatory frameworks facing wireless health as well as the importance of securing reimbursement from (CMS) Centers for Medicare and Medicaid...