Affordable access to all

  • A low cost, device that enables cheap and accessible widespread screening of patient populations.
  • Non-invasive, means low risk, and helps reduce the possibility of unnecessary exposure to more high-risk or radiological testing.
  • First-use system. specifically targeted for Clinical practice, including primary patient care.
  • Easy to use, requires little additional training, integrates into existing Standards of Care workflows.
  • Save countless lives through the earlier-detection of clinically hard to detect disease onset, including ischemia.
  • Higher and broader diagnostic accuracy helps doctors to better determine appropriate treatment options, or better understand when to send them to the cardiologists.
  • Post heart trauma patients can be more effectively followed-up at the Primary Care level making it easier, year-after-year³.

Cardiologist benefit too!

As a first-use device,
to reduce instances of "cold-start"
patient diagnosis,
by providing a starting point
for more specialized diagnostic techniques.

They will get better medically justified
patients, that can help them prioritize
and triage incoming referrals, thereby
reducing waiting times.

They can focus on patients
that need their specialized care services,
not attending to healthy patients.

Fewer healthy patients
filling their waiting room.

Fosters collaborative care,between primary care physicians and specialized heartcare,including Cardiologist Over-read.

Number of Americans with
diagnosed heart diseases

28.1 Million

 

Percent of adults with
diagnosed heart disease

11.5%

Source: www.cdc.gov/heartdisease/facts.htm

Approximately $1 in $7
health care dollars is spent on CVD

 
 

Impact on healthcare costs.

CVD annually accounts for approximately

$330 billion

in direct and indirect costs in the United States

 

FACT:

In a recent Clinical Study (2019)
comparing ECG to CHART in
Primary Care setting... CHART
reduced the Rate of False
Negatives (FN) diagnoses for
common heart diseases

Source: https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/heart-disease.htm

by an outstanding

 

If CHART had been used instead of ECG *

In Primary Care

6.9 million fewer Americans

would have been missed diagnosed compared to ECG.

Source: National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey: 2015 State and National Summary Tables

 

In Outpatient department visits

425,000 fewer Americans

would have been missed diagnosed compared to ECG.

Source: National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey: 2011 Outpatient Department

 

In Emergency Department Visits

4.52 million fewer Americans

would have been missed diagnosed compared to ECG.

Source: National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey: 2015 Emergency Department Summary Tables

 

*Projected