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July 6, 2020

InfoBionic: Telehealth, Remote Patient Monitoring Crucial to Long-Term Cardiac Health Implications of COVID-19

More studies show how COVID-19 aftermath survival may be driven by heart conditions across all demographics. InfoBionic explains why remote cardiac monitoring will be foundational to improving patient outcomes in an evolving long term.

April 14, 2020

InfoBionic Expands Mission of Helping Cardiologists Treat Heart Patients During COVID-19

With the devastating impact of COVID-19, InfoBionic expands its mission to provide enhanced support for cardiologists and the treatment of patients using innovative solutions. The need for remote cardiac monitoring is essential during this pandemic, and InfoBionic is working closely with cardiology practices across the country to provide this crucial service.

December 24, 2019

After Winning Prestigious Technology Award, InfoBionic Looks Ahead to 2020

InfoBionic was awarded the 2019 Frost and Sullivan North American Remote Cardiac Monitoring Technology Leadership Award for a reason: their cutting-edge technology and remarkable overall performance with full disclosure monitoring. As the year comes to a close, CEO Stuart Long looks ahead to additional product enhancements and the future of cardiac monitoring, building on the success of advancements realized this year.

November 19, 2019

Telehealth Education for Seniors Presents Market Opportunity

There are approximately 50 million senior citizens in the United States requiring more healthcare services with age. In order to empower and reach seniors from all corners of the country, telehealth services and continuing education are crucial. Stuart Long, CEO of InfoBionic urges healthcare industry leaders to collaborate with a goal of empowering and educating the senior population with the information and tools to improve their health and improve their quality of life.

September 25, 2019

Increasing Patient Compliance and Engagement with Remote Patient Monitoring

People with chronic health conditions like cardiovascular disease and diabetes incur the highest healthcare expenditures by far. Unfortunately, much of this population is known to be non-compliant in taking prescribed medication and making physician-recommended lifestyle changes. InfoBionic CEO Stuart Long says that remote patient monitoring can increase patient compliance, leading to improved patient engagement, better health and lower healthcare costs.

September 10, 2019

Remote Monitoring Solution Addresses Rural Healthcare Challenges

Wearable technology brings convenience to consumers, but could it also help solve rural healthcare challenges? InfoBionic CEO Stuart Long knows the importance of remote monitoring—and how industry leaders can work together to help patients in rural areas get the best treatment available.

July 31, 2019

Concern Grows Over Security of Remote Cardiac Devices; New Technology and Increased Awareness Reduces Risk

Artificial intelligence has the potential to transform cardiology care, but only time will tell if machine learning’s capabilities will have a widespread impact on outcomes for patients. According to InfoBionic, AI may be very promising for the future of cardiac care, but the data must be complete.

June 19, 2019

Remote Cardiac Monitor Data and Artificial Intelligence: Transforming Clinical Applications for Heart Patients

Artificial intelligence has the potential to transform cardiology care, but only time will tell if machine learning’s capabilities will have a widespread impact on outcomes for patients. According to InfoBionic, AI may be very promising for the future of cardiac care, but the data must be complete.

May 29, 2019

Wearable Heart Monitors Positioned to Detect Cardiac Anomalies in Athletes

Currently available wearable heart rate monitors, such as smart watches, can detect possible cardiac issues where a life-threatening arrhythmia may occur.  InfoBionic eyes their technology as a tool to preemptively diagnose potential life-threatening arrhythmias in athletes. 

March 4, 2019

InfoBionic: Cardiologists Shouldn’t Settle for Incomplete Heart Monitor Reporting

On average a patient will have 115,000 heart beats in a day or 1.6M heartbeats in 14 days. Recently, the standard technology for remote cardiac monitoring of patients measured the heart’s rate and rhythm while the patient went about a daily routine for a period between 2 days and 30 days. Technologists looked only at the data identified as an ‘event’ and discarded 99.9% of the full data collected.