New technology tackles burnout for cardiologists
Mobile Cardiac Reporting Now in the US
Too much time on paperwork and bureaucratic tasks remains the number #1 issue contributing to burnout for almost 50% of cardiologists, according to Medscape Cardiologist Lifestyle Report 2018.
But new cardiac reporting technology is now cutting time spent on admin tasks by as much as 90%. That’s equivalent to 4-5 hours back each week for the average cardiologist.
7 new ECG and holter devices from Medica 2018 World Trade Fair
Mobile cardiac reporting is now in the US. BeatBox launched this week following successful releases in Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and planned releases in the UK. Now American cardiologists can report up to 75% faster from any mobile device, anywhere.
How Automated Defibrillators save lives
Here’s some of the devices our R&D team viewed at the Medica 2018 World Trade Fair in Germany. With a focus on faster, more accurate results and better patient care, we continue to search globally for the latest solutions.
The American Heart Association Takes A Stand Against E-Cigarettes
Cardiac Monitoring Service shares the following information about automated external defibrillators to help educate people on these life saving devices.
4 Ways to Lower Your Risk of Stroke
The American Heart Association (AHA) has released a statement saying that e-cigarettes may help some smokers kick the habit, but should be used only as a last resort due to the inadequacy of relevant research and lack of regulation.
The Link Between Air Quality And Cardiac Events
In honor of National Stroke Awareness Month, Cardiac Monitoring Service has put together a list of tips to reduce your risk of stroke.
Regardless of whether a person lives in a rural area where wildfires may occur or a city in which smog forecasts are routine, even a small amount of air pollution can lead to serious health problems, such as a cardiac event or stroke.