CardioVisual Segment Begins Airing in Waiting Rooms Throughout the U.S.

In doctors' waiting rooms throughout the U.S., CNN/AccentHealth has begun showing a segment featuring CardioVisual, a heart health mobile app that uses carefully curated videos to explain complex heart conditions and heart procedures.

Austin, TX, January 04, 2017 --( Cardio-Visual, LLC, is pleased to announce that a segment featuring its flagship mobile app, CardioVisual, begins airing via AccentHealth in medical office waiting rooms throughout the United States today.

In September, Dr. Duane Pinto, an Interventional Cardiologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center of Harvard Medical School, Boston and longtime user of the CardioVisual app, was interviewed for a segment on AccentHealth, which provides award-winning CNN programming co-hosted by CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta and HLN host Robin Meade.

Recognizing the CardioVisual app’s importance not only to busy healthcare providers who are grateful for the app’s utility as a patient-communication tool, CNN/AccentHealth also saw a need to share information about CardioVisual with patients sitting in waiting rooms. Viewing the videos in the waiting room or at home, patients will experience how the CardioVisual app explains — using short, easy-to-understand videos — complicated cardiovascular problems.

CardioVisual is a free, cardiologist-created mobile app (iPhone, iPad and Android) that provides clear understanding of complex heart conditions, treatments and procedures via high-quality, commercial-free videos. Doctors and nurses use the app in their practice and hospitals to facilitate patient communication, and then send patients home with a patient version of the app for further study.

AccentHealth is a leading patient-education media company at the point of care, located in more than 30,000 physician waiting rooms, serving more than 70,000 medical practitioners nationwide, and reaching 173 million patients each year. Featuring the largest waiting-room television network, AccentHealth provides exclusive, award-winning CNN programming. AccentHealth’s products and services reach patients when they are thinking about their health and wellness, enabling them to positively influence their healthcare outcomes.

AccentHealth’s mission is to educate and empower people to live healthy lives, and has been recognized by the Health Information Awards, the American Academy of Nursing, the Cindy Awards, the Telly Awards, and the Society of Professional Journalists.

Dr. Gupta is the multiple Emmy-award winning Chief Medical Correspondent for CNN. He plays an integral role in CNN’s reporting on health and medical news and anchors a weekend medical affairs program. Dr. Gupta is a practicing neurosurgeon at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, and Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery at Emory University School of Medicine. He has co-hosted AccentHealth since 2003.

Robin Meade is the anchor of HLN’s top-rated morning show, Morning Express with Robin Meade. In 2010, she was awarded the prestigious Gracie Award for Outstanding Anchor, News or News Magazine, by the American Women in Radio & Television. She is based in CNN’s world headquarters in Atlanta and began co-hosting AccentHealth in 2005.
Gretchen Heber