Bet Shemesh, Israel, June 08, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- CardioLync will be exhibiting the care coordination, image sharing, and messaging functionality of its Diagnostic Interface Portal at the upcoming 11th International Conference on Acute Cardiac Care which will be held in Tel Aviv, June 11-12, 2018. In addition to demonstrating its innovative digital health technology to leading clinicians and medical pioneers at this conference, CardioLync will be discussing the latest use-cases of its secure communication and social networking platform to improve patient outcomes.
CardioLync CEO Jeremy Kagan and company Chief Medical Officer Jacob Levy MD FACC will be available for one-on-one meetings at the conference and for live product demonstrations throughout the day. According to Jeremy Kagan, "CardioLync is excited to have the opportunity to demonstrate its leading edge solution to clinicians who strive to provide the most effective care possible to their patients. Considering that Cardiovascular Disease is still the number one cause of death, and 50% of men and 64% of women who die suddenly of heart disease have no previous symptoms, many if not most of these deaths could have been prevented through routine diagnostic tests and timely follow-up. CardioLync's unique technology facilitates access to specialist physicians, nurses and other care givers, and engages patients to be more actively engaged in their ongoing treatment. The feedback that we are getting from physicians is that CardioLync's technology will help them improve patient outcomes as well as their own bottom lines for an expanding list of underserved use-cases that includes virtual heart failure clinics and prenatal in-vitro treatment. Feel free to message me if you would like to schedule a live demo and to discuss our latest use cases, or just stop by our booth. We would love to chat!"
CardioLync has developed a Diagnostic Interface Portal that links doctors, experts, diagnostic technicians, and patients for remote management of care; that speeds access to images, data, and medical history; and that cuts time to the correct treatment plan. CardioLync’s secure sharing platform facilitates scheduling, tracking, interpretation and reporting of medical diagnostic studies that include imaging; consolidation of outpatient and monitoring device data; and Doctor-Patient social networking that turns care into a participatory team effort. CardioLync is led by experienced technologists and clinical practitioners looking to solve the needs of clinicians, patients, and health care systems with pioneering technology.