Implicity Hosts US Research Competition for Free Access to Advanced AI-powered Cardiac Remote Monitoring Platform
Implicity, a leader in AI-powered remote patient monitoring and cardiac data management solutions, announced an invitation for US-based researchers who are looking to conduct a study in the field of Cardiac Rhythm Management to apply for free access to Implicity’s cardiac remote monitoring software, including the ILR ECG Analyzer & Advanced Research Tool. This is an opportunity for investigators to use highly-intelligent cardiac remote care & research solutions to support their studies for a minimum of one year, with support from Implicity’s team of data scientists and engineers.
“Research is at the heart of what we do at Implicity. Our solution is already the official remote monitoring platform of one of the largest research consortiums in Europe, our goal now is to support academic medical centers, physicians, and researchers in the US as we look to improve the treatment and diagnosis of cardiovascular diseases. We are excited to host this unique research competition, provide study support through our device-agnostic platform, and learn of the findings from these studies,” said Dr. Arnaud Rosier, CEO, and founder of Implicity.
Recommended News – Building Reliable and Secure Fintech Systems in 2022
Cardiac remote monitoring has already been shown to reduce the number of unnecessary emergency department visits and improve the time to diagnose clinical events. As the adoption of RM continues to grow, more studies will be needed to measure the ongoing impact of emerging technologies and new applications. From managing patient data content forms to organizing cross-device data, the Implicity platform is an effective tool that researchers can use to drive more efficient operations while also enabling scale.
Implicity’s research competition is open to physicians, medical interns, physician groups, academic facilities, PhDs, PhD students or other allied health professionals based in the United States, leading studies that involve remote monitoring data from cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIEDs), ILR ECG analysis, or other areas related to cardiac remote monitoring.
[To share your insights with us, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org]