CardioComm’s core technology is its Global ECG Monitoring Solution (GEMS™) software that enables viewing, storing, analyzing, and sharing of ECGs over a global virtual healthcare network. The company provides a total solution for the patient monitoring landscape through a validated software platform that agnostically manages medical device connectivity with different manufacturer’s ECG devices that CardioComm has validated. This total solution platform is HIPAA compliant and provides a fully auditable end-to-end system for use in device, patient/physician communication protocols and for controlling computer or cloud-based systems to run any remote monitoring installation. Cloud resources are controlled by CardioComm in Canada which is compliant with Canadian and U.S. health data storage regulations. With the ability to seamlessly control patient data sharing and storage management in complains with all regulatory and technology standards, CardioComm is helping to drive telemedicine offerings to new levels. The GEMS™ technology can also be integrated within other firm’s service platforms.
As more medical devices like ambulatory ECG monitors and glucometers are widely being adopted in patient care, the assurance of the genuineness of data from such devices remains a point of concern. There are threats that devices can be engineered to alter the raw data collected while recorded, transferred or stored. “We ensure that the software and hardware devices involved in our SaaMD ECG management solutions present a true biological signal.
The firm holds a unique distinction as an FDA cleared, ISO certified and Health Canada/CE approved company
We show the raw data without the influence of deliberate pre-filtering or algorithm smoothing, practices used by some manufacturers to reduce file size, make ECG traces look more appealing and to save on data transmission costs. It is within the software itself that filters can be applied as the reviewer chooses,” explains Etienne Grima, CEO, CardioComm.
Moreover, from the software perspective, CardioComm’s solutions are extremely stable, without a single bug report or complaint reported to US or Canadian regulatory agencies during the company’s two decades of existence.
Over the years, CardioComm has built a sterling reputation within the patient monitoring landscape with their innovative device agnostic solutions, hardware devices, as well as offering software services to medical gadget manufacturers and remote monitoring companies. CardioComm’s clients include GE Healthcare, Philips Medical and France based VisioMed, where CardioComm’s novel ECG management solutions have supported high-volume mobile cardiac telemetry ECG monitoring services.
CardioComm has announced plans to release software with communications compatibility to new and emerging medical device manufacturers. This includes smart shirts, patch devices, and wrist worn sports bands which can read multiple biosigns at once. In this role, CardioComm’s ECG management SaMD solutions are a combination of each device company’s respective medical device clearances. Moreover, to move in tandem with changing market trends, CardioComm is now developing firmware and software-based interpretive and predictive algorithms for more effective patient monitoring. CardioComm envisions the launch of its next generation GEMS™ FLEX software platform as an OS, device and browser agnostic software solution based on an ‘everything ECG’ policy, allowing continuous mobile cardiac telemetry monitoring on patients.