AliveCor has announced the launch of KardiaCare, a digital health subscription service offering digital tools to monitor heart data, risk factors, identify symptom triggers, and measure the impact of positive lifestyle changes as part of a long-term heart care program.
AliveCor’s personal ECG devices, KardiaMobile and KardiaMobile 6L, allow users to record a medical-grade ECG without having to visit a doctor’s office or hospital in person, AliveCor said in a press relase. With the addition of a KardiaCare subscription, members have access to advanced insights on their heart data, giving them the ability to take their heart care and risk management into their own hands while still maintaining a remote connection with their healthcare provider.
KardiaCare includes a suite of advanced features designed to maximise the potential of Kardia devices, the company added. Members will receive an evaluation of their ECG every 90 days, giving them the opportunity to obtain a professional’s opinion from the comfort of home. Other features include automatic ECG sharing with family and caregivers, a monthly heart health report summarising heart data over 30 days, and a care plan task list with reminders.
“It’s never been more important for patients to take control of their own heart health from home. As healthcare costs and demand for telemedicine increases, helping our users achieve their health goals outside the walls of the doctor’s office is an important step toward delivering better outcomes for everyone,” said Priya Abani, CEO of AliveCor. “No doubt there is more work to be done, but this is the first step in our journey to delivering more accessible digital tools to patients around the globe.”