The objective, we’re told, is to help manage patients with implanted cardiac devices beyond the walls of the practice.
Patients with implanted cardiac devices, like pacemakers and defibrillators, for example, can transmit critical cardiac data from their implanted device from home to the provider via the cloud.
Nebraska Medicine, an early adopter of the Geneva Health Solutions technology platform and a leader in health information interoperability, is an investor in the current round along with Don Cohn, a San Diego business leader.
“We are entering an exciting time for data-driven patient care, especially as more medical devices provide the ability to push data remotely, beyond the hospital or doctor’s office walls. Cardiology practices have limited time and resources to manage the firehose of remote monitoring data coming at them from cardiac devices. We are bringing the best in technology, telehealth and consulting in a combined solution set for the practice,” said Yuri Sudhakar, CEO of Geneva Health Solutions (GHS). “This funding will allow us to speed up onboarding of cardiology practices across the country to our platform.”