December 13, 2012 — CardioNet Inc., a wireless medical technology company focused on diagnosing and monitoring cardiac arrhythmias, announced the release of a new application for the iPad designed to provide physicians and their support staff easy access to the cardiac monitoring services at CardioNet.
“We are pleased to offer the thousands of physicians who prescribe MCOT [Mobile Cardiac Outpatient Telemetry], the most advanced cardiac monitoring system on the market, easier accessibility to patient data,” said Joseph Capper, CEO and president for CardioNet. “We [have] launched an iPad application [that] allows healthcare providers to instantly access cardiac monitoring reports online. We believe that making the most precise mobile cardiac-related information available to physicians at their fingertips, in a user-friendly format, is a powerful tool that will benefit patients, payers and physicians alike.”
The new CardioNet Access App, currently available for free download at the Apple store, will enable physicians to save, print and send patient reports from the convenience of their iPad.
For more information: www.cardionet.com