Commentary by Robert Hauser, MD

Chair, Cardiac Insight Scientific Advisory Board


Dr. Robert Hauser

Dr. Robert Hauser

Clinical atrial fibrillation (AF) is associated with increased rates of stroke, heart failure, mortality, hospitalization, and cognitive decline. For years oral anticoagulation and rate control have been the mainstays of treatment. But now, with the advent of new techniques, AF ablation has become a safe and effective method for maintaining sinus rhythm. The challenge for practitioners is to identify AF in their patients as soon as possible so that the proper management strategy can be implemented early in the course of the disease.

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Ann Demaree, RN

Vice President of Marketing & Business Development


A patient wearing Cardea SOLO

A patient wearing Cardea SOLO

When doctors outsource for test results, the “wait” begins for the provider and staff, as well as for the anxious patient. In many cases, the delay to get the results back is measured in days, but some types of outsourced tests can often take weeks. One of the most notable testing delays in the industry occurs in outsourced electrocardiogram (ECG) testing. Ambulatory ECG testing is prescribed in order to rule out abnormal cardiac rhythms in symptomatic or high-risk patients. As longer duration, multi-day prescription ambulatory ECG test recordings are being increasingly prescribed versus traditional, cabled 1- or 2-day Holter ECG recorders, this shift has led to increased IDTF technical analysis outsourcing to handle large amounts of ECG data.

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5 Ways Cardiac Insight is Expanding Access to AFib Diagnosis and Treatment

To find the right solution, you must first know a problem exists. During AFib (Atrial Fibrillation) Awareness Month this September, cardiologists, electrophysiologists, clinicians, and the wider cardiology community including Cardiac Insight are raising awareness and a collective voice to ensure the public understands the magnitude and seriousness of AFib.

AFib is the occurrence of a quivering or irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia) that often leads to blood clots, stroke, heart failure and even death. The toll it takes on patients, their loved ones, and the healthcare system is extreme. AFib alone increases a person’s risk of stroke by 500 percent, yet most people are not even aware that it is a serious condition (Source: AHA). Far too often, it’s left undetected and untreated.

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Dr. David Hadley

Senior VP of Research & Development


Dave Hadley, PhD, Senior VP of Research & Development

Driving accessibility and adoption of the next generation ECG technology


Waves, whether transmitted through bedrock or heart muscle, often forecast future events. But you must know how to listen and leverage the right technology. Analyzing waves to understand source characteristics has always fascinated me.

My career has its very early foundation in what’s under our feet, not beating in our chest. I started my career as a seismologist. The underlying physics associated with seismic waves are very similar to the electrical waves pulsing through cardiac muscle.

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Nathan Hutchinson

Regional Sales Director


Nathan Hutchinson Regional Sales Director

Patient-Focused Care and the Increasingly Mobile “Life” Health Record


The idea of “Continuity of Patient Care” is extending further past the four walls of the hospital, past the physician office or clinic, into the patient’s home and beyond. Patients can access advanced care and testing in a growing number of diverse settings, including freestanding urgent care, emergency rooms and more recently even in pharmacies. People are more mobile than ever. Our collective efforts should work towards ensuring our individual health record story is just as mobile, as well as accurate and complete.  Simple, right? Maybe not so much, but it’s getting there.

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Stacy Sprouse

Vice President of Sales


Stacy Sprouse, Vice President of Sales

The continued risks and uncertainty of COVID-19 are wreaking havoc on many organizations. The decisions we make today, next week and even next month will have far-reaching impact. In my view, the highest priority is the health and safety of everyone. Clinics and hospitals are temporarily shut down or requiring employees to work from home, experimenting with new communication techniques, or taking whatever actions are available in order to operate.

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Submitted by Cori Pitcher, Certified EKG Technician

Amarillo Heart Group, Amarillo, Texas



Figure 4. RhythmSignatures™ scatterplot visualizing Day 3 AF episode



A 74-year-old female presented to re-establish cardiology care after she was lost to follow-up for 4 years. Patient presented with complaints of right side of her mouth drooping and several episodes of having right side facial drooping that would resolve spontaneously. She denied confusion, difficulty with speech, lightheaded/dizziness or palpitations. The patient stated that she has not felt well for the last six months and her symptoms were also associated with fatigue.

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Robert Phipps
Director, Market Access & Reimbursement

Rob Phipps, Director of Market Access & Reimbursement

The Advantages of All-Inclusive ECG Diagnostic Testing Capabilities for Patients, Physicians, and Payers


The word is getting out! The Cardiac Insight team is proud to support our growing professional medical customer base of dedicated healthcare providers who include the Cardea SOLO™ Arrhythmia Analysis System in their diagnostic tool kit every day.  Cardiac Insight customers deserve enormous credit – they are the pioneers and innovators who have adopted Cardea SOLO’s advances in automated ECG arrhythmia detection to improve healthcare quality and people’s lives.

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Robert G. Hauser, MD, FACC, FHRS

Sally Hauser in Nice, France, 2 weeks after her stroke.

In June of 2012, the consequences of asymptomatic paroxysmal atrial fibrillation came home to me and my family in a frightening, firsthand experience. My wife, Sally, suffered an acute embolic left middle cerebral artery stroke while we were traveling in Nice, France, where I was scheduled to speak at a medical conference…


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Ann Demaree, RN, Vice President Marketing & Business Development

Ann with her father shortly after his stroke.

How My Dad’s Life Might Have Been Different With Today’s Wearable ECG Technology


I’ve spent my entire career as a team member innovating technology used by medical professionals. But, <SPOILER ALERT> – I’m not going to cast even a subtle shadow of doubt on new consumer heart wearables like the Apple® Watch or even more intriguing consumer cardiac tech that’s coming. Why put tacks in that road? I say, “Bring on the consumer health wearables!” Find the bad stuff sooner. Optimize early warning systems as bridges to our healthcare professionals. And make us want to use these tools every day.

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