GE, AirStrip offer heart-monitoring app for docs

04/4/2011 | Computerworld

GE Healthcare has partnered with AirStrip Technologies to develop an application that enables doctors to use their iPhones or iPads to view electrocardiograph data and remotely track how a patient's heart is doing. The technology, called AirStrip Cardiology, also features touchscreen displays to allow providers to run clinical decision-support solutions.

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