AliveECG (electrocardiography professional app)

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Listed in Chronic Diseases, Illnesses & Injuries, Heart and blood pressure

App Description:

Electrocardiogram app used with the FDA cleared Heart Monitor that snaps onto the back of an iPhone 4, 4s, or 5. The Heart Monitor wirelessly communicates with the app to record, display, annotate, store, and transfer single lead ECGs. Available to medical professionals and prescribed patients.

Developer name: AliveCor
Developer background:
Located in San Francisco with Euan Thomson as CEO and President. Dr. Dave Albert is a founder and a physician. Appears to have good financing - lists staff with good qualifications.

App sold at: Apple iTunes Store
Pricing strategy: Free app that supports software, device or service
Pricing specifics: Free app supports the Heart Monitor; $199 for Heart Monitor.
Ability to interface with other software, devices or services: Stand alone app, does not interface
Interface capabilities :
Interfaces with AliveCor device and software only. No API mentioned.
Certifications: FDA cleared; CE marked.
Evidence that content is based on credible information :
Cites a number of studies at website.
Customer support levels available: Email, Phone
Privacy policy: Written description available at developer website and/or within the app
Security policy: Written description available at developer website and/or within the app

Electrocardiogram app used with the FDA cleared Heart Monitor that snaps onto the back of an iPhone 4, 4s, or 5. The Heart Monitor wirelessly communicates with the app to record, display, annotate, store, and transfer single lead ECGs. Available to medical professionals and prescribed patients.

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