United Cardiac Services offers the latest Holter software analysis program for the most
difficult patients. The software has been validated by over 30 databases from
Massachusetts Institute of Technology and American Health Association. This analysis
program has been validated for accuracy and reliability for over 30 years.
State of the art recorders that are water resistant, small and light, using only 1 battery—provides patient mapping with lead faults, Pacemaker adjustments and auto record. Accommodates any type of patient including pediatric and pacemakers while ensuring more
comfort for the patient. Recorders have ECG displays and allow nurses to acquire the
best “hookups” and ultimately better tracings. With our ECG analysis technology and 12
lead ECG capabilities, we can obtain Holter reports with as little as two leads. This
technology allows us to have the fewest repeat tests in the Holter industry.
With our easy to use remote software for downloading raw ecg data, physicians have the
ability to view their HIGH RISK Patients raw ECG Data as it is being processed to our
central computers. Our trained CV technicians (U.S.A. based) create final reports for
Physicians that are ready to be interpreted. Reports are automatically sent out to
customers in less than 24 hours.
Our experienced staff of Cardiac technicians, IT support, and low cost supplies make
United Cardiac Services your choice for Holter monitoring scanning solutions.
United Cardiac Service is a subcontractor to medical facilities and does not bill
to your patients' Insurance companies or Medicare. Full reimbursement is paid directly to
the medical facility.
There is no upfront investment required to start offering this service to your patients. Call United Cardiac Services today!
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