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Reducing US healthcare costs

We offer remote patient monitoring solutions aiming to improve patient outcomes and reducing healthcare costs.

We mainly focus on patients in the US where 6 out of 10 Americans suffer from chronic disease and healthcare costs have grown to more than $4 Trillion annually.

For these patients we offer the Coala Heart Monitor and other monitoring devices to supervise vital signs and also help clinics to manage the patient monitoring, maintain ongoing patient contact, and ensure correct and regular monitoring.

A platform that follows heart patients in everyday life

Communicative remote care

With the Coala Heart Monitor system, it’s easy to follow patients’ hearts remotely, as long as needed. In the Coala Care portal, healthcare providers can communicate with patients, interpret data and create reports for diagnostic support and record keeping.

In the US, the Coala is prescribed to acute and chronically ill patients as part of Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) programs. Reimbursed in the United States by all leading payors.

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clinicians are currently connected to the Coala Care Portal


healthcare providers actively use Coala for monitoring patients


patients have already used our service in Europe and the US

Real-time cardiac diagnostics

Coala Heart Monitor system is a unique medical innovation from Sweden based on more than 10 years of R&D, protected by more than 30 patents, and recognized with over 15 industry awards. Its real-time technology is ideal for long-term and non-invasive remote monitoring. Contact us to schedule a demo.

Security in everyday life

Coala Heart Monitor was used in the RedHeart study on nearly 1,000 women with palpitations. The study was led by researchers at Karolinska Institute and the women performed daily ECG measurements over a two month term.

The study concluded that the Coala helped reduce anxiety and depression, which led to reduced heart rate symptoms and increased quality of life.

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