Medicomp, diagnostic cardiology leaders since 1981, is attending the American College of Cardiology’s 67th Annual Scientific Session and Expo, held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL from March 10-12. The largest gathering of innovative cardiovascular products and services, ACC.18 features nearly 300 companies and organizations paving way in pharmaceuticals, imaging, devices, health IT, and more.

Throughout the three-day expo, patients, clinicians, caregivers, and physicians from across the world are afforded the opportunity to learn more about cardiology breakthroughs through hundreds of educational sessions and late-breaking clinical research. Between questions that allow you to test your knowledge, lunch and learns, and a variety of panels, presentations, and sessions, this event engages with all aspects of cardiology. Attendees have the option to focus on one clinical area or attend a variety of sessions.

Medicomp is excited to share its medical technology, the TelePatchTM 3-in-1 Monitoring System, with premier physicians, clinicians, scientists, and other medical professionals. TelePatch serves as a Holter, mobile cardiac telemetry, and a wireless event monitor all in one. TelePatch has received stellar reviews from patients and physicians alike, especially because of its comfortable design that doesn’t require sticky leads or wires. As with all Medicomp monitors, TelePatch uses the patented Diogenes algorithm, which is unmatched in revealing arrhythmias, able to analyze all four beat-by-beat indices: Rate, Rhythm, Morphology, and P wave.  

Be sure to visit Medicomp at Booth 3044 at ACC.18.

About Medicomp

Founded in 1981, Medicomp is recognized as a technology leader in the telemedicine industry, pioneering cutting-edge products and services, and developing new applications that result in better clinical outcomes across multiple specialties. Medicomp’s four clinical monitoring centers across the United States are staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, providing remote monitoring to patients throughout the world. For more information, click here, or call (800) 23-HEART.