The First True
Virtual Cardiology Office

mHeart facilitates the chronic management of heart disease through remote monitoring while enabling mobile triage during episodes of chest discomfort

The Problem

Heart disease has been the leading cause of death in the US and worldwide for the past 20 years. Despite the pandemic, heart disease still remains the #1 cause of death in the US.

For this reason, if you have chest pain or discomfort, the first thing any physician will tell you is to go immediately to the nearest hospital emergency room (ER), despite fully knowing that more than 90 percent of chest-pain patients do not need an ER-level evaluation.
OUR MISSION

Our Solution

DRS.LINQ was founded on the principles of streamlining access to care; reducing the cost of care for patients, insurers, and healthcare systems; reducing medical errors; and improving patient satisfaction; while providing a revenue stream for physicians who can offer continuity of care through remote monitoring of chronic diseases and mobile triage during episodes of chest discomfort.
ABOUT mHeart

Cardiac Monitoring & Chest Pain Requires a Platform

How Will mHeart Solve This Problem?

The mHeart mobile platform addresses two care paths to improve long-term quality of care for patients while providing rapid and efficient triage for acute chest pain.

It is ideal for patients at risk for heart disease; patients who have had a prior heart attack, coronary stent or bypass surgery; and those patients with recurrent non-cardiac pain whose anxiety sends them to the ER.

$5400

Saved
Per Patient

Hospitals

$1700

Revenue
Per Patient

Doctors

$0

Spent for
Peace of Mind

Patients

$5400

Saved
Per Patient

Hospitals

$1700

Revenue
Per Patient

Doctors

$0

Spent for
Peace of Mind

Patients

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