Bardy Diagnostics, Inc., (“BardyDx”), a leading provider of ambulatory cardiac monitoring technologies and custom data solutions, announced today it has been recognized as one of the Top 10 Cardio Vascular Device Companies of 2018 by MedTech Outlook Magazine, an industry periodical committed to covering the trends, challenges, and solutions impacting the healthcare and medical device sectors. BardyDx was selected among its peers for pioneering P-wave focused ECG monitoring with the introduction of the Carnation Ambulatory Monitor (“CAM™”), the world’s only P-wave centric™ ambulatory cardiac patch monitor and arrhythmia detection device.
MedTech Outlook’s distinguished selection panel, comprised of physicians, healthcare executives, and the magazine’s editorial board, chose from a list of hundreds of candidates submitted through nominations and consultations with industry leaders to decide upon 10 companies that stood out in the cardiovascular market for delivering today’s most innovative advancements in diagnostic and therapeutic medical devices.
BardyDx’s CAM Patch Monitoring System was chosen due to its market-leading advances in ECG diagnostic accuracy, patient-friendly design, and workflow versatility. Gust Bardy, MD, BardyDx Founder and Chief Executive Officer, explains, “Clinicians harnessing CAM’s P-wave focused technology have enthusiastically noted an improved ability to confidently diagnose heart rhythms, including rare arrhythmias not typically detected or recorded by other devices.”
Chief Commercial Officer Ken Nelson added, “BardyDx aims to work within, rather than around, our customers’ various workflows and clinical settings, which includes permitting them to perform their own ECG scanning analyses, enabling them to download CAM and other data on-site for expedient processing, or allowing their patients the convenience of sending the CAM patch directly to BardyDx for subsequent analysis. As a result, we’re seeing strong interest and adoption outside of the traditional cardiology practice, including the Emergency Department and post-stroke monitoring settings.”
Commenting on the recognition, Dr. Bardy said, “It is a great honor to be recognized for our continuing efforts to provide a clinically-valuable and versatile ambulatory cardiac diagnostic tool.” He continued, “The CAM is the first step in our mission to make P-wave centric monitoring the standard of care in ECG monitoring and we look forward to deploying AI-based tools to enable consistent, objective, accurate and timely diagnostic data to physicians and their patients.”