Posted on February 15th, 2010 by Kelley Luckstein
Kardia Health Brings Technology to the Market With cardiologists spread thin and reimbursements for their services declining, the key to survival is improved efficiency. That’s according to Doug Marinaro, the chief operating officer of Minnesota-based Kardia Health Systems.
The three-year-old company is working to put cardiology-focused health information technology developed by the renowned Mayo Clinic into the hands of providers. “Kardia is a company focused on simplifying the challenges that cardiologists have in bringing IT into their practice, making best-in-class technology from institutions like the Mayo Clinic affordable, and increasing collaboration and expanding care to the underserved community using the power of the Internet,” Marinaro explained.
Memphis Medical News by Sharon Fitzgerald, 2/10/2010
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