MedTach was pleased to attend the HRS Congress May 9 through 11 in Boston. MedTach's Cheryl Findley pictured here with Ad Ramaekers from Finapres.
The innovative Nova non-invasive continuous blood pressure and hemodynamic recording system is being demonstrated with the new Guided Autonomic Therapy (GAT) module and iPad for patient feedback during one of the several new 'guided' tests available (guided Valsalva test shown below).
MedTach will attend the The Heart Rhythm Society’s 39th Annual Scientific Sessions, May 9-12, 2018 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. Please plan on joining us visiting the following booths:
Join MedTach at the Cerebral Hypoperfusion Summit at the RIA in Kitchener, Ontario - April 4th & 5th
Join us at the Schlegel-University of Waterloo Research Institute for Aging for the Cerebral Hypoperfusion Summit: Optimizing cerebrovascular perfusion in seniors with cardiovascular disease.
Key opinion leaders from around the globe will be leading discussions on real world and local problems with blood pressure regulation and brain blood flow. Day two will showcase Current Research and Technology, and future research questions will be discussed.
MedTach provides Canadian clinicians with our Bittium Faros ECG device and software for analyzing cardiac event-based ECG and long-term Holter measurements. Please visit the Bittium booth (F250) at EHRA 2018, March 18-20 in Barcelona Spain.
At the event, Bittium will showcase Bittium Faros ECG devices and the recently medical device approved Bittium Cardiac Navigator software meant for accurate analyzing of long-term Holter ECG recordings, as well as Bittium Cardiac Explorer software for analyzing Cardiac event based ECG recording. The software, together with the versatile Bittium Faros ECG measuring device, allows the follow-up and detection of cardiac arrhythmias as well as in-depth analysis of long-term recordings.
AliveCor, the leader in personal electrocardiogram (EKG) technology, was named the number one Most Innovative Company in Artificial Intelligence by Fast Company in its annual ranking.
AliveCor also ranked 20th overall in an evaluation of thousands of companies worldwide in Fast Company’s Top 50 Most Innovative Companies in the World.
AliveCor uses advanced artificial intelligence, cloud, and micro-electrode technology to advance the state of the art in cardiac care. AliveCor empowers people worldwide to proactively manage heart health and to vastly improve the quality of care in the fight against heart disease.
MedTach is pleased to provide Canadians with AliveCor’s KardiaMobile, an innovative EKG system that enables patients and their care teams to easily, quickly and inexpensively detect and manage possible abnormal heart rhythms.
Peace of mind in your pocket.
Take a medical-grade EKG anytime, anywhere. In just 30 seconds, detect normal heart rhythm or AFib.
MedTach is pleased to announce the opening of our new Vancouver B.C. office in Yaletown located at:
1090 Homer Street, Suite 300
Vancouver, BC V6B 2W9
Geoff Findley, Director of Sales for British Columbia heads up the office and is responsible for leadership and all company sales across the province. Business strategy, customer service and support is under his directive.
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November 29, 2017 (Burlington, Ont.) – MedTach Inc. is proud to announce the promotion of Geoff Findley as the company’s new Director of Sales - British Columbia. Geoff has relocated to Vancouver and is responsible for leadership and all company sales across the province. Business strategy, customer service and support will also be under Geoff’s directive.
Geoff brings a background in sales and marketing, as the Key Account Manager for MedTach based in Ontario. As Key Account Manager, Geoff grew company revenues and played a key roll in the successful introduction of several new technologies to the medical community.
Geoff attended the University of British Columbia, Okanagan in Economics and Biology. Geoff is pleased to move back to B.C. and looks forward to providing advanced medical technologies and working with health care providers and researchers in the province.