CSIRO spins out Cardihab remote cardiac rehab platform

The Cardihab remote cardiac rehabilitation platform and model of care developed by scientists from the CSIRO's Australian eHealth Research Centre (AEHRC) has been spun out as a standalone venture after raising $1.35 million in venture capital.

Cardihab is a smartphone app connected to a clinic-based portal that can be used for remote patient management following a cardiac event, with its model of care validated in a randomised control trial conducted by CSIRO and Prince Charles Hospital in Brisbane.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Cardihab

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