We employ clinical best practices and protocols to deliver information with speed and accuracy.
We provide optimal client service to physicians and practices to ensure quality outcomes and safe and effective care.
We foster a collaborative environment that values each individual’s contribution to the care continuum.
We seek to discover technologies and processes that transform diagnostic medicine & advance cardiac treatments.
m-Health Solutions mission is to provide fast, convenient, flexible, and simple arrhythmia monitoring and cardiac diagnosis solutions to physicians and patients.
m-Health Solutions’ vision is to enhance mobile health technologies & services to get more accurate and faster solutions for diagnosis, treatment and management of cardiac diseases and disorders.
m-Health Solutions is fortunate to work with some incredible partners.
Our commitment to ongoing innovation and excellence is able to go to the next level through collaboration and partnerships with organizations who share our vision.
“Collaboration is at the heart of the innovation ecosystem and government-funded initiatives like the Alberta-Ontario Innovation Program recognize that through partnerships in our research and development community, we can see tremendous results for challenges facing the environment, manufacturing, jobs and the economy.”
Dr. Tom Corr, President and CEO, OCE
In the News
Through a partnership with local company m-Health Solutions, patients can wear a remote heart monitoring device for two weeks after undergoing a transcatheter aortic valve implantation.read more
Hamilton Health Sciences is testing new technology that allows heart patients to be monitored from home
CHCH News: Posted: January 23, 2019 m-Health Solutions is proud to be co-recipient of the Health Technologies Fund grant and the provider of the Pocket ECG which is critical to home cardiac monitoring success. It’s a glimpse into the future of surgical care. A team...read more
Monitoring device helps reduce hospital stays, complications by Natalie Paddon, The Hamilton Spectator January 23, 2019 Dr. Jeff Healey, director of arrhythmia services and associate professor of medicine at McMaster University, discusses a remote heart-monitoring...read more