Telemedicine solutions for cardiac and pulmonary health

Our platform works alongside existing health system conferencing tools, and enables live-streaming stethoscope audio and ECGs between patients and providers.

Free Access Through June 1st, 2020

We’re giving health systems free & unlimited new or additional licenses of our HIPAA-compliant stethoscope live streaming software and cardiac screening AI through June 1, 2020.

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Eko Telemedicine Highlights

Protecting Healthcare Workers
Eko helps protect healthcare workers who might otherwise be unexpectedly exposed to COVID-19 by in-person auscultation.

Remote Listening & Analysis
Eko enables Telehealth providers to listen to lung and heart sounds with confidence and analyze a rhythm strip for potentially life-threatening arrhythmias.

FDA-cleared AI
Eko is the only cardiovascular screening platform to provide AI-powered and FDA-cleared identification of common cardiac abnormalities such as AFib, tachycardia, and heart murmurs.

Live-stream Stethoscope Audio and ECG
Eko is the only platform that enables telehealth departments to live-stream stethoscope audio and ECGs between patients and providers, whether it be for clinic-to-clinic or clinic-to-home or clinic-to-quarantine site telehealth visits.

Health Systems Integration
Eko works right alongside the video conferencing platform a health system already has in place for video visits.

A Trusted Telehealth Partner
Eko is trusted by Telehealth departments across the country, including the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, University of Alabama Medical Center, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Sutter Health, Spectrum Health, University of Rochester Medical Center, UC Davis, and many more.

Using Telemedicine to #beatCOVID

We understand the power of telemedicine to help reduce the strain on our health systems, provide care to quarantined areas, and mitigate the spread of disease. Eko’s platform powers reliable real-time connection so clinicians can screen a patient's heart and lung sounds from any location.

Telemedicine in Clinics

Keeping clinicians safe

From rural clinics to large hospitals, telemedicine reduces exposure to clinicians by allowing them to auscultate patients virtually. Clinicians can quickly connect with specialists to assess patients with COVID 19 symptoms, maintain isolation protocols, and save costs by minimizing transportation.

From rural clinics to large hospitals, telemedicine reduces exposure to clinicians by allowing them to auscultate patients virtually. Clinicians can quickly connect with specialists to assess patients with COVID 19 symptoms, maintain isolation protocols, and save costs by minimizing transportation.

Eko stethoscopes can be used by a patient in their home to receive a cardiopulmonary exam from a specialist. This helps reduce the unnecessary risk of exposure by staying away from crowded medical offices and public infrastructure.

Telemedicine with Remote Patients

Keeping at-risk patients safe

Eko stethoscopes can be used by a patient in their home to receive a cardiopulmonary exam from a specialist. This helps reduce the unnecessary risk of exposure by staying away from crowded medical offices and public infrastructure.

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Eko is used at the following hospitals

Telemedicine Case-studies

Sutter Health

Learn Sutter Health uses tele-cardiology to improve patient compliance by reducing travel time for follow-up appointments.

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Children's Hospital Colorado

Learn how the telemedicine department at Children’s Colorado leverages virtual care to manage care in patient’s homes.

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StationMD

Learn how StationMD integrates Eko into its telemedicine platform to care for the most vulnerable patient populations.