Many heart disease deaths could be prevented by personalizing treatment 2

But personalized care decisions require the right information at the right time.

And we can't afford to wait.

Graph adapted from Mohebi et al displaying projected rise ischemic heart disease cases.

Personalize care decisions with Decision Intelligence

Our Decision Intelligence (DI) solutions unlock the full value of cardiovascular diagnostic tests to provide cohesive insights at the point-of-decision.

More than artificial intelligence (AI), DI ensures the right technology is in place to extract insights from diagnostic tests, improve efficiency, and support clinical decisions, helping physicians improve patient outcomes.

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Provide fast and high-quality diagnostic services while delivering personalized cardiovascular care.

Standardize Service Delivery

  • Indication-based planning
  • Standardized reporting
  • Team-based workflows

Optimize Diagnostic Pathways

  • Improve communication
  • Leverage multimodality data
  • Integrate decision support

Accelerate Clinical Research

  • Obtain research consent routinely
  • Collect patient-reported data
  • Phenotype every clinical case


An enterprise Decision Intelligence platform for cardiovascular imaging and workflow support.

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Reach beyond your clinics to streamline collection of patient-reported data and consent and include PROMs in your clinical decision making through physician-facing reports.

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Capture each patient’s coronary anatomy and disease with the CARAT diagram, used for cardiovascular imaging, interventional cardiology and cardiovascular surgery.

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Diagram showing CARAT with coronary arteries.

Our Ecosystem

We work with nonprofits, government organizations, companies and others to achieve our vision of delivering personalized healthcare.

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(1) Mohebi et al., (2022). Cardiovascular Disease Projections in the United States Based on the 2020 Census Estimates. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 80(6), 565–578.

(2) Leopold, Jane A., and Joseph Loscalzo. 2018. “The Emerging Role of Precision Medicine in Cardiovascular Disease.” Circulation Research 122 (9): 1302–15.