ReactDx, diagnostic cardiology leaders since 1981, will be attending the Heart Rhythm Society’s 39th annual Scientific Sessions, to be held at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in Boston, Massachusetts from May 9-12. The expo provides an opportunity for physicians, allied professionals, scientists, and industry partners from around the world to come together in the most comprehensive electrophysiology meeting. The Heart Rhythm Scientific Sessions will be attended by more than 7,600 professionals, with over 150 exhibitors, and more than 18 exhibition hours.
Throughout the four-day expo, attendees will have the opportunity to meet experts within the industry, attend symposiums and exhibits on varied topics, and join any of the 24 Maintenance of Certification opportunities focusing on pediatric and adult congenital heart disease. Session topics include those highlighting patient care, technological advancements, live case presentations, and step-by-step clinical procedures.
ReactDx is excited for the opportunity to share its medical technology at the Heart Rhythm Scientific Sessions. Innovators of the TelePatch Monitoring System, ReactDx uses diagnostic technologies that are considered highly advanced within the industry, with monitors having been used by both the US military and on the International Space Station. The TelePatch Monitoring System, using the patented Diogenes algorithm, offers Holter, Event, and Telemetry services, with Long-Term Holter service in development. ReactDx provides patient-friendly, no-hassle billing practices that focus on seamless integration into practices, exceeding both physician and patient needs.
Be sure to visit ReactDx at booth 562.
Founded in 1981, ReactDx is recognized as a technology leader in the telemedicine industry, pioneering cutting-edge products and services, and developing new applications that result in better clinical outcomes across multiple specialties. ReactDx’s four clinical monitoring centers across the United States are staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, providing remote monitoring to patients throughout the world. For more information, click here, or call (800) 23-HEART.