TORONTO, ONTARIO – CardioComm Solutions, Inc. (TSX VENTURE: EKG) (“CardioComm” or the “Company”), a leading global medical provider of consumer heart monitoring and electrocardiogram (“ECG”) acquisition and management software solutions, confirms it has entered into a device technology relationship for the co-marketing and US sales of a Smartphone connected 12 lead ECG wearable device.

The announcement follows the successful integration and testing of the device with CardioComm’s GlobalCardio (“GC”) 12 FLEX remote ECG patient management platform and its hospital-based GEMS™ WIN software. Joint sales efforts will be launched during the 2019 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (“HIMSS”) Global Conference & Exhibition in Orlando this week. HIMSS is expected to attract over 45,000 health information and technology professionals, clinicians, executives and market suppliers from around the world.

The device is a simple to use, 12 lead ECG belt that is placed around the chest without the use of disposable supplies. The belt is intended for in-home use under a physician’s prescription and can be placed properly without the need for any medical training. Once the belt is in place, ECGs are recorded and uploaded to a cloud service from where ECG files are pulled into CardioComm’s software.

GC12 FLEX and GEMS™ WIN provide an FDA cleared, back-office solution for centralized ECG data collection from remotely monitored patients. Physicians and/or ECG reading services can access their data securely for review and ECG reporting. GC12 FLEX also offers optional automated ECG interpretation to ease the ECG review process. GC12 and GEMS WIN are device agnostic solutions that offer healthcare professionals a simplified, “one-software-for-all-ECG-devices” single platform solution.

CardioComm continues to seek out innovative hardware technologies that will provide reliable ECG monitoring of people outside of a hospital environments. The Company expects the 12 lead ECG belt will be of interest to its current hospital and physician group customer base, as well as to a growing number of remote and telemedicine patient management providers that are looking for ways to add ECG monitoring to their services. As part of the relationship the device manufacturer will promote the use of the CardioComm software to its growing client list looking to use 12 lead ECG monitoring within their operations.

To learn more about CardioComm’s products and for further updates regarding HeartCheck™ ECG device integrations please visit the Company’s websites at and