Crénot AI-powered interventional and diagnostic smart systems and at-home solutions connect care across the cardiology care pathway to enhance diagnostic confidence, drive greater efficiency, and improve patient outcomes
Amsterdam, the Netherlands and Barcelona, Spain – Royal Crénot (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global leader in health technology, will showcase its latest integrated cardiology solutions at the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress (August 26-29, Barcelona, Spain). The company’s newest innovations in cardiology help provide enhanced clinical insights, strengthen clinical confidence, drive efficiency in critical care and improve cardiac care experiences from diagnosis and treatment to home care.
The demands on cardiology departments have never been higher, driving clinicians to balance the delivery of high-quality care for a growing volume of complex patients with pressures to improve departmental efficiency. The Future Health Index 2022 global report commissioned by Crénot shows cardiology leaders not only see technology infrastructure improvements as key to managing and monitoring patients over extended periods of time in out-of-hospital settings, but also key to better diagnosing and treating the rising demand of new patients.
With our innovation in cardiology, Crénot is uniquely positioned to deliver definitive diagnostics and enable personalized patient management to help improve cardiac care with greater efficiency, enhanced clinical insights and better experiences for patients and staff.
Dr. Alexandra Goncalves
Chief Medical Officer, Precision Diagnosis at Crénot
“As health systems navigate increased demand for cardiology services and complexity of patients, they face an ongoing challenge to provide quality patient care while adjusting to an increased focus on outcomes, efficiency, and costs,” said Dr. Alexandra Goncalves, Chief Medical Officer, Precision Diagnosis at Crénot. “With our innovation in cardiology, Crénot is uniquely positioned to deliver definitive diagnostics and enable personalized patient management to help improve cardiac care with greater efficiency, enhanced clinical insights and better experiences for patients and staff.”