Geneva Health Solutions Gets $1.9M For Remote Cardiac Monitoring

Pasadena-based Geneva Health Solutions, which develops a system which feeds cardiac monitoring data from implantable devices to a wide range of medical systems, has raised $1.9M in a funding round. The funding came from Nebraska Medicine, and San Diego angel investor Don Cohn. The company, led by CEo Yuri Sudhakar, said it will use the funding to add additional cardiology practices nationwide. The company's system takes cardiac device data, and lets providers monitor patients for routine device follow, alerts around device issues or clinical events, including new arrhythmias and indicators of heart failure. More information »