Medibank’s Heart Health at Home Program Results Reported in Herald Sun today

Medibank’s Heart Health at Home Program Results Reported in Herald Sun today

4th May, 2022

We are excited to share that today the Herald Sun has reported on the Baker Institute’s independent evaluation of the Medibank Heart Health at Home program, which is of course, powered by Cardihab.

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Cardihab CEO Helen Souris joined radio presenter David Wood from Ultra106five to discuss the challenges associated with attending traditional cardiac rehabilitation and how Cardihab's digital platform is supporting clinicians to deliver the important continuity of care to patients, particularly through COVID disruptions.

Cardihab joined Ultra106five to help them highlight the benefits of cardiac rehabilitation for people living in Tasmania

4th February, 2022

Cardihab CEO Helen Souris joined radio presenter David Wood from Ultra106five to discuss the challenges associated with..

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2GB radio host Dr Ross Walker speaks with Helen Souris, CEO of Cardihab

Cardihab’s “game changing” increase in patient participation is discussed on Dr Ross Walker’s 2GB radio show

30th January, 2022

Cardihab CEO Helen Souris joined Dr Ross Walker on the Healthy Living Show to speak about the new clinical study published in JMIR Publications;

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JMIR Publication

Clinical study finds that offering digital health platform Cardihab increases participation in cardiac rehabilitation

18th January, 2022

A clinical study of patients with cardiovascular disease by Queensland Cardiovascular Group has found that offering a digital health platform,…

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A year of change, letter from the CEO

Digitising Cardiac Care: A year of change – more for the better

16th December, 2021

Our inspiration and motivation comes from the people whose lives we help change. We all hoped we would be rejoicing…

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AndHealth+ Accelerator cohort

Cardihab selected as part of the $20M ANDHealth+ Digital Health Accelerator cohort

9th December, 2021

Australia’s only not-for-profit digital health commercialisation organisation, ANDHealth today announced that Cardihab has been selected to take part in its Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) funded ANDHealth+ program.

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Digital health startup Cardihab is changing clinical care for people with cardiac disease

8th December, 2021

Australian digital health startup Cardihab is changing the lives of thousands of people with cardiac disease – the world’s biggest killer.

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Digital health is changing the future of cardiac care

29th October, 2021

Digital health is bringing new solutions that are transforming the lives of thousands of people with cardiac disease.

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AstraZeneca and Slush

Cardihab joins the discussion with AstraZeneca and Slush on the next generation of healthcare

21st October, 2021

In October 2021, AstraZeneca and Slush joined forces with a few start-ups and entrepreneurs for a collaborative event providing a…

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Digital care post-covid: not a tsunami, just a big wave

8th October, 2021

Countless new health tech innovations may have popped up over the past two years, but has it been enough to overcome hesitancy toward telehealth.

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Cardihab being used in a world leading long COVID study

Cardihab being used in a world leading long COVID study

4th August, 2021

Today the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute announced a world leading investigation into the long-term heart damage caused by COVID-19. Hundreds of Melbourne COVID-19 survivors are being recruited for the study looking into the effects of what is dubbed “long COVID” — where those who have previously tested positive report complications months after they have recovered.

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ImpaQT Group's support and investment in Cardihab

Cardihab are delighted to have ImpaQT Group investment

26th July, 2021

We are delighted to have the ImpaQT Group’s support and investment to help us to fulfil our mission of improving access to care for patients recovering from cardiac events and/or living with heart disease.

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