Cardihab is proud to announce its Gold Sponsorship of the Australian Cardiovascular Health and Rehabilitation Association 27th Annual Scientific Meeting to be held at the Rendezvous Hotel Scarborough in Perth, Western Australia, from the 7-9 August 2017.
The ACRA 2017 program includes a world class list of speakers including Associate Professor Tom Briffa (University of Western Australia), Professor David Dunstan (Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute), Dr Rolf Gomes (Heart of Australia) and many others. Cardihab is hosting a breakfast symposium on digital cardiac rehabilitation (7:30-8:15am, Tuesday 8 August, Preston BC room), sponsoring the Health Technolgies workshop (3:15-4:15pm, Tuesday 8 August, Mentelle room) and exhibiting throughout the conference.
Registrations are now open and we look forward to seeing you in Perth!
Cardihab is delighted to be a major sponsor at the upcoming Australasian Cardiovascular Nursing College Conference. ACNC 2017 will be held in Brisbane on Friday 10th and Saturday 11th of March.
Cardiac rehabilitation features strongly in the program including a key presentation by Robyn Gallagher – President-elect of the Australian Cardiovascular Health and Rehabilitation Association – entitled "The future of cardiac rehabilitation – how can health technology be harnessed?".
Cardihab™ will be on show in the exhibition with Simon McBride and Craig Newton demonstrating how Cardihab's Digital Cardiac Rehab solution can increase uptake, adherence and completions. We look forward to seeing you there!
Tech Street Journal reports on Cardihab's pitch to a full house of 80 pre-screened investors, venture capital firms, and entrepreneurs at River City Lab's ESIC RiverPitch.
Cardihab joins other CSIRO ON accelerator program teams pitching and conducting market validation in the USA.
Cardihab™ pitches at Tech23 2016, winning The Austrade Best Startup Award and The AMP Amplify Award for Best technology Tech23 2016 start-up founded by a woman.
Watch our CEO Leonore Ryan's pitch below!
In Australia, less than one third of heart attack survivors typically follow through with the country’s rehabilitation program. Cardihab™ aims to change that.
While still in pilot phase, Cardihab™ is already reducing clinical visits and increasing cardiac rehabilitation completion rates through its smartphone application.
View the full article on Tech Republic's Website
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