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CardioWise, Inc. Named a Top-Ten Finalist in Best Cardiovascular Digital Diagnostic Category by UCSF Health Hub
October 2019

The University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Health Hub has selected CardioWise, Inc. a Digital Health Awards 1st Round (Top Ten) Finalist in its Best Cardiovascular Digital Diagnostic category. The goal of UCSF Digital Health Awards was to select companies that promote faster, better, more cost-effective healthcare by improving outcomes such as shorter hospital stays, reduced patient and insurer costs, faster cures, and happier doctors and patients. The awards are intended to showcase new technologies that are dramatically improving healthcare through innovative means, to benefit society and to reduce the onerous cost burden. Over 500 companies participated, representing thirteen categories, with over 100 judges.

CardioWise™ Stretch Quantifier for Endocardial Engraved Zones (SQuEEZ) Receives Patents from Both the United States and the European Union
August 2019

CardioWise, Inc., is pleased to announce two significant patents protecting its heart function analysis software, Stretch Quantifier for Endocardial Engraved Zones (SQuEEZ).   The European Union Patent Number 12839978.9 was awarded on February 2, 2019, followed closely by the U.S. Patent on June 7, 2019 (patent application number 14/350,991). Both patents are entitled “Methods for Evaluating Regional Cardiac Function and Dyssynchrony from a Dynamic Imaging Modality using Endocardial Motion,” and were awarded to The Johns Hopkins University (JHU) for its pioneering work on a mathematical software algorithm that utilizes cardiac Computed Tomography (CT) data to determine the regional contractile function of the heart muscle at high resolution.

CardioWise™ Acquires Worldwide Rights to Patent, and Software to Guide Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Through License Agreement with Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures
August 2017

CardioWise, Inc., is pleased to announce that the company has acquired the worldwide rights to Image Toolbox heart functional analysis software, and pending patent from Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures through a license agreement. The US Patent application was filed November 11, 2016. The software uses cardiac CT patient data sets to determine which heart failure patients may benefit from implantation of a Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy device and can guide the placement of leads to ensure that the device is effective. The Image Toolbox technology utilizes SQuEEZ cardiac functional analysis software that CardioWise

has also licensed from Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures.

CardioWise Announces Publication of Multiparametric Strain Analysis (MPSA) Clinical Research Funded by the National Institutes of Health
July 2017

CardioWise, Inc., is pleased to announce that the company has acquired the worldwide rights to SQuEEZ heart function analysis software, and an associated pending patent from Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures through a license agreement. The U.S. Patent application was filed
April 10, 2014 and uses high resolution cardiac CT to analyze cardiac wall motion that provides extraordinary new insights to help physicians diagnose heart disease.

Radiomics for Cardiology
February 2015

"In the future, radiologists won't simply be interpretors of imaging studies, but will be the curators of quantitative and descriptive data about disease processes that will enable computerized decision-support systems to improve diagnostic and prognostic accuracy, according to experts in the rapidly expanding field of radiomics." (From "Radiomics Could Change Role of Radiologists" by Paul Latour, RSNA)

 

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March 2015 William A. (Bill) Breukelman Named to CardioWise, Inc. Board of Directors
January 2014 CardioWise Completes Small Business Innovation and Research Grant from the National Science Foundation
February 2015 CardioWise Completes Installation of the First Totally Integrated CardioWise Analysis Software at National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
June 2013 CardioWise Receives Supplemental Grant from the National Science Foundation