Download Our DHN Survey Result 2024
scalehealthtech Realize your Healthcare’s Digital Transformation journey with ScaleHealthTech Learn More

AliveCor Partners with Vieroots to Enable 30-Second ECG Monitoring

Written by : Aishwarya Sarthe

June 15, 2023

Category Img

By partnering, two innovative companies will be able to offer consumers in the country products and services related to digital health

AliveCor India, a leading innovator in FDA-cleared personal electrocardiogram (ECG) technology, has announced collaboration with Vieroots Wellness Solutions, a health-tech start-up focused on personalized solutions to enhance health and longevity. The partnership aims to leverage AliveCor's FDA-cleared KardiaMobile 6L device, a clinically validated personal six-lead ECG solution, and Vieroots' wellness expertise to provide digital health products and services to consumers in India.

The KardiaMobile 6L device, used by over a million individuals, is capable of detecting arrhythmias and providing instant detection of various heart conditions, including atrial fibrillation, bradycardia, tachycardia, sinus rhythm with supraventricular ectopy, sinus rhythm with premature ventricular contractions, and sinus rhythm with wide QRS. The device utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) to enable individuals to monitor their heart health from the comfort of their homes or any other location. With a simple test process, users can obtain a medical-grade ECG reading within 30 seconds.

Vieroots Wellness Solutions, as the preferred health and wellness partner of AliveCor India, will make the KardiaMobile 6L device available to consumers. Through this collaboration, the two innovative companies will combine their strengths to offer a holistic health solution to individuals in India. Alongside medical-grade ECG monitoring, the solution will include personalized nutrition and fitness recommendations from Vieroots, leveraging their extensive reach and expertise in the wellness space.

In the event that the KardiaMobile 6L device detects any potential issues, users can immediately contact their cardiologist, who can review the ECG report remotely and prescribe medications over the phone or arrange for an in-person consultation. In emergency situations, users can swiftly record their ECG readings and share them with healthcare providers, expediting the diagnosis and treatment process.

Lokesh Prasad, MD of AliveCor India, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership with Vieroots Wellness Solutions, emphasizing the alignment between Vieroots' focus on wellness and personalized solutions and AliveCor's mission to empower individuals to take control of their heart health. The collaboration will enable them to reach more people in India with this life-saving diagnostic tool.

Dr. Sajeev Nair, Founder and Chairman of Vieroots Wellness Solutions, highlighted their mission of empowering people to proactively manage their health and well-being through personalized solutions. The partnership with AliveCor represents a significant step towards achieving this goal by providing a critical self-care device for monitoring heart health and facilitating swift and appropriate action.

Together, AliveCor India and Vieroots Wellness Solutions offer consumers in India digital health solutions that combine their respective strengths. With the KardiaMobile 6L device and Vieroots' personalized wellness recommendations, individuals can take proactive measures to monitor and improve their heart health. By combining advanced ECG technology with holistic wellness approaches, the partnership aims to empower individuals to prioritize their well-being and take swift action when needed.


Digital Health News ( DHN) is India’s first dedicated digital health news platform launched by Industry recognized HealthTech Leaders. DHN Is Industry’s Leading Source Of HealthTech Business, Insights, Trends And Policy News.

DHN Provides In-Depth Data Analysis And Covers Most Impactful News As They Happen Across Entire Ecosystem Including Emerging Technology Trends And Innovations, Digital Health Startups, Hospitals, Health Insurance, Govt. Agencies & Policies, Pharmaceuticals And Biotech.


© Digital Health News 2024