Welcome to Pulse Cardiology Group
Cardiac imaging specialists
Cardiovascular Imaging Hub - Integrating AI into clinical environments
17.9 million lives each year
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death globally, taking an estimated 17.9 million lives each year*. Early detection and prevention of those at highest risk of CVD is essential and ensuring they receive appropriate treatment can prevent premature suffering and mortality.
We have unique insight into diagnostic delays and a distinctive approach around how to enhance access to CVD diagnosis.
PCG developed a virtual imaging diagnostics platform using the latest AI technology.
The digital solution is a step-change in impact for a range of stakeholders resulting in improved clinical efficiency, greater capacity and reduced costs.
Dedicated cardiac diagnostic services
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Comprehensive scanning and reporting
Pulse Cardiology Group operates with the NHS, private hospitals, insurance companies and community clinics for remote diagnostic and reporting services. The diagnostic partnerships help alleviate any long-term lack of capacity or short term resource constraints. Cooperation can fulfil or enhance existing diagnostic services by improving the speed of delivery and number of patients investigated.
Information Technology and interconnectivity
In the technology division, engineers are providing clinicians with secure links to hospitals, timely and reliable image sharing and workflow management. A scalable image diagnostics infrastructure with automated analysis tools of cardiac imaging from CT, Echo, MRI to improve the accuracy and enhance the overall productivity of evaluation and reporting.
Pulse Cardiology Group
Pulse Cardiology Group is a tech-enabled life-sciences business that provides the healthcare system with a platform focusing on cardiac imaging so the NHS can move the work not the people.
Learn more about hospital trust partnerships
In the area of hospital trusts, Pulse Cardiology Group operates remotely in conjunction with NHS for diagnostic and reporting services. The diagnostic scanning partnerships help alleviate any long-term lack of capacity in existing structures. The cooperation fulfils or enhances existing diagnostic services by improving the speed of delivery and number of patients investigated.
* World Health Organisation