NICaS is designed to help health providers to improve patient’s care and lower heart failure readmission rates, by providing caretakers with accurate information on patient hemodynamic status, allowing them to personalize the treatment and titrate medication if needed.
Heart Failure In Numbers:
6.5M – Approximately 6.5 million adults in the United States are diagnosed with heart failure each year.
1 IN 8 People – Heart failure was a contributing cause of 1 in every 8 deaths in 2020.
$30.7B – Heart failure costs the U.S. an estimated $30.7 billion annually.
Readmission & Hospitalization Reduction
Heart failure is responsible for 11 million physician visits each year and leads to more hospitalizations than all forms of cancer combined.
NICaS can help reduce hospitalization and readmission rates. This technology can assist in the assessment and management of CHF patients in various settings.
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