Q&A: Cardiogram’s Ballinger on using the Apple Watch to track heart rate

September 16, 2016Share this content: The Cardiogram Apple Watch app automatically shows a user’s most recent heart rate and doesn’t require the use of a phone camera. Cardiogram, a heart-rate tracking app, is leveraging the wearable Apple Watch to make it easier to measure for patients with heart conditions to track their cardiovascular health without the use of a phone camera and having to manually refresh the app, which updates at least 50 times a day. The app is enabled by the Apple HealthKit and is is being used by patients with sleep apnea, atrial fibrillation, and diabetes. Cardiogram co-founder Brandon Ballingner talks about the app, who’s using it, and how the company is educating patients and healthcare providers about artificial intelligence 1. MM&M: How many users does Cardiogram currently…


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