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Company’s growing data ecosystem supports the development of large data models for its future predictive technologies and Cardiac AI cloud platform

  • Company has analyzed over 360 Billion heartbeats and helped diagnose over 200,000 patients
  • Company is now focused on building predictive AI models to support earlier diagnoses and interventions
  • Existing technologies are used in 500+ centers across the United States

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Jan 23, 2024 (ACCESSWIRE)Biotricity Inc. (NASDAQ:BTCY) (“Biotricity” or the “Company”), a leading medical diagnostic and consumer healthcare technology company, today announced the expanding development of its future Cardiac AI Cloud platform. The new platform is focused on predictive monitoring to help assist physicians and users to identify issues before they occur, supporting earlier interventions, reducing readmissions, and lowering healthcare costs. Biotricity’s product portfolio is already one of the most comprehensive remote cardiac monitoring portfolios globally. This expansion will further enhance its existing products while providing additional advantages such as:

  • Predictive capabilities
  • Faster analytical results
  • Improved scalability
  • Improved operational efficiency
  • Support for other commercial models
  • Automated analysis to support physicians

Biotricity’s goal is to develop one the most comprehensive Cardiac AI Cloud platforms. The company has been analyzing and establishing large datasets of heartbeats for the past couple of years to build predictive cardiac AI models for improved diagnoses and faster interventions. The resulting models will help develop more accurate analyses and improved operational efficiency, supporting physicians better and diagnosing more patients with the same resources.

AI and predictive models are difficult to build due to the large datasets needed to support accuracy. Biotricity has been focused on developing large datasets for years. The company’s decision to build a 3-channel diagnostic platform as opposed to a 1 or 2 channel platform was a direct result of this focus. Accuracy is difficult to achieve as cardiac issues are notoriously problematic to identify due to their intermittent nature, thus needing long term continuous data for diagnosing.

Long term data collection requires an ambulatory setting with users going about their lives. Ambulatory monitoring is synonymous with noisy data due to mobility, making diagnosis difficult, let alone prediction. To move into predictive monitoring, large data models are needed to overcome the intermittent nature of cardiac issues and the noisy data arising from ambulatory monitoring. AI models built on large ambulatory datasets have the potential to move from delayed diagnoses to instantaneous and predictive diagnoses.

Dr. Waqaas Al-Siddiq, Biotricity Founder and CEO, commented, “Our efforts to build a comprehensive Cardiac AI Cloud is the first step in making cardiac care not only accessible but also affordable and scalable. Today, Cardiologists are overwhelmed with too many patients and too much data, making it difficult for them to service more patients. An accurate cardiac cloud will provide the necessary support and assistance to cardiologists so that they can service more patients and focus on the most relevant pieces of data.”

Biotricity has already developed leading edge cardiac technologies that have been deployed commercially with industry leading efficiency. Scalability and accessibility in a market where there is a shortage of healthcare professionals requires smart technologies to help support healthcare professionals to service more patients while improving the quality of care.

To learn more about the groundbreaking solutions in cardiac care that Biotricity has developed, visit

About Biotricity Inc.

Biotricity is reforming the healthcare market by bridging the gap in remote monitoring and chronic care management. Doctors and patients trust Biotricity’s unparalleled standard for preventive & personal care, including diagnostic and post-diagnostic solutions for chronic conditions. The company develops comprehensive remote health monitoring solutions for the medical and consumer markets. To learn more, visit

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