Sparking Transformation in Healthcare

egnite is a company with a vision:
to identify and improve outcomes for every cardiovascular patient in the U.S.

Sparking Transformation in Healthcare

egnite is a company with a vision:
to identify and improve outcomes for every cardiovascular patient in the U.S.

The Challenge   

Gaps in Care Can Lead to Delays in Treatment

Using Big Data to Solve Big Problems   

Advancing the Cardiovascular Health of Our Society

egnite is a digital health company leveraging artificial intelligence-driven algorithms and big data to produce business intelligence for healthcare, elevating the role of data in critical decisions. 

Our Work   

Groundbreaking New Data from the Largest Contemporary Analysis of Valvular Heart Disease Prevalence

Aligned with egnite’s mission to close gaps in structural heart patient care, egnite sponsored a study analyzing over 929,000 de-identified echocardiograms from 35 heart programs to further understand the prevalence of VHD in the U.S.

Brennan JM, Petrescu M, McCarthy P, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2022;79(9_Suppl):1723.

Testimonials

Leading hospitals partner with egnite’s CardioCare platform to reduce variability in care and improve guideline-directed therapy for patients with cardiovascular disease.

Implementing CardioCare has been a powerful win-win; it’s been a win for our hospital, for our program and for our echo labs, but really, it’s been a win for our patients.
Dr. Maddie Petrescu
Director, Echocardiography Laboratory Swedish Heart and Vascular
Swedish Medical Center
This is the first time in my career I've been able to see this type of information for my program. There is always opportunity to improve, even at academic medical institutions. CardioCare is not just a platform; it's a program that can demonstrate value for structural heart programs at every level.
Dr. Rahul Sharma
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Stanford University
Director of Structural Interventions, Stanford Health Care
CardioCare’s advanced technology provides a data-driven approach to assessing our structural heart patient population, helping us identify patients at risk and provide the care they need throughout the Northwestern Medicine system.
Dr. Patrick McCarthy
Executive Director, Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute
Vice President Northwestern Medical Group Chief, Division of Cardiac Surgery

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