How Does it Work?

SHL equips its users with a Telemedicine device to transmit a complete ECG, which is easy to use allowing them to send their ECG transmission within seconds to SHL’s telemedicine center.

SHL’s medical monitoring center operates around the clock, 24 hours a day and 365 days a year and is staffed by an experienced medical team including physicians and nurses that were specifically trained in Telemedicine.The medical team is capable of remotely evaluating the medical data, knows how to read the ECG data and provides immediate and relevant medical assistance at any given moment.

For each user an  personal health record is created, which is automatically updated with each new incoming ECG transmission and which includes the relevant medical history and up to date information on the user’s current state of health by continuously comparing the data with past medical events and the baseline ECG measurement. The personal health record is available via secure Internet access and is accessible to the user and to physicians that have been authorized by the user.