Repeat after me: My dad is a big chef.
Speaking that short sentence and a few others like it into a smartphone once a day helps identify deteriorating heart failure patients at risk of declining, Cordio Medical CEO Tamir Tal said.
Israel-based Cordio developed its software as a medical device (SaMD) product, the artificial intelligence (AI) voice app HearO, after a cardiologist noticed he could hear congestion in a declining patient’s voice. HearO compares a patient’s voice against baseline recordings to detect lung fluid build-up and alert their care team.
“The holy grail of the entire [heart failure] monitoring industry…