Mortara Instruments was founded by David W. Mortara, PhD back in 1982. Mortara Instrument is now Welch Allyn which are both now owned by HillRom. has evolved over decades to be a successful company in the ambulatory cardiac monitoring industry with a low cost device that is simple in use. Mortara Instrument has created several generations of quality ECG monitoring devices and analysis programs for today’s health care market place.
Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Mortara success has lead to expansion to include international locations in Australia, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. Mortara has evolved to be a well known U.S name for Holter Monitoring overseas.
Competitive Advantage in Holter Monitoring
Mortara defines their Holter Monitoring technology as low cost offering flexibility with integration of its product line to a variety of IT solutions. Mortara is known in the industry for its clinical strength as many academic & research institutions utilize Mortara Holter Monitoring products. Further, Mortara is an OEM with several successful reseller / service providers using their Holter Monitoring Products.
Holter Device Technology
The Vision™ series Holter Monitoring product offers several enhancements to deliver a more ‘accurate and thorough’ Holter analysis. Mortara touts that they comply with the American Heart Association (AHA) & Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) standardized databases reflecting their Vision Premier software to be 99.95% accurate for classifying normal beats and 99.61% accurate for classifying abnormal beats. Mortara leverages their standard HL7 interface to enable communication between Vision Premier and various EMR and HIS information systems. Advanced analysis tools such as superimposition help accurately classify and quantify cardiac arrhythmias.
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Mortara devices are FDA, CE™ & ISO 13485 certified.
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