For the Physician


QRS recognizes you, a primary care physician, must uphold quality while managing costs. To cover practice overhead and maintain incomes, you strive to see more patients per day. If you could readily and effectively perform more diagnostic tests in your own offices, you could maximize the value of office visits, improve quality, and enhance convenience for your patients. You could reduce costs and increase your share of revenues by performing the diagnostic tests for your patients, instead of always referring them to specialists. Instant access to test results also enables you to communicate more effectively with specialists when you do refer your patients for a consultation.

However, you still do not perform diagnostic procedures such as spirometry, electrocardiography, holter/event monitoring or ambulatory blood pressure monitoring in your clinic. Why? Most medical devices are not designed for primary care physicians – they are cumbersome, complex and costly.

QRS uses innovative technology to design and develop medical devices that streamline and simplify the collection, interpretation and communication of precise physiological data. QRS enables you to cost-effectively practice high-tech medicine while delivering the accuracy that specialists and hospitals demand. QRS focuses on your unmet needs while offering cost-effective device alternatives for hospitals as well as specialists.

Portability, as well as affordability, is a QRS advantage. In your office/clinic it is often impossible, impractical and/or too costly to maintain dedicated procedure rooms for bulky, stand-alone diagnostic testing machines. You can carry QRS devices in your lab coat pockets from room to room or site to site. Because they are software-based, QRS devices are both mobile and easily upgradeable, which reduces long-term device costs. QRS also eliminates the need to purchase and support separate, stand-alone machines for different diagnostic procedures – a single desktop, laptop or tablet computer can support all QRS devices.