MCOT — Mobile Cardiac Outpatient Telemetry

Superior cardiac data
that's right on time

MCOT delivers superior detection

Patients with arrhythmias need timely diagnosis and effective treatment. Treatment delays can compromise outcomes, but near–real-time monitoring with urgent and emergent notifications helps you reach an accurate diagnosis quickly.


Mobile Cardiac
Outpatient Telemetry

MCOT compared
to Zio AT®

Mobile Cardiac
Outpatient Telemetry


MCOT, powered by its unique SmartDetectAI algorithm, accelerates delivery of clinically smart cardiac care with high-quality actionable reports that enable you to diagnose and treat arrhythmias quickly and confidently.

Superior detection and cardiac monitoring insights delivered when you need them

Superior reports based on superior detection

MCOT end-of service
summary report overview

Every report—including urgent/emergent, daily, and end-of-service reports—is reviewed by our certified techs to ensure that you are getting the highest-quality cardiac data.

Find and treat more arrhythmias — 12% of MCOT patients required a surgical procedure³

The complementary combination of SmartDetectAI and our cardiac technicians is something you won’t find anywhere else. The superior detection and precision of the MCOT SmartDetectAI algorithm provides better data to diagnose with confidence.

Frequently Asked Questions
Physicians prescribe our services to assist in diagnosing certain heart arrhythmias.  Often time’s arrhythmias are not detected during routine ECG testing in the physician office.  Our devices allow you to go about your normal activities while data is being collected. Your physician can use this data to aide in diagnosing you.
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1. Based on MIT-BIH (Massachusetts Institute of Technology-Beth Israel Hospital) Arrhythmia Database testing of ≥30-second AF episodes. (FDA 510k submission)
2. Philips BioTel Heart. Data on file.
3. First experience with a Mobile Cardiac Outpatient Telemetry (MCOT) system for the diagnosis and management of cardiac arrhythmia, Joshi, Ajay K. et al., American Journal of Cardiology, Volume 95, Issue 7, 878-881, DOI: