MCOT — Mobile Cardiac Outpatient Telemetry

Superior cardiac data
that's right on time

Philips Mobile Cardiac Telemetry- MCOT

Patients with arrhythmias need timely diagnosis and effective treatment. Treatment delays can compromise outcomes, but urgent and emergent notifications help you reach an accurate diagnosis quickly.


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.

MCOT Case Study

Erlanger Health System

Superior detection and cardiac monitoring insights delivered when you need them

Go beyond superior detection with high-quality, actionable reports

Notifications of urgent and emergent events—with full disclosure—provide the clinical insights you need to accelerate diagnosis and treatment. Our cardiac technicians* review findings to ensure that you receive the most accurate and actionable reports possible.

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.

MCOT offers multiple wear options to suit patients’ needs

Simple and easy for
practices and patients

Touchscreen operation, multiple language options, and a built-in patient diary on the monitor add up to a remote cardiac monitoring solution that’s easy to live with—throughout the entire monitoring duration.

† Individual patch can be worn for a maximum of 5 days before replacement.

MCOT makes cardiac monitoring easier

Simple for your practice

MCOT makes patient enrollment and setup simple for your practice. Telehealth option frees staff time by providing 24/7 patient support, online educational videos and home-delivery within days of prescription order.

Patients are well connected 24/7:

Multi-channel patient engagement program delivers timely notifications to keep patients informed throughout every phase of their monitoring period.

Clinical Pathways

Extending diagnostics, monitoring and patient management from your hospital or office to your patient’s home.

FAQ for Patients
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.

Yes, we encourage you to wear the monitor as much as possible, even while exercising. Please note our monitors should not be worn while participating in water activities such as swimming or surfing.

Yes you are able to travel with all of our devices. If you are flying, remove the monitoring system and pack it in your carry-on luggage, reconnect once you land.

You are encouraged to wear the monitor at all times. The more you wear the monitor, the more information will be presented to your physician for accurate diagnosis. However, most of our monitors need to be removed while bathing or participating in water activities.

No, depending on which monitor you are prescribed you may receive alerts regarding technical maintenance, i.e. charge battery, wire off, etc. However, any alerts or noises made by the monitor will never be related to your heart rhythms.

The monitoring center will contact you only if a specific request is made by your physician.

Our services are covered by a majority of insurance providers. Your insurance will be billed and you will be responsible for your portion based on your Explanation of Benefits from your insurance.

You can email us at billing-questions@gobio.com and we can provide you with an estimated out of pocket cost or provide you with the necessary information to contact your insurance for your estimated responsibility.

Please be sure to include your First and Last Name, and Date of Birth in the email to us.

No. Our services are billed as a flat rate and are not based on the number of days that it is worn. We encourage all patients to wear the device for the full monitoring period as ordered by your physician. If you are experiencing any issues during your monitoring period, please reach out to our Customer Service Department for assistance.

Due to the various services we provide it is best to refer directly to your bill to determine where and how to send a payment.

We can provide you, or another physician, copies of your reports upon completion of service with your consent. To receive copies of your reports, email CustomerService@gobio.com. Include your name, date of birth, and service date, Customer Service will send you an Authorization for Release. Complete and return as directed on the form. Reports should arrive within 7-10 business days.

If your device was returned via the US Postal service it can take up to three weeks to reach our distribution center. This sometimes leads us to call you to return the device when it is already in transit. If you continue to receive calls requesting you to return your device, please email Deviceretrieval@gobio.com and include your name, date of birth, and the date you shipped the device back.

Email CustomerService@gobio.com, include your name, date of birth and shipping address. If the item needs to be returned Customer Service will send you a return mailer to ship the item.

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:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.amjcard.2004.12.015PlumXMetrics.