Caption Care

Turnkey, end-to-end echo program

Caption Care delivers convenient, cost-effective echocardiograms in any care setting to identify heart disease earlier—before undiagnosed issues become serious.



Patients are identified for Caption echos based on presentation of symptoms or risk factors and engaged to schedule an exam.

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Caption-trained healthcare workers perform echos in accessible care settings and upload images for clinical read by a network of board-certified cardiologists.

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Clinical report determines disease staging and informs care plan development, with options for additional care management support through our partners.

Transform the heart disease patient journey  

Current journey

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Patient experiences
acute event 

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ambulance ride

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Patient admitted to ED and waits for an echo

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inpatient stay

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New journey with Caption Care

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Echo scheduled
for at-risk patient

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Echo performed in convenient location, including the home

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Cardiologist generates actionable clinical report

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Patient receives the right care prior to an acute event

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Money, time
& lives saved

Scalable service offerings for your population health needs   

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Heart Wellness
Early Disease Detection

Caption echo exams for early intervention and risk stratification of patients with Stage A risk factors, such as hypertension or diabetes.

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Heart Insights
Ambulatory Provider

Alternative to traditional echo setting for patients presenting with non-urgent symptoms, such as unexplained shortness of breath or non-acute chest pain. 

Let’s put an end to reactive healthcare 


Asymptomatic (Stage B) heart failure has a prevalence of 30%+ in the 55+ population


Misdiagnosis of heart failure ranges from 16% in hospital settings to 69% in primary care settings2


For heart failure patients diagnosed in acute care settings, 46% had potential symptoms in the prior 6 months3

Elevate standard of care and meet cardiac screening and monitoring guidelines across disease states

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2022 AHA/ACC/HFSA Guideline for the Management of Heart Failure 

Recommends echocardiography as the preferred initial imaging modality for evaluation of patients with suspected heart failure. 

2010 ACCF/AHA Guideline for Assessment of Cardiovascular Risk in Asymptomatic Adults 

Recommends echocardiography for cardiovascular risk assessment in asymptomatic adults with hypertension. 

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Heart Failure: An Underappreciated Complication of Diabetes. A Consensus Report of the American Diabetes Association

Recommends echocardiography for evaluation of patients with suspected or proven heart failure as part of a stepwise approach for screening and diagnosis of heart failure across stages.

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2022 ESC Guidelines on cardio-oncology developed in collaboration with the EHA, ESTRO and IC-OS

Recommends echocardiography as the first-line modality for assessment of cardiac function in patients with cancer, plus baseline echocardiogram in all patients with cancer at high/very high risk of cardiotoxicity before starting anticancer therapy.

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K/DOQI Clinical Practice Guidelines for Cardiovascular Disease in Dialysis Patients 

Recommends echocardiograms be performed in all patients at the initiation of dialysis, regardless of symptoms; within 1–3 months of dialysis initiation (once patients have achieved dry weight); and at 3-year intervals thereafter.

1. Shah AM, Claggett B, Loehr LR, et al. Heart Failure Stages Among Older Adults in the Community: The Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study. Circulation. 2017;135(3):224-240. doi:10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.116.023361

2. Wong CW, Tafuro J, Azam Z, et al. Misdiagnosis of Heart Failure: A Systematic Review of the Literature. J Card Fail. 2021;27(9):925-933. doi:10.1016/j.cardfail.2021.05.014

3. Sandhu AT, Tisdale RL, Rodriguez F, et al. Disparity in the Setting of Incident Heart Failure Diagnosis. Circ Heart Fail. 2021;14(8):e008538. doi:10.1161/CIRCHEARTFAILURE.121.008538

Proactively detect and manage heart disease in patient-centered care settings, including the home.