Eko’s device, Core, hooks on to an analog stethoscope, records the sound and sends that data to an app via Bluetooth so that clinicians can visualize, record and analyze that data. These providers can use an app or web portal to attach the heart data to certain electronic health records. Currently, only one electronic health record platform is integrated with Eko; users can send their data to providers using drchrono’s electronic health record. Developers are working on building integrations with other electronic health records as well. The original article can be read on mobihealthnews.