According to a recent study published in JAMA Internal Medicine, only 54% of all 12-lead ECG interpretations are accurate on average across all training levels, where cardiologist scored 75% on average. This severely impacts the uncertainty for patients and physicians, directly affects diagnostics and therefore additional, more expensive and time consuming diagnostics is performed (MRI/CT/Echo). The results presented in this study further endorse the mission of ECG Excellende: There is more to see in the ECG!. Our solutions move beyond increasing and improving manual ECG interpretation skills from training. Through the application of latest digital twin techniques to further aid physicians during ECG interpretation and improved 3D camera guided (re)placement of ECG electrodes for longitudinal ECG monitoring, the diagnostic value of the ECG is further enhanced. Enabling future options to bring the 12 lead ECG to the GP and/or community hub level.