You might look into the pharmaceutical industry and contract research organizations. You're not going to make $80K right out of the gate but $50K is not unreasonable. An experienced CRA (clinical research associate - essentially someone who oversees clinical trials) can pull in $100K in some markets. Data analysis and regulatory writing are other possibilities.
Haha okay good to hear! I have an irrational/immature dislike of "big pharma" that it sounds like I'll need to get over soon...
What do you mean by electrophysiology monitoring? I have some experience with ECG/impedance cardiography/EDA so in theory that sounds like a great fit. From quick googling I'm just seeing a lot of cardiac electrophysiological techs though, which looks like a specialized 2 year degree. When you say medical device/emr do you mean sales? Or research/development?
Keep in mind that you will need more schooling/certification if you want to treat/diagnose or administer any tests in health care (well, legally anyway). There are some states that are less restrictive and have more nonchalant laws re: licensing and administration. However, I think it will continue to get more restrictive across the board.