The Need for Arrhythmia Detection

Heart arrhythmias are a major U.S. health concern, with the potential to be life-threatening and expensive to treat

4.3M Americans
have an arrhythmia1

Which equals
$67 Billion
in direct healthcare costs1

Atrial fibrillation,
the most common arrhythmia,

afflicts over
2.7M Americans

and increases the risk for heart disease and stroke2

The Diagnosis Gap

While mobile cardiac monitoring improves arrhythmia detection and patient outcomes, several inefficiencies remain

Cumbersome Devices & Poor Patient Support

Cumbersome Devices & Poor Patient Support

Patient usage is negatively impacted by multiple, heavy devices and inadequate customer support.
Inefficient Treatment Pathway

Inefficient Treatment Pathway

Multiple monitoring devices and numerous office visits can cause patient confusion and unnecessary delays.
Poor Data Transparency

Poor Data Transparency

Restricted access to patient data reduces clinician response time and may impact treat time.

Better Arrhythmia Detection

Today there is a revolutionary, integrated arrhythmia detection solution that maximizes patient compliance and reduces the time to diagnosis.

About Rhythmstar


Tang, DH, Gilligan, AM & Romero, K Appl Health Econ Health Policy (2014) 12: 59. doi:10.1007/s40258-013-0070-9


CDC Atrial Fibrillation Fact Sheet.. Accessed 9/13/16