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:

Arrhythmia increases

risk of death
by 2x
1

33.5M people
worldwide have an arrhythmia2

Heart disease costs
$219 Billion
in u.s healthcare costs3

The Diagnosis Gap

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

Lack of<br>Timely Diagnosis

Lack of
Timely Diagnosis

Delayed patient data
increases response time and
prevents prompt clinical
intervention.

Multiple, <br>Cumbersome Devices

Multiple,
Cumbersome Devices

Patient compliance is negatively impacted by multiple devices, chargers, sensors and device connections.

Complex <br>Treatment Pathway

Complex
Treatment Pathway

Lack of direct access to care, without an office visit, can unnecessarily delay treatment.

Better Arrhythmia Detection

Introducing RhythmStar, the only wearable cardiac monitor with built-in cellular connectivity that continuously and discreetly connects patients and clinicians for improved patient care.