For Patients 2017-09-13T14:43:34+00:00

Better heart health with everbeat

The everbeat platform is a mobile health management system that drives better heart health through an easy-to-use wearable device and mobile app.

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The everbeat platform

The everbeat system includes an interactive wearable monitoring wristband that connects to the user’s smartphone, and associated mobile app, via Bluetooth.

Easy-to-wear and integrate into everyday life, everbeat provides active heart monitoring and allows the user to record ECGs that can be shared simply and securely with the user’s doctor and caregiver.

How It Works

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Patient Experience

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Key features

  • ECG recording

  • Continuous heart rate monitoring

  • Active atrial fibrillation alerting

  • Reminders for medication, meals, and appointments

  • Activity monitoring

  • Optional connection to caregiver and/or doctor to share data and activity

ECG

The everbeat platform’s unique, active atrial fibrillation alert monitors activity along with heart rate, and alerts the user when possible atrial fibrillation is detected.

About Atrial Fibrillation

Millions of people have been diagnosed with atrial fibrillation, and hundreds of thousands are newly diagnosed each year. Left untreated, atrial fibrillation can lead to life-altering or life-threatening strokes or blood clots. The everbeat platform helps you and your doctor manage your disease more effectively.

On-going patient health

The everbeat platform captures ongoing patient health between doctor visits providing the doctor with more complete heart rate, activity and behavioral data, leading to better care and outcomes.

An everbeat subscription includes an option for third-party clinical reviews of ECG data, providing peace of mind to the patient.

Developed by cardiologists

The everbeat platform was developed by cardiologists for cardiologists who recognized the need to help cardiac patients better adhere to their care plan and monitor their condition at home between doctor visits.

A Wearable ECG

Through a wearable wrist-band and smartphone app, everbeat provides active real-time heart interval monitoring and allows the user to record a clinical-grade single-lead ECG that can be shared with doctors and caregivers easily and securely.

Continuous Heart Rate Monitoring

The everbeat platform will periodically check your heart rate using its optical PPG sensor. If your heart rate is normal, everbeat goes back to sleep. If not, everbeat will prompt you to record your ECG.

The Aging Population

Older Americans, especially younger baby boomers, are increasingly comfortable with smart phones. Over half of adults over age 50, and 73% of adults 50-59 own a smartphone. (Source Credit: AARP Research)

Clinically Validated and FDA Approved

The everbeat platform will be clinically validated and FDA approved.

The CDC estimates that between 2.7–6.1 million people in the United States have atrial fibrillation, and the number of impacted people is expected to increase as the population ages.

If not managed, Atrial Fibrillation can lead to blood clots and strokes. The everbeat platform empowers patients to take control of their health and daily care.

Through reminders, monitoring, and connection to their doctor and caregiver, the everbeat platform helps patients adhere to their care plan, connecting every day decisions and actions to long-term health.

Holter monitors, and other common solutions for cardiac remote monitoring, are designed for short-term, diagnostic use and are often uncomfortable and difficult to use. everbeat complements these short-term products, by offering long-term care and monitoring solutions for the patient, doctor, and caregiver.

everbeat founders have themselves been caregivers for loved ones and have been frustrated with the lack of easy-to-use tools available to patients and caregivers of those with chronic health conditions.

everbeat was developed by cardiologists to provide patients a tool to manage and monitor their heart condition at home.