The everbeat system is a continuous remote monitoring platform for arrhythmia patients that drives better heart health through extended, active heart monitoring and ECG metrics as well as tools that enable patients to adhere to their care plans.
Optional connection to caregiver and/or doctor to share data and activity
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.
The everbeat platform drives improved patient engagement and adherence to their care plan through reminders, monitoring, and connection to their doctor and caregiver all in one, simple-to-use mobile app.
Billable Clinical Reviews
Patients can send ECGs for billable clinical reviews, providing peace of mind to the patient without unnecessary office visits and fewer false positives.
Active Alerting Engine
The everbeat platform has a unique, active alerting engine which monitors activity in conjunction with heart rate, and alerts the patient when possible atrial fibrillation is detected, prompting the user to record an ECG.
Cardiologists can use everbeat with their patients to get a more comprehensive view of their heart health and behaviors between routine office visits.
A Long-Term Solution
Unlike traditional Holter monitors, designed for short-term, diagnostic use and often cumbersome for patients, everbeat offers a long-term care and monitoring solution that is easy to incorporate into everyday life.
The CDC estimates that between 2.7–6.1 million people in the United States have AFib, and the number of impacted people is expected to increase as the population ages.
Monitoring patients’ symptoms and adherence to a care plan is traditionally only possible at periodic doctor visits, and is reliant on the patients’ memory or manual record-keeping. Doctors can now get a comprehensive picture of patients’ ongoing heart health and behavior through everbeat.
everbeat empowers patients to take control of their health and daily care, and is easy to incorporate into everyday life.
Cardiologists are busier than ever and they are looking to increase practice efficiency and save time by reducing routine office visits and unnecessary phone calls.