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Having difficulty taking an ECG?2020-06-01T15:10:33-04:00

Make sure that the metal contact on the underside of the watch is firmly pressed against your skin. Sometimes it helps to wet that area of skin in order to get a better signal.

If you keep getting an error message about poor signal, please try closing all of your other apps and try again.

What is everbeat?2017-08-30T12:05:19-04:00

EVERBEAT is a sustainable lifestyle mobile technology solution that gives patients control of their daily cardiac health care.

What problem does everbeat solve?2017-08-30T12:05:29-04:00

Everbeat is leading the advancement of poor chronic heart disease management. 

Did you know?

  • Heart disease is the #1 cause of death in the United States (800,000 / year)
  • The current system is broken! Heart care is reactive and event-driven, not proactive
  • Patients with heart disease are not following their cardiologists’ care plans, and ending up in the emergency room, costing tens of thousands of dollars and leading to much worse outcomes
  • Critical gap that we address: driving healthful patient behavior between doctors visits

How does everbeat help heart-disease patients manage their health?2017-08-30T12:05:41-04:00

Everbeat fills the gap of poor health management with a consumer-friendly, continuous monitoring platform for heart disease patients.

  • Designed by cardiologists, EVERBEAT operationalizes and streamlines a patient’s care plan and gives the patient the ability to “hold up their end of the bargain”, every day
  • Our initial focus is on the ~3M US patients diagnosed with atrial fibrillation (AFib) – helping them and their caregivers closely manage their heart health
  • These patients, and the roughly equal number who have AFib but have not yet been diagnosed, are at high risk for stroke and costly hospitalization