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Why We Are Different

There are several companies, including ours, that are trying to address atrial fibrillation. We believe we have a better solution – everbeat checks your heart health throughout the day and prompts you to take your ECG only when there seems to be a problem. No need to wonder when to take your ECG, and then look for another device. The everbeat wristwatch monitors you all day long and alerts you of a potential problem. Then, you record your ECG right on the watch. If everbeat doesn’t sense a problem, you can have peace of mind.

We believe we are different because we are comprehensive and continuous. We are comprehensive because we capture all of the important factors involved in heart health, not just the ECG. Weight, activity, medication compliance, diet, blood pressure all matter.

We are continuous because you don’t have to remember to record an ECG or take one just when you feel a problem coming on. Our unique approach combines a PPG sensor that checks your heart rate every few minutes and tells you if there might be a problem so you can record your ECG. This approach gives you peace of mind if everything is fine, but is vigilant to detect a potential atrial fibrillation event early.

We have learned a lot in the years we have been working on cardiac healthcare. We have tried to focus on the process of managing atrial fibrillation. We think about how to make it easy for the patient to be better engaged in their care.

We think about how to make the process better for the already-overworked cardiologist and their overworked office staff. We think about how to have proper incentives for doctors to prescribe everbeat instead of implanting loop recorders.

We think about how to make using everbeat fun and rewarding for patients, so they stay engaged. Will improving their everbeat heart health score motivate them to check their weight every week? How about if we donate our platform to indigent cardiac patients if the entire community records 1,000 ECG? We are looking forward to hearing more from our patients about how we can improve our platform in ways that help everyone.