iRhythm launches iOS app for its cardiac patients, but it doesn't connect to its wearable

Posted by iRhythm Technologies on November 18, 2015
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iRhythm Technologies, maker of the Zio peel-and-stick wearable heart monitor, has launched a patient-facing companion app on iOS, called myZio, as well as a website, called myZio.com. The app and website allow wearers to track additional health data. They don't display data collected by the Zio patch.

These are the first patient-facing data offerings that the company, which commercially launched Zio in 2011, has released. The wearable itself has no connectivity -- it stores the data it collects locally on the device and is downloaded once the wearer mails the device back to the company.

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