BOSTON  |  MAY 17-19, 2024

Precision in practice.

The Zio® service helps you accomplish your program goals by delivering clinical accuracy while reducing the cost of care1-5. The service is comprised of:

  • A single-use monitor that patients prefer, with 99% patient compliance6
  • Advanced AI in cardiac monitoring7
  • A curated patient report, built by Certified Cardiographic Technicians, with 99% physician agreement8


Join us at HRS 2024 in Booth #1415 and speak with our team.

HRS 2024 Exhibit Hours:
Friday, May 17, 10:00 a.m . – 5:30 p.m. 
Saturday, May 18, 9:00 a.m. – 5: 00 p.m.
Sunday, May 19, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 

Rhythm Theater Event
HRS.24 Abstract Presentation
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Learn from the Experts

Sunday, May 19th  | 9:15 - 10:15 a.m.  | Rhythm Theater #1- Exhibit Hall 

Contemporary Challenges in Arrhythmia Monitoring and Management: From AF to VT 


Join us for a clinical case-based discussion debating the difficult management of "Grey Zone" AF patients. Presenters will summarize recent findings in the SCAF and Asymptomatic AF patient population, address diagnostic limitations, and share personal approaches and challenges for management of their patients. 



Portrait of Suneet Mittal
Landscape of Cardiac Rhythm Monitoring | Not All Monitoring is the Same: Impact of Ambulatory Device Selection on Diagnostic and Clinical Outcomes. 

Suneet Mittal, MD,  FACC, FHRS  

Chair, CV Service Line and Director, Electrophysiology
Valley Health System

Kevin L. Thomas, MD FHRS, FACC 

Vice Dean for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion 
Duke University School of Medicine 
Associate Professor of Medicine 
Bill Finlay McIntyre BSc, MD, PhD FRCPC

Bill Finlay McIntyre BSc, MD, PhD, FRCPC

McMaster University
Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine 
Scientist - Population Health Research Institute

HRS24 attendee badge required for entrance.

Disclaimer: This program is not part of Heart Rhythm 2024 as planned by the Heart Rhythm Program Committee. This event is neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Heart Rhythm Society. This event does not qualify for accredited continuing education (ACE) credit.

Abstract Presentation

Sunday, May 19 | 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.  | Presentation #PO-06-099 
Matt Reynolds, MD, MSc, Director, Economics and Quality of Life Research, Baim Institute for Clinical Research

Trends and variation in use of ambulatory cardiac monitoring modalities in the United States from 2017-2022

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 Zio Service and Clinical Evidence



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1. 99% of physicians agree with the comprehensive final patient report. Based on a review of all online Zio XT and AT final patient reports. Data on file. iRhythm Technologies, 2021.

2. Reynolds et al. Comparative effectiveness of ambulatory monitors for arrhythmia diagnosis: A retrospective analysis of Medicare beneficiaries managed with ambulatory cardiac monitors between 2017 and 2019. Accepted for ACC.23 presentation, presented at New Orleans, LA.

3. Specified arrhythmias defined by Hierarchical Condition Categories (HCC) 96.

4. Based on previous generation Zio XT device data. Zio monitor utilizes the same operating principles and ECG algorithm.Additionaldata on file.

5. Zio LTCM service refers to Zio XT and Zio monitor service.


6. Data on file. iRhythm Technologies, 2022


7. Over 4 million patient records, over 1 billion hours of heart rhythm data, 34 layer deep neural network.


Data on file. iRhythm Technologies, 2022.


Hannun, AY. et al. Cardiologist-level arrhythmia detection and classification in ambulatory electrocardiograms using a deep neural network. Nature Medicine, 2019.


FDA 510K clearance and UKCA mark.


Deep learned algorithm is only available in the United States.

8. 99% of physicians agree with the comprehensive final patient report. Based on a review of all online Zio XT and AT final patient reports. Data on file. iRhythm Technologies, 2021.