Early detection of heart arrhythmias.

The Know Your Rhythm™ screening program helps you determine your risk of AFib or other arrhythmias by monitoring for irregular heartbeats. Get the answers you need, from the comfort of home.

Why screen your heart?

Irregular heart rhythms are alarmingly common, especially among people over 65.1 And yet, many who experience this don’t even feel symptoms – or may feel something, but haven't told their doctor.2 Arrhythmias are a leading cause of stroke and increase the risk of other serious outcomes.3

The good news is modern medicine offers proactive treatment for individuals with arrhythmias, and even simple changes to your lifestyle can significantly reduce the risks.1

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Why screen your heart?

Irregular heart rhythms are alarmingly common, especially among people over 65.1 And yet, many who experience this don’t even feel symptoms – or may feel something, but haven't told their doctor.2 Arrhythmias are a leading cause of stroke and increase the risk of other serious outcomes.3

The good news is modern medicine offers proactive treatment for individuals with arrhythmias, and even simple changes to your lifestyle can significantly reduce the risks.1

A third of all AFib is asymptomatic at time of diagnosis2
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The risk of stroke is 5x greater with AFib3
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The risk of heart failure is 11x greater for women who have AFib4
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The risk of heart failure is 3x greater for men who have AFib4

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Easy-to-wear
cardiac monitoring.

Know Your Rhythm is powered by the industry-leading Zio XT, a small, discreet, comfortable heart monitor that allows you to continue normal activities including moderate exercise and showering. Zio XT records every single heartbeat, day and night over a 14-day period, so you and your doctor can get an accurate diagnosis and treat your irregular heart rhythm quickly.
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How does it work?

Simply enroll online and receive a Zio patch shipped directly to your home at no cost to you.
Apply the patch and wear it for 14 days. When you’re done, mail it back using the prepaid shipping box.
Our industry-leading technology and expert cardiologists will analyze your heartbeat data to discover their rhythm so you can get back to what matters most.

The details.

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Heart screening can save your life.5
Once you Know Your Rhythm, you can take steps that will allow you to continue living the life you want to live.
How do I sign up?
Know Your Rhythm is offered by some Medicare Advantage health plans and healthcare providers. Contact your health plan or primary care provider to see if it’s available to you.
How much does it cost?
If the Know Your Rhythm program is available through your Medicare Advantage Plan or healthcare provider, it will most often be covered at no cost to you.
Screening saves lives and health care dollars.
Fewer ED visits, reduced hospital admissions, and reduced adverse cardiac outcomes (stroke, MI, systemic embolism and death).5
Improved member satisfaction, growth, and retention.
Set a new in standard in Medicare Advantage excellence by adding Know Your Rhythm as a supplemental benefit.
Proactive screening is the future of cardiac care.
Implement a new care pathway for early detection of life-threatening arrhythmias.
Improve healthcare resource utilization (HCRU) and outcomes.
Improved population health and a positive net financial impact for your capitated lives.

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Want to learn more?

Let’s talk and see if the Know Your Rhythm screening program is right for your organization.
  1. ACTIVE-AF late breaking research presented at the European Society of Cardiology, August 2021.
  2. Lin, H. et al. Newly diagnosed atrial fibrillation and acute stroke. The Framingham Study. Stroke, 1995.
  3. Benjamin, et al. Heart disease and stroke statistics—2019 update: a report from the American Heart Association. Circulation, 2019.
  4. New England Journal of Medicine, February 2021.
  5. Steinhubl, S. et al. AHA Scientific Sessions. November 2020.