Vector offers software solutions to help healthcare teams remotely monitor patients with implanted heart devices. The platform allows doctors prioritise the patients most in need of attention and empowers patients to reach their health goals.
Millions of people around the world have an implanted cardiac device. They provide a unique opportunity to monitor patients continuously and detect possible deterioration to intervene as early as possible. However, remote monitoring has been slow to take hold partially due to it requiring many software solutions.
Remotely monitoring implanted cardiac devices can ensure that patients receive the help they need. It also saves time on unnecessary in-person check-ups. During Covid-19, remotely monitoring patients with implanted cardiac devices can reduce the need for some face-to-face appointments.
Vector has set out to encourage the adoption of remotely monitoring implanted cardiac devices with a suite of easy to use software solutions that cover the entire lifecycle of monitoring. Data from the device is transmitted to the platform where the patient’s doctor can see an overview of their data. If something changes that may require medical intervention, the platform sends alerts to the doctor and ensures they are viewed.
Vector actively engages patients to empower them to take control of their health. Outreach, reminders, and celebrations keep the patient on track and motivated to reach goals that can better their health. Vector recently closed a Series A round with $12.5 million. The Oregon-based digital health startup will put the funding towards advancing their solutions to make sure each patient gets the most out of their implanted cardiac device.