Pace mate

    Company Information

    Pace Mate is based in Santa Cruz, California, USA. The number of employees in Pace mate is unknown. Pace mate is a digital healthcare company.

    Here is how Pace mate describes itself: "PaceMate is strategically designed to harness the most powerful digital tools for the good of cardiac clinics and health systems."
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          Funding & investors

          Pace mate has received 1 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $8M.

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                    • Case Study: Timely Intervention for Ventricular Fibrillation Detection and Therapy in the Setting of Antiarrhythmic Medication Nonadherence

                    • by Robin Leahy, MSPH, BSN, RN, FHRS, CCDS, PaceMate™ Vice President of Customer Experience Steward Medical Group (Brockton, Massachusetts) and PaceMate™ Collaboration PaceMate™LIVE enables lifesaving detection-to-intervention time when it’s needed the most, facilitating prompt notification of relevant data in a timely manner. Read more about how PaceMate™LIVE software helped facilitate timely intervention for a patient […]The post Case Study: Timely Intervention for Ventricular Fibrillation Detection and Therapy in the Setting of Antiarrhythmic Medication Nonadherence appeared first on PaceMate.
                    • Not All Remote Monitoring EHR Integrations Are the Same

                    • by Robin Leahy, MSPH, BSN, RN, FHRS, CCDS, PaceMate™ Vice President of Customer Experience; Jason Hale, CCDS, PaceMate™ Co-Founder and Vice President of Commercial Excellence; and Chelsea Forsman Napier, BSN, RN, PaceMate™ Director of Integrations and Project Management A new feature article by PaceMate™—titled “Not All Integrations Are the Same: Defining True EHR Integration in […]The post Not All Remote Monitoring EHR Integrations Are the Same appeared first on PaceMate.
                    • The Experts Agree: Remote Monitoring Improves Healthcare

                    • by Rebecca N. Revell, RN, BSN, CCDS, PaceMate™ Director of Communication Services, and Robin Leahy, MSPH, BSN, RN, FHRS, CCDS, PaceMate™ Vice President of Customer Experience Based on scientific studies, doctors and healthcare experts recommend that patients with implanted cardiac devices participate in remote home monitoring. Patients are encouraged to discuss the benefits of remote […]The post The Experts Agree: Remote Monitoring Improves Healthcare appeared first on PaceMate.
                    • Remote Monitoring: Frequently Asked Questions

                    • by Rebecca N. Revell, RN, BSN, CCDS, PaceMate™ Director of Communication Services, and Robin Leahy, MSPH, BSN, RN, FHRS, CCDS, PaceMate™ Vice President of Customer Experience For nearly twenty years, technology has allowed doctors to check implanted cardiac devices—such as pacemakers, defibrillators, and heart monitors—remotely. Whether you have had your implanted cardiac device for years, […]The post Remote Monitoring: Frequently Asked Questions appeared first on PaceMate.
                    • PaceMate Featured in EP Lab Digest

                    • by Robin Leahy, MSPH, BSN, RN, FHRS, CCDS, PaceMate Vice President of Customer Experience PaceMate is pleased to share our recent publication of a feature story in EP Lab Digest, titled “The Evolution of Remote Monitoring in Support of Digital Health.” This article is the first in a series exploring how interoperability of cardiac monitoring […]The post PaceMate Featured in EP Lab Digest appeared first on PaceMate.
                    • PaceMateLIVE Data Utilized in Research of COVID-19 Impact on Afib Patients

                    • Multiple PaceMate leaders, including medical advisory board member Dr. Prashanthan Sanders, have published studies that have examined arrhythmia burden in CIED patients monitored remotely. In a recent study published in EP Europace, Dr. Catherine O’Shea, et al., share results linking an increase in CIED patients’ atrial fibrillation episodes with regional COVID-19 prevalence. Data from multiple […]The post PaceMateLIVE Data Utilized in Research of COVID-19 Impact on Afib Patients appeared first on PaceMate.

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