Company InformationVector is based in Bend, Oregon, USA. The number of employees in Vector is unknown. Vector is a cardiac digital health solution provider that offers patient support & monitoring, ehr, and clinical services.
Here is how Vector describes itself: "Vector is a complete cardiac digital health solution that makes it simple to accurately capture, manage, analyze and act on remote cardiac data. Learn More at VectorRemote.com."
Funding & investorsVector has received 1 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $12.5M.
- Updata Partners (Venture capital)
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Vector - Blog
- Five Steps to Improve Your Remote Cardiac Monitoring Program
- Divide Remote Monitoring Duties to Deliver Better Cardiac Care
- The Other Epidemic of 2020: Heart Disease
- Vector Celebrates its Team of In-house Nurses for National Nurses Month this May
- Why is a Cardiac Practice Like a Coffee Shop?
- How Implantable Loop Recorder Remote Monitoring Improves Atrial Fibrillation Care
Remote monitoring of cardiac devices reduces hospital admissions and time to treatment for heart disease patients. Despite these benefits, many cardiology practices are challenged with taking full advantage of this life-saving technology.The post Five Steps to Improve Your Remote Cardiac Monitoring Program appeared first on Vector Remote.
While there are many ways to improve Remote Cardiac Monitoring workflows, working with a third-party vendor is the easiest way to offload non-clinical tasks.The post Divide Remote Monitoring Duties to Deliver Better Cardiac Care appeared first on Vector Remote.
When they write the history books, no doubt the chapter on 2020 will focus on one main event: COVID-19. According to the CDC, the COVID-19 pandemic caused approximately 375,000 deaths in the United States during 2020.The post The Other Epidemic of 2020: Heart Disease appeared first on Vector Remote.
Last year, America’s nurses went above and beyond to provide critical care during the pandemic. Thanks to their hard work and dedication, they saved countless lives and positively impacted so many more.The post Vector Celebrates its Team of In-house Nurses for National Nurses Month this May appeared first on Vector Remote.
On its face, remote cardiac monitoring looks like a service that your practice can manage entirely in-house. However, just because it's something you can do doesn’t mean it's something you should do. To understand why, look no further than the cup of coffee that’s sitting in front of you. The post Why is a Cardiac Practice Like a Coffee Shop? appeared first on Vector Remote.
While an implantable loop recorder (ILR) is a critical tool for monitoring atrial fibrillation (AF) episodes, too often cardiac clinics lack the remote monitoring support they need to use these devices to their full potential. Let’s look at how ILRs work to better understand...The post How Implantable Loop Recorder Remote Monitoring Improves Atrial Fibrillation Care appeared first on Vector Remote.