iRhythm Receives $1.5 Million Investment from California HealthCare Foundation


iRhythm, a San Francisco-based wireless medical device company, announces that it has received  a $1.5 million investment from California HealthCare Foundation to forward development of a cardiac rhythm monitor patch. Named the ZioPatch, the cardiac patch has been FDA approved to provide up to 14 consecutive days of cardiac rhythm monitoring in either the ambulatory or home care setting.

“The simplicity of their approach to ambulatory cardiac monitoring minimizes logistics, promotes increased patient compliance, and streamlines the process for patients and clinicians.” – Margaret Laws, Manager of the CHCF Health Innovation Fund.

California HealthCare Foundation is a non-profit grant issuing philanthropy project based in Oakland, CA focused on improving outcomes, reducing barriers to care, supporting implementation of health reform, and realizing greater transparency and accountability within California’s health system.

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