Rhythm Management Group, a leader in remote monitoring of cardiac implanted medical devices, announced the appointment of Kenneth P. Jayne as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Chief Information Officer (CIO). As CFO/CIO, Ken’s responsibilities include all financial aspects of Rhythm’s business including financial reporting, budgeting & expense control, treasury & financing, risk management, human resources, and tax compliance & planning as well as the Company’s IT strategy, ensuring that all necessary systems are in place to support its operations and objectives.

“Ken has been advising Rhythm Management Group, over the past two years as an outside consultant, and we are thrilled to have him formally join our leadership team to help lead the Company in our growth and continued transformation,” said Rhonda Bray, Chief Executive Officer of Rhythm Management Group.

Ken began his 25 year professional career at Ernst & Young servicing a wide variety of clients including both privately and publicly-held companies. He left E&Y at an executive level and then served as Senior Vice President and CFO of a large holding company. After that company was acquired, he joined a software company where he served as its CFO. After relocating to the Washington DC area two years ago, Ken joined a national accounting and consulting firm as its Director of CFO Services.

About Rhythm Management Group

Rhythm Management Group provides remote monitoring and alerting services for cardiac medical implanted devices to physicians and their patients. Leveraging deep roots in healthcare operations and data management, Rhythm Management Group pioneers innovative data monitoring and alert systems that help physicians see patients sooner and take clinical action faster. Founded in 2011 and with three sisters at the helm, Rhythm Management Group supports more than 20,000 patients nationwide and is committed to providing a seamless, accurate, and efficient monitoring experience. For more information, visit www.myrhythmnow.com