As the cardiac device market continues to grow and more and more patients become in need of such services, there’s naturally a surge in the cardiac device data management burden. Care facilities are becoming overwhelmed with this rising demand, and even those reliant upon EHRs still face difficulty when it comes to integrating an individual’s electronic health record with the device’s database. Yet, remote monitoring is the elixir required to assist in the smoothening of ECG data management in a variety of ways. Our article will show you how RPM can realign cardiac device data management for the better.
Different cardiac devices differ in functionality, especially when it comes to how data is collected from the subject, transmitted, and stored. In the traditional setup, this would mean different strategies to match various device models and makes, but Techindia’s remote monitoring solutions ensure a much more efficient way to go about things.
Our remote monitoring technology provides an all-inclusive report platform that covers data from a multitude of devices, including but not limited to:
Consequently, this lessens the workload on the clinical workflow while ensuring much easier follow-up from a single source via our R&D. Devoid of delays and queues, our FDA-certified platform hits multiple birds with a single stone.
One of the biggest issues when it comes to EKG data management and cardiac device data management at large is compliance violations. These arise from a number of issues, most of which revolve around not properly securing this data and outside threats such as ransomware. Just to illustrate the gravity of the situation, over 66% of care providers suffered a ransomware attack in 2021.
With a trusted remote monitoring solution, you can get standardized reports that conform to major compliance and regulation requirements. The result is a hands-off approach to ECG data management that conforms to world-class standards and global guidelines from HL7 to HIPPAA and many more.
Additionally, courtesy of advanced set protocols, and comprehensive encryption to protect the network, patient data remains immune to breaches and exterior attacks.
The R &D by Techindia sees to it that physicians can access a portal and generate reports 24/7 without any downtime or delays to worry about. It can pick up on cardiac events in near real-time, thus ensuring more positive outcomes.
That’s also in addition to the extensive report customization features that Techindia provides to facilitate the personalization of patient experiences and treatments. Physicians are further spared from the trouble of incomplete or mismatched reports, courtesy of data consistency.
What’s more, in the event of emergencies, our system also has features to ensure faster turnaround. For instance, physicians can receive emergency reports within half an hour of making a request.
Sometimes, human error can negatively impact the integrity of cardiac device data. But with Techindia’s multi-fold approach to ECG data management, for example, the probability of this happening is almost negligible.
That’s because of the following:
Cardiac remote monitoring comes with a flurry of other data management challenges that aren’t usually apparent at first sight. But, once the rubber hits the road, they become as clear as daylight.
For example, facilities that go at it alone have to also sort out many administrative duties, some of which may entail checking devices, performing visits, and reviewing alerts and several pages of cardio data. Multiply this by the number of cardiac devices under a hospital’s watch and the surge in workload can lead to a crisis. At the very least, eating away at the time that physicians dedicate to their care recipients.
Outsourcing remote monitoring can ease this additional cardiac device data management burden. For instance, Techindia can take over reporting as well as other pre and post-remediation processes- such as reviewing data from devices and scanning data into an electronic database, etc.- that occur on either side of the review.
Most healthcare facilities are only scratching the surface with their data analytics, relying on limited data points and medical histories that don’t quite paint the complete picture. This inevitably also goes a long way in affecting diagnostic yield.
Techindia provides deeper diagnostic features to further enhance the capabilities of cardiac device data management. There are several more data points for physicians to consider, and this means:
But that’s not all, with deeper diagnostics, cardiac device data management also enjoys more efficiency, a lesser likelihood of medical errors, and cost reduction as well.
Techindia’s cardiac device data management solutions also go above and beyond to ensure that care facilities already reliant on some form of EHR can hit the ground running with our technology.
It has convenient features that facilitate EHR integration through an HL7 interface, complete with the following capabilities:
In the end, this further cushions the burden of administrative tasks that come with handling cardiac device data, ensuring more quality time with patients.
As we’ve discussed, Techindia’s remote monitoring can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of data management as far as cardiac devices are concerned. Our solution can provide a unified database for several types of devices while ensuring ready access to important data every day and time of the year. Moreover, it can shoulder administrative tasks workload while providing deep diagnostics. Iron out every lapse in cardiac device data management with Techindia’s AI-driven RPM programs. Schedule a call with us now for more details.
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