Cardiac Interpretation and Reporting Services and Its Major Benefits.

Cardiac Interpretation and Reporting Services and Its Major Benefits.

Techindia offers a range of cardiac interpretation and reporting services, covering ambulatory, holter, and Cardiac Event/MCT monitoring and diagnostics. Over the years, these services have helped many hospitals to tap into their full potential, while saving many more medical workflows from the brink of collapse. But how exactly has Techindia been able to turn around the fate of healthcare providers for the better? Well, here are a few benefits of Techindia’s cardiac rhythm interpretation services that are sure to shine a spotlight on how it makes hospitals everywhere more profitable and effective.

Access to world-class and experienced teleradiologists 

Every industry in the world is facing staffing problems, but none was hit most than the health sector by the pandemic. In the USA alone, for example, 1,167 out of 6,051 hospitals were critically understaffed, if the findings of an HHS survey are anything to go by, with radiologists in particularly proving quite hard to come by. Some of the consequences of being short-staffed include: 

  • Doctors and nurses tend to be overworked
  • Patients don’t get quality care 
  • There are bound to be errors in cardiac reporting and diagnostics as workflows rush through, among others. 

Thanks to cardiac rhythm interpretation services outsourcing, hospitals can now delegate critical functions in the radiology department as and when they need them. This pay-as-you-use-service affords excellent convenience for hospitals that can now outsource during surges or when they need a second opinion from MD board-certified physicians.

Round-the-clock ambulatory monitoring to capture fleeting arrhythmias

A standard ECG serves its purpose to help healthcare providers determine whether your heart has structural problems, among other heart complications. However, it comes up short when it comes to infrequent cardiac arrhythmias, which these types of ECGs are likely to miss. This is where ambulatory ECG monitoring outsourcing comes in to iron out the chink in the armor. 

By outsourcing this aspect of their cardiac monitoring service, a hospital can access remote outpatient evaluation when it previously lacked the resources or technology to do so. This ensures that even small facilities can provide holistic cardiac monitoring to patients both far and near. Better yet, physicians at these facilities get access to ambulatory monitoring online 24/7, which poses significant upsides such as:

  • Flexible patient monitoring via any device to shackle the limitations of the 9-5 workflow
  • 24/7 access to crucial patient data without needing physical appointments
  • A variety of reporting formats to meet any practice’s preferred protocols

On the other hand, from the patient’s perspective, this assures peace of mind knowing that their health is constantly monitored.

It is a great way to reduce costs and raise hospitals’ bottom lines 

Hospitals are losing money by the millions today, with a Health Affairs study finding that just 45% of US hospitals are truly profitable. In other words, the lion’s share of health facilities is just struggling to make money, or at the very least break even. 

Some of the reasons behind hospitals’ deplorable bottom line include:

  • Poor coding and billing practices- often stemming from administrative errors as well- that lead to far too many denials than a hospital would like.  
  • Service level discrepancies. The lack of outpatient monitoring in some hospitals leads to observation admissions, which can cause a pinch in a facility’s profit margins. Besides financial consequences, this could also attract RAC audits
  • Inefficient front desk processes, leading to missed appointments, poor follow-through, and many other shortcomings that cost time and money

Some of these problems can be avoided by simply outsourcing cardiac interpretation and reporting services, which can help reduce costs in one of two ways. First, this eliminates the need for hospitals to keep permanent in-house staff such as a full-time radiologist. This enables hospitals to only spend on such services according to ongoing needs, and that greatly leaves some breathing room on the budget.

Secondly, this form of teleradiology also eliminates travel costs. If for instance the data was captured in a separate location that doesn’t offer online access, this would mean in-house radiologists have to take regular trips at the expense of the hospital. Thanks to Techindia’s teleradiology and online access, such costs are eliminated entirely.

In-house staff can access educational opportunities 

A 2019 report by Indeed brought to light a mind-boggling fact, citing the healthcare sector to have the biggest skills gap of all industries in the US. While we won’t be getting into specific positions, some point the finger of this widening skills gap at the typically strict and lengthy processes that it takes to become a licensed and qualified professional. Whatever the cause, this skills shortage means hospitals can’t provide the quality healthcare they should. 

A cardiac monitoring service such as Techindia affords an excellent opportunity for in-house staff to expand their skillsets, particularly if a hospital would like to outsource some of its cardiac monitoring work due to the presence of a skills gap. 

Besides shouldering the workload, in-house staff gets to learn from Techindia’s vastly experienced team, which has a combined 21,000,000 human hours of ECG reporting and counting. This can complement any other in-house training strategies the outsourcing facility has in place, with actual real-world expertise. 

Patient satisfaction is bound to improve too 

At 95% satisfaction rates, the patient-doctor relationship remains strong in 2022, but it could be better with many providers still not meeting expectations. Florida researchers recently surveyed a group of dissatisfied patients to find out just where their healthcare providers went wrong and the following came to light, as the top five reasons for dissatisfaction: 

  • Lengthy test results waiting time
  • Slow test performance execution 
  • Delay in call returns 

Basically, all these reasons point to one problem: poor turnaround times. It is therefore vital that hospitals should reduce waiting times and result delays, and that’s where Techindia steps in to save the day once more. By relying on a proven, quick, and efficient cardiac monitoring service, hospitals can ensure that they serve their patients with utmost quality and speed. Techindia also avails emergency cardiac interpretation and reporting services with lightning-quick turnarounds for high-priority cases.


Outsourcing cardiac rhythm interpretation services holds many benefits for modern health facilities. From improving consultation & providing emergency support to fast turnaround times and cost-cutting, there’s much that facilities stand to gain. Healthcare providers also access the latest therapies, and go more in-depth than ever before with deeper diagnostics, thanks to Techindia. 

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