Remote Cardiac Implant Monitoring Services have gone a long way since the inception of remote cardiac monitoring as a whole. Their adoption led to marked improvements in diagnosing arrhythmias and reductions in detecting clinical events as well as in hospitlizations.
However, we can’t deny that challenges remain for plenty of clinics. This post expounds on what these are and what role Techindia, as a third-party platform, plays in addressing them and, in turn, adding to the advantages provided by these services.
Remote cardiac monitoring, particularly with the help of implanted devices, has made great strides in recent years. As said above, it has led to better accuracy in diagnosing cardiac conditions, reduced the need for in-person follow-ups, and more importantly, has allowed doctors to proactively respond to cardiac events, leading to hundreds of lives being saved.
This collection of benefits has, more or less, improved patient compliance as well. For all its unprecedented perks, though, it’s not without its hurdles. We only need to look at what the studies on this topic have outlined to see that they’re still many:
As you can see, a remote cardiac monitoring service still needs plenty of optimizations, particularly in how it delivers its features.
How Techindia Remedies Most of These Problems and Improves Cardiac Implant Monitoring as a Whole
As an innovation-driven Cardiac Implant Monitoring Service, Techindia proactively addresses most, if not all, of these issues with our solutions. You only need to look at how we deliver them to know why.
Unified Reporting Platform
Our unified platform not only gathers all the data from ILR, ICD, pacemaker, and heart failure devices but also ensures that everything will be organized with every report created. Physicians won’t be handling piles of disorganized data but be given standardized reports that they always access with the help of cloud technology.
We even give all the liberty to doctors to customize how they want the data to be reported to them. For example, they can choose to only be presented with the cardiac data that is crucial to them and the patient at present.
Obviously, this directly takes out the lingering problem of lack of proper data management which we mentioned above. We handle all the data-related processes and encourage doctors to spend more time with their patients.
We actively reduce the burden on hospital staff by training and employing our own team of clinical technicians who will be responsible for monitoring the patient remotely. We recommend them, in particular, to heart failure patients.
While our solution also relies on regular alerts, the fact that we have dedicated staff for monitoring means the notifications can be readily assessed without further burdens on your own team.
We readily explicitly explain to our clients how we conduct our monitoring based on the type of implantable device that the hospital is using. We have different protocols for pacemakers, implantable loop recorders, heart failure cases, and ICDs.
Ultimately, we render our services in such a way that you and your staff won’t have to undergo specialized training just to help your patients benefit from our services. Our solutions are entirely paperless and you won’t have to install any software as well.
We believe that any treatment strategy is only as good as the willingness (if not enthusiasm) of the patient who undergoes it. One of the factors causing patients to be less compliant is a simple lack of necessary knowledge. Our team, particularly our clinical management staff, is tasked to educate patients regarding any monitoring procedure they will be undergoing.
Besides making the data highly accessible and secure with the help of cloud technology, our solution also integrates AI to help in assessing the data. Think of it as being able to mitigate errors with the help of AI computer vision which is designed to analyze the data and detect cardiac events similar to trained healthcare personnel.
With the data being available 24/7 and in near real-time, physicians will be able to make effective and agile medical interventions should serious cardiac events occur. More or less, this has led to the said huge decrease in recurrent hospitalizations and hospital visits.
It’s safe to say Implant Monitoring Services like the ones offered by Techindia will continue to nourish the field of remote cardiac monitoring. Our solutions have always been intended to address challenges by paying attention to what these studies have revealed and the recommendations they’ve made.
More importantly, we are always willing to harness the latest technologies in order to enhance our services, and cardiac implant monitoring is just one of them. Many of the studies we looked at called for third-party services to take action. We are simply responding to the said call and continue to look for ways to ease the burden on healthcare providers.
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