Practical Management of the Remote Device Clinic
- 40 pages
- Spiral Bound
- 80# Aqueous Coating
- 4.25" x 7.25"
- Ships in 5 – 10 business days
- Key Points
- Take Home Messages
- General Concepts
- Administrative and Nonclinical Staff
- Staffing of Remote Monitoring Clinics
- Technical Considerations in Remote Monitoring
- Alert-based Remote Monitoring
- Programming Considerations for Optimal Remote Monitoring
- Managing Alerts
- Remote Monitoring Reporting
- Patient Education for Remote Monitoring
- Manufacturer Responsibilities With Remote Monitoring
- Third-party Resources for Remote Monitoring
- Geographic Differences With Remote Monitoring Practices
- Remote Monitoring System Differences Between Manufacturers
- Staffing Challenges With Remote Monitoring
- 2015 HRS Expert Consensus Statement on RM vs 2023 HRS Expert Consensus Statement
- Example of a Timeline for Patients With CIEDs on RM
- Traditional Personal 1:1 vs Site-based RM
- Illustrative Example of Unscheduled CIED Interrogation Using a Site-based RM Transmitter
- Alert Recommendations by Device Type (Algorithm)
- Red and Yellow Alerts for PMs and ICDs
- Remote Monitoring Alerts That Should Be Considered “High-Priority”
- Minimizing Alerts for Non-actionable Events
- Suggested Components of Remote Monitoring Report
- Patient as a Team Member in Remote Monitoring
- Remote Monitoring Outsourcing to Third-Party Resources
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