“We recently implemented Geneva in our device clinic and have been very pleased with the improvements. They have been great at generating new patient enrollments and are very meticulous with record keeping. We found the software platform to be very intuitive and easy to use. The clinical staff have proven to be very knowledgeable and quickly notify us of any problems. Their help during the COVID-19 crisis has been particularly helpful. We use it as a key component during our telemedicine visits.”
DAVID PEDERSON, MD
CARDIOLOGY CLINIC OF SAN ANTONIO
RAPID RESPONSE SOLUTIONS
1. MOVE IN-OFFICE SOLUTIONS TO REMOTE MONITORING (RM)
How do you transition in-office device patients to remote checks quickly and easily?
The Geneva Service team will work directly with your staff to seamlessly move your in-office patients to RM; including working on patient schedules, calling patients, and report preparation.
This will allow you to monitor your patients remotely without disruption in care as you interact with them virtually.
2. ACTIVATE DEVICE PATIENTS NOT ON REMOTE MONITORING
Transitioning your device patients to RM is a critical pathway, however many of your patients are not active on RM. How can you rapidly engage patients and introduce them to remote monitoring?
The Geneva Service team will walk your patients through the activation process and bring them into the remote monitoring pathway. We do this everyday as part of our daily service.
Remote monitoring is the standard of care for device patients, with proven mortality and morbidity benefits, and will reduce in-office encounters during this time of social distancing.
3. EXTEND CARDIAC REMOTE PATIENT MONITORING (RPM)
How do you obtain vital signs like blood pressure, weight, telemetry or pulse during telehealth visits?
Geneva has several RPM solutions as part of the Cardiac Care Continuum. We offer blood pressure, weight, and telemetry remote solutions.
This will allow you to review patient data from multiple devices as part of your telehealth evaluation and management services. By using a combination of devices, our service team, and a cloud-based platform, you will be able to continue care for your patients from the comfort of their home.
4. REMOTE HEART FAILURE MONITORING (HF)
ICD patients have valuable HF monitoring diagnostic capabilities that can measure potential fluid build up in your patients’ lungs as well as their respiratory rate. But when you barely have time to manage the current data deluge, how can you handle this data as well?
The GHS Service team can turn on this diagnostic capability across all your ICD patients, if clinically appropriate. When you have HF monitoring activated you can also have only the actionable HF data sent to you.
Not only are these data points valuable to predict potential HF decompensation but they can be valuable during COVID-19. The HF diagnostic capability may help reduce hospitalization admissions. The morbidity and mortality benefits of RM are predominantly driven by HF monitoring.