Technology | Remote Monitoring | December 10, 2015

ScottCare Corp. Introduces 3-in-1 TeleSense RCM Monitor

WiFi-based remote cardiac rhythm monitor incorporates mobile cardiac telemetry, Holter and cellular event monitoring

ScottCare Corp, TeleSense RCM, WiFi remote cardiac rhythm monitor

December 10, 2015 — The ScottCare Corp. announced the recent introduction of TeleSense RCM, a three-in-one device incorporating complete mobile cardiac telemetry (MCT), Holter and cellular event monitoring. TeleSense is ideal for cardiology practices and hospitals seeking to easily and more effectively manage symptomatic and asymptomatic cardiac event patients.

With TeleSense, clinicians have the flexibility to transition as needed among the three monitoring modes (MCT, Holter and event). The system features real-time streaming for live patient visibility, auto-detection of arrhythmia events and wireless transmission of three channels of electrocardiogram (ECG) data, allowing clinicians to more accurately correlate patient symptoms to changes in electrical conduction of the heart. TeleSense can transmit up to 30 days of continuous ECG data across multiple cellular networks or utilizing a patient’s home or business WiFi network.

Events are received and triaged through ScottCare’s receiving platform. TeleSense’s Web-accessible reporting software then supports detailed and actionable reporting through daily heart rate trends; event reports; end-of-session reports; interim and summary statistics; and advanced administrative and clinical queries. Optional electronic health record (EHR) integration enables reports to be easily viewed and e-signed by the physician prior to automated transmission to any HL7-based EHR system.

TeleSense also addresses the continuous concern of patient compliance. Not only is the device comfortable to wear, it is simple to set up and configure, even remotely. Brightly-lit icons allow the patient to easily identify whether the device has sufficient power, whether leads are properly connected, if the device is recording, and the status of the WiFi or cellular connection. Patients can quickly record and immediately transmit self-identified events via a large, easily accessible button on the front of the device.

For those clinicians unable to offer patients 24-hour monitoring coverage, ScottCare’s optional dedicated monitoring labor service provides 24/7 active daily surveillance and reporting capabilities, as well as immediate access to raw patient data and completed reports from any internet connected computer.

For more information: www.scottcare.com

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