Identifying abnormal heart rhythm.
|Product ID||Service Name||Always Performed|
|CV1001C||Holter Monitoring - Tech||Yes|
|CV3003C||Mobile Cardiac Telemetry - Tech||No|
The Cardiac Monitoring Cascade (“Cascade”) indicates two tests have been ordered: a Holter and a Mobile Cardiac Telemetry (MCT) test. Both the Holter and the MCT test are provided as described in detail in Sections1 (b) and 1(c) below. The Cascade starts with the ordering provider ordering a Holter test for the patient. The patient will wear the device for 24 hours, after which the MCT test will immediately be initiated as indicated by the Cascade order for a prescribed monitoring period of up to 30 days. Cascade service allows the patient to maintain the same device. The MCT test begins with minimal interruption of recording. The MCT can be discontinued and data erased without charge, provided the signing physician determines additional MCT testing is not medically necessary and notifies Mayo Clinic Cardiac Monitoring by 5:00 p.m. CST on the first full business day following the delivery of the Holter report.
When the test is over