Meeting patients’ cardiac monitoring needs

A patient-centric approach

Mayo Clinic’s Cardiac Monitoring offers partners a continuous, simplified monitoring solution that allows patients to wear a single monitoring device only as long as needed, while providing physicians with vital information for clinical decision-making and timely treatment delivery.

Our program’s unique technology platform streamlines patient interaction with a single wearable, easy-to-use device throughout the duration of a single monitoring period. Developed for usability, InfoBionic’s MoMe Kardia’s cellphone-sized monitor features a single button to report events and volume controls. Allowing patients to use a singular monitoring device decreases disruptions caused by repeat office visits to return and receive additional devices. Not only does this approach streamline the monitoring process, but it adheres to the existing reimbursement landscape. 

Better testing. Better outcomes.

Through our Holter Cascade workflow, live monitoring can begin more quickly, near-real-time patient data is transmitted automatically, and the waiting period between multiple rounds of monitoring — as well as delays associated with device turnaround — are eliminated. Because prolonged monitoring after clinical decisions can be made is detrimental to patient care, our platform enables physicians to easily end service and receive the report as soon as a clinical diagnosis can be made.

The optimized technology platform and Holter Cascade workflow enables:

  • Streamlined adherence to payer medical policies and prerequisite testing.
  • Fewer rounds of testing per patient.
  • Elimination of “watch and wait” time between tests.
  • Decreased administrative time managing multiple rounds of orders and several niche devices.

Patients who have questions related to their cardiac monitoring plan will have direct access to a call center staffed by Mayo Clinic 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If one of Mayo Clinic’s certified rhythm analysis technicians sees something troubling or emergent while monitoring the heart rhythms of remote patients, they will immediately contact the patient’s prescribing clinician to initiate appropriate care.

Other advantages include:

  • All logistics handled by Mayo Clinic.
  • Improved patient compliance.
  • Reduced in-person visits.
  • Simplified workflow.
  • Near-real-time intervention.
  • Near-real-time patient management.
  • Diagnoses made in days, not weeks.
  • Better patient outcomes.

Learn more about Mayo Clinic’s Cardiac Monitoring solution