A unique, team approach to care
For more than 150 years, Mayo Clinic has partnered with health care providers and organizations around the world to advance medical knowledge and support the local delivery of health care. To ensure success in a value-based payment environment, our physicians and scientists regularly interact with their clinical peers to ensure the right tests are developed, validated, and implemented at the right time for the benefit of all patients.
"By engaging with our services you are leveraging the quality and excellence of the Mayo Clinic brand and reputation.”– Peter Noseworthy, M.D
As part of this work, the Cardiovascular Medicine team at Mayo Clinic’s campuses in Arizona, Florida, and Minnesota collaborates with experts in many specialties to provide patients with comprehensive care. What might take months to accomplish elsewhere can typically be done in a matter of days or weeks at Mayo Clinic.
Mayo Clinic cardiovascular support
We are ready to provide answers when your patients need them most. As one of the largest, most comprehensive heart practices in the world, we are home to:
Sub-specialized cardiovascular medicine experts
Cardiac-related diagnoses and treatment plans each year
support from Mayo Clinic physicians and scientists
Our team of highly specialized heart experts works to find answers for you and your patients. They will not take over your patients’ care, nor will you face competition from Mayo Clinic as a care provider. Instead, Mayo Clinic’s cardiac monitoring team will partner with you in your patients’ care to provide time- and cost-saving answers when your patients need them most.
Mayo Clinic’s Cardiac Monitoring is built on Mayo Clinic’s centralized ECG lab and its decades of experience in optimizing remote cardiac monitoring for patients and providers. The key to our model is that all services are channeled through our highly skilled clinicians and technologists.
Our research-based approach to service is rooted in integrated practice and patient care to provide transparent, on-demand information to treating practitioners. The cardiac monitoring team includes:
Peter Noseworthy, M.D.
Cardiologist, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at Mayo Clinic and Medical Director of Cardiovascular Services
Director of IDTF Operations
Vice President of Cardiovascular Services
Operations Manager for the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at Mayo Clinic
Supervisor of Cardiac Monitoring, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine
Director of Payer Relations for Cardiovascular Services
Regional Director of Sales for Cardiovascular Services
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