Yes! Our real-time ECG streaming capability allows you to view and record a patient’s ECG at any time to ensure proper device function and utilization.
Mobile cardiac telemetry (MCT) monitoring records continuous ECG for the entire patient monitoring duration with all events being automatically transmitted and received across a cellular network. Traditional event monitors only record patient ECG data when an event or symptom is noted and must be transmitted acoustically across a landline.
All patient events and all heart-rate trending information are automatically sent and received across a cellular or wi-fi network and are received and sorted by the CardioView DX Suite.
Yes! The pre- and post-event settings, as well as the auto-trigger characteristics, can all be changed on a case-by-case basis in the provider’s office or via a remote cellular connection.
No. The TeleSense receiving platform is installed on a network or virtual server that allows clinicians to access events and process reports from any network-connected computer.
Yes! The device can be programmed remotely with an active cellular or wi-fi connection depending on the monitoring situation. In the office, the device can be directly programmed through a direct USB connection.
EventCare is available as a standalone or networked software application that can be accessed from any network or Internet connected computer. This allows increased flexibility and improved workflows for each clinician.
A variety of patient report formats are available depending on the type and duration of a patient transmission. ScottCare can customize reports for our customers who need them.
Yes! ScottCare’s EventCare platform has the ability to calculate single beat heart rates, as well as providing calipers for clinician mediated interval measurements.
Unlimited. Since EventCare is a server-based application, there is no limit on the number of patients and devices that can be managed at any given time. Customer-provided server hardware and storage can enable access to tens of thousands of monitored patients, regardless of location.
TeleSense can be paired with cellular transmission devices from AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint as well as other approved cellular providers. These transmission devices are interchangeable and can be used with any TeleSense device. The devices also have the ability to transmit directly over a home or business Wi-Fi network in areas where cellular connectivity is not available.
Yes! The TeleSense monitor qualifies as both an MCT (CPT 93229 and CPT 93229)), a cellular/wireless event monitor (CPT 93268) and a Holter monitor (CPT 93224). These devices can be changed on a per-patient basis as needed.
Dependent on the required use and patient insurance acceptance.
The TeleSense RCM stores and automatically transmits an unlimited number of patient events during each 30-day monitoring period. All raw ECG data can be accessed at any point during the monitoring period.
Yes! TeleSense will auto-trigger on atrial fibrillation, bradycardia, tachycardia and pause events. The device can also be programmed to automatically send event strips identifying the exit of atrial fibrillation, bradycardia and tachycardia. Automatic EKG recording and transmission on a scheduled interval (ie every ten minutes, every 30 minutes, hourly, daily) can also be programmed on the device.
Each TeleSense device comes with two rechargeable lithium polymer batteries. It is recommended that you have one battery recharging while the second battery is actively used in the patient device. We recommend that patients exchange their batteries on a daily basis or as instructed by their healthcare professional.
Patients using traditional looping and non-looping event monitors are able to transmit their recordings across a traditional telephone line. It is received and digitized for processing with the EventCare system.
Yes! EventCare accepts most standard industry event monitors with our receiving platform. EventCare is a device-agnostic system.
ScottCare’s TeleSentry mobile cardiac telemetry platform includes the ability to receive and process traditional event monitors, ScottCare digital Holter monitors, and our proprietary mobile cardiac telemetry devices.
EventCare-created PDF reports can be printed, emailed, faxed or sent directly to a patient’s electronic medical record system.