New app improves cardiac remote monitoring workflows by providing clinicians access to Implicity alerts and reports directly within Epic’s electronic medical records systems.
Implicity®, a leader in remote patient monitoring (RPM) and cardiac data management solutions, released a new SMART on FHIR application to improve interoperability and workflow efficiencies for providers.
The app allows Epic users to view alerts and reports being generated on the Implicity platform directly within the patient record.
“Effective remote patient monitoring programs require integrating electronic medical records (EMRs) with next-generation technologies like Implicity that make the lives of clinical staff easier by simplifying clinical workflows and providing quick, easy access to patient data being gathered outside traditional healthcare settings,” said Dr. Arnaud Rosier, electrophysiologist, CEO, and co-founder of Implicity.
In recent years, healthcare providers – and cardiologists and electrophysiologists, in particular – have increasingly turned to RPM to help detect potential health problems in patients before they become more serious. Implicity’s cloud-based platform allows cardiac teams to streamline workflows by bringing data from various cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIEDs) into one unified environment. The solution then leverages machine learning and AI-based algorithms to analyze data, prioritize alerts, and manage clinical and administrative workflows.
Today, Implicity covers more than 70,000 patients in 100 medical facilities across the United States and Europe. In addition, the platform is used by clinical and academic researchers.
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