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World-class remote monitoring for value-based healthcare at home.
What if patients could stay healthy and avoid unnecessary healthcare utilization through the use of technology, connected data, and personalized care coordination? Helping clinicians deliver the right care, to the right patients, at the right time, Medtronic Care Management Services is committed to enabling value-based care at home.
MCMS solutions combine remote patient monitoring platforms, proven processes, proprietary software, and expert care coordination. Since 1998, our innovative remote monitoring solutions have served more than 95,000 patients and recorded more than 5 million telehealth patient months. As a trusted provider to hospitals, health systems, and home care agencies, we are committed to improving patient health — and delivering economic benefits — to the healthcare system every day.
Our full suite of remote monitoring platforms collect patient biometrics and symptom data, while educating patients in their own self-care.
Using rules-driven algorithms, MCMS software collects patient data, assembles patient health status, and triggers corresponding alerts for potential clinical review.
MCMS Patient Advocacy and Support Services staff with clinical experience complement a healthcare system's patient care team, amplifying efforts to manage increasingly complex patient populations.
Medtronic Care Management Services offers more than 20 different programs focused on specific diseases and comorbidities. These guideline-based programs are designed to enable clinicians to identify, evaluate, and potentially intervene upon signs of patient risk, as well as help patients manage their own self-care.
Patients are monitored remotely for these conditions.