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FOCUSON™ THE INSIGHTS THAT MATTER

Monitoring and triaging service for Reveal LINQ™ Insertable Cardiac Monitoring System

WHY FOCUSONTM?

In today’s healthcare environment, the quality and efficiency of follow-up care is one of the biggest challenges organisations face on a daily basis.

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WHAT IS FOCUSONTM?

FOCUSON is a monitoring and triaging service designed to help healthcare professionals save time whilst while enabling better outcomes.

 FOCUSON Cardiology

FREES UP TIME - less time spent on non-actionable data equals more time for treating patients.

 FOCUSON Cardiology

ENABLES BETTER OUTCOMES - Clinically relevant cases are triaged and communicated promptly to hospital Clinical Teams.

 FOCUSON Cardiology

EXPANDS ACCESS - Prioritised and proactive communication frees up resources, so more patients can be seen and treated.


THE CONTINUOUS FOCUSONTM PROCESS

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Remote monitoring of patients

The CareLink™ Network receives data from patients with Medtronic implantable cardiac devices.

Monitoring and triaging service

The FOCUSON™ team monitors and triages all incoming CareLink™ data according to hospital customisations. The hospital clinical teams are then alerted about clinically actionable events via telephone, email and the FOCUSON™ Platform.

Hospital clinical teams

Teams are promptly alerted on urgent information, so they have more time to spend with patients and with those that need immediate care.

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FOCUSONTM – HOW DOES IT WORK WITH REVEAL LINQTM?

Timely, actionable insights

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FOCUSON notifies hospital clinical teams with the insights they need, when they need, using phone and email communication prioritised by colour-coding.

The FOCUSON triaged is accessed via the FOCUSON platform, combining CareLinkTM data with FOCUSON analysis in an easy-to-review format. 

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FOCUSONTM PLATFORM

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References

1

Data from projected figures modelled using 2013/14 UK CRM NICOR dataset. https://www.ucl.ac.uk/nicor/nicor-news-publoication/CRM_Report_2013-14

2

Gimbel, 2012, Heart Rhythm, vol.9, n°12