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The Medtronic Paceart® System organizes and archives data for cardiac devices across manufacturers and serves as a central repository for a patient's arrhythmia information. The Paceart System serves as a gateway through which data flows from programmers and remote monitoring systems to a clinic's electronic health record (EHR) system.
How the Paceart System Works
The Paceart System organizes relevant patient, device and programmer information to help you meet your clinic management challenges. It also provides access to trend analysis in reports, putting it right at your fingertips, so you get a quicker read on your patient's condition and device.
The Paceart System:
You'll find the Paceart system extremely adaptable. You can configure it to meet your present needs, easily adding new devices, patients or physicians. It works within the process of varied clinical environments. As you grow, the system is sophisticated and powerful enough to advance with you.
The Paceart system helps make information from varied sources available when it's needed. Paceart enhances clinic efficiency by:
Whatever device or programmer you're looking at, you'll see the information presented in a similar way – making it easy to quickly find what you want.
Medtronic's complete Paceart System includes both clinic and TTM management components.
You can configure the Paceart System to meet your present needs, so you can easily add patients or physicians. And it works within your current clinic processes. Then as you grow, the system is sophisticated and powerful enough to advance with you:
Optional CardioVoice® TTM Assistant works with our TTM Management system to provide unattended around the clock service:
While the complete Paceart System includes both clinic and TTM components, each is also available separately.
The Medtronic Paceart system is a computer software application that organizes relevant patient, cardiac device and programmer information to help clinics manage follow-up of implantable cardiac device patients. Paceart’s principal objective is to provide heart rhythm management solutions designed to allow clinicians and the cardiac device industry to optimize the care of patients with implanted cardiac devices.
The Paceart system is installed on Intel-compatible hardware running Microsoft Windows operating systems. The Paceart system uses Microsoft SQL Server for database hosting. Other components of the technical environment will include Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) if the provider has selected Paceart’s Web Access option.
The Paceart system creates an electronic patient record, which may contain patient-specific electronic protected health information (ePHI) data, including ECG and other monitored parameters and therapy events such as defibrillation and pacing. Patient data stored by the Paceart system can include for each patient: name, address, city and province, postal code, telephone numbers, fax numbers, medical record number, device numbers, date of admission and date of service.
The number of patient records managed by the Paceart system is dependent upon the storage capacity of the computer server hosting the ePHI data. Data are stored in a Microsoft SQL Server database.
Clinicians access ePHI via the Paceart system’s Windows-based user interface. Paceart allows the clinic’s system administrator to create and manage unique user identifications and passwords for each clinician accessing the system. User profiles controlling access to data can be created and assigned to individual user identifications and passwords. The Paceart System Administrator’s Manual details instructions for the creation and management of user identifications and passwords.
For patient care or data archiving purposes, data may be transferred from the Paceart system to another data management tool employed by the clinic. Information is transferred via Paceart’s Export Module, which creates an XML-based message that is transmitted by the clinic’s network infrastructure.
If you use the Paceart® System together with the CareLink® Network, you were used to entering patient remote schedules two to three times into different systems. Now that's over.
CareLink and Paceart schedules are integrated to offer One-Stop Scheduling. Enter your CareLink appointments in the Paceart System or the CareLink Website, and you're done. Scheduling information is automatically shared between the systems, making your life simpler, more efficient.
If you use Paceart HL7® connectivity, you can schedule in your EHR or master scheduling system and the appointment transfers automatically to Paceart, CareLink, and the device.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON INDICATIONS, SAFETY AND WARNINGS
For listing of Indications, Contraindications, Warnings, Precautions, and Potential Adverse Events, please refer to the Instructions For Use .