Health monitoring uses technology to monitor your health status at home and send information to your care team. Your care team can review this information and use it to help you manage your care at home.
The Medtronic Care Management Services health monitoring program, offered at no additional cost to UCare members, may help you learn more about your health and communicate with your care team.
Routine health monitoring may limit unnecessary visits to the hospital. It’s our goal to give you peace of mind that your health is being monitored by your care team every day.
If you have one or more chronic conditions, you’re not alone. More than half of all people living in the United States have at least one chronic condition, and 30% live with more than one chronic illness, such as heart failure, diabetes, or COPD.1
It may be difficult to understand and manage your health when living with chronic conditions. A health monitoring program may help you achieve your health goals and find additional support after a hospital visit or in your day-to-day routine.
Health monitoring works by collecting health information routinely. This information is sent to your care team to review.
Here's how it works:
You’re tasked with completing a health check using a tablet. Routinely:
Your health check information is sent to Medtronic Care Management Services. Your care team reviews the information. If they see a notable change to your day-to-day health, the following may occur:
UCare members are identified via claims, pharmacy, or other records and sent communications on how they may benefit from using the At-Home Monitoring program. If you are a UCare member diagnosed with coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes, or hypertension you are eligible to participate in the At-Home Monitoring program at no cost.
Medtronic Care Management Services works with UCare to help members monitor their health at home. For more than 20 years, Medtronic Care Management Services has created home monitoring programs designed to help keep people healthy and avoid unnecessary hospital visits.
If you were asked to enroll in a Medtronic Care Management Services health monitoring program, your health plan, UCare, thinks you may want help managing your health at home.
Are you ready to enroll in At-Home Health Monitoring at no additional cost to you?
Contact Medtronic Care Management Services at 952-247-4675.
Medtronic Care Management Services is not intended as a substitute for, or alternative to, the medical care provided by a physician. Medical guidance and treatment decisions should always be determined by treating physicians or other properly licensed healthcare professionals.
If after enrolling in the at-home monitoring program you decide it isn’t for you, you can disenroll from the program by calling 952-247-4675 or letting your Medtronic care team nurse know you are no longer interested in the program.
Please call 952-247-4675, TTY 711 with any questions about this program.
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Multiple Chronic Conditions Chartbook: 2010 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey Data. April 2014.