Patients who actively engage in their care may have better adherence to their treatment plans,1 higher satisfaction,2 and reduced utilization.3 Our patient engagement solutions are designed to offer an optimal experience for patients to engage and securely share their health information daily.
Medtronic Care Management Services uses a suite of user-friendly patient platforms, disease management programs, and biometric peripheral devices designed to help you:
Medtronic Care Management Services uses technology that is intelligently designed, yet easy to use. We provide patients with education to engage in their health and give clinicians data intended to support patient care.
Choose from a suite of patient-facing platforms to keep your patients engaged in the monitoring process. We offer a variety of technology solution choices that fit patients’ different comfort levels.
From tabletop to tablet, our monitoring devices are simple to set up, easy to use, and offer straightforward interaction. All our monitoring devices:
Benefit from both patient-submitted symptom data and objectively-measured biometric and vital sign readings.
Our suite of peripheral devices* collects objective biometric data that is analyzed together with the patient-submitted symptom information. The devices — both Bluetooth-enabled and direct-connect peripherals — include weight scales, glucometers, blood pressure monitors, pulse oximeters, pedometers, and activity trackers.
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Stanhope, KM, et al. (2016). Telemonitoring reduced costs and inpatient visitation rates for patients with advanced cardiovascular disease: A matched Cohort Study. Journal of Cardiac Failure 2016. 22(8S) S89-S90.
The pulse oximeters are the only peripheral devices that require a prescription.