Our patient engagement solutions are designed to offer an optimal experience for patients to engage in their care and securely share their health information daily through our home health monitoring programs. Patients who actively participate in their care may have better adherence to their treatment plans,1 higher satisfaction,2 and reduced healthcare utilization.3
Medtronic Care Management Services uses user-friendly patient platforms, disease management programs, and peripheral devices designed to help you:
The patient engagement tools provided with our virtual care solutions utilize intelligently designed, user-friendly technology. We provide patient education to encourage engagement in their health and give clinicians data designed to support patient care.
Choose a patient-facing platform to keep your patients involved in the home health monitoring process.
Our remote health monitoring devices are simple to set up, user-friendly, and offer straightforward interaction. All our remote health monitoring devices:
When convenience and mobility matter, InterVIEW mobile platform offers a flexible solution. The platform is designed to provide an engaging patient experience and offers:
To learn more about InterVIEW mobile platform, click here.
Benefit from both patient-submitted symptom data and objectively measured vital sign readings.
Our peripheral devices* collect objective data that is analyzed together with patient-submitted symptom information. The devices are Bluetooth®-enabled and include weight scales, glucometers, blood pressure monitors, pulse oximeters, pedometers, and activity trackers.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Medtronic is under license.
Android platform is a trademark of Google LLC.
iOS is a registered trademark owned by Cisco Technology, Inc., and is used under license.
The pulse oximeters are the only peripheral devices that require a prescription.
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Grant LA, Rockwood T, Stennes L. Client satisfaction with telehealth services in home health care agencies. JTT. 2015;21(2):88–92.
Stanhope, KM, et al. Telemonitoring reduced costs and inpatient visitation rates for patients with advanced cardiovascular disease: A matched cohort study. JCF. 2016;22(8S)S89–S90.