Organizational Models for Cardiac Implantable Electronic Device Remote Monitoring: Current and Future Directions
The use of remote monitoring (RM) of cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIEDs) has been shown to improve clinical and economic outcomes. The explosion of data from RM transmissions will require the use of advanced technologies (machine learning/artificial intelligence) to relieve the cognitive burden on the CIED team and ensure quality care. Standardization of reports across implantable CIED vendors will improve clinic performance and minimize errors (professional societies, such as the Heart Rhythm Society, should provide guidance, credentialing opportunities, and other support toward standardization). Development of reporting of CIED data output that is tailored to individuals will improve patient engagement and support patient–provider shared decision making about disease management.
Cardiac Electrophysiology Clinics
Daley, Carly; Toscos, Tammy PhD; Allmandinger, Tina; Ahmed, Ryan; Wagner, Shauna; and Mirro, Michael MD, "Organizational Models for Cardiac Implantable Electronic Device Remote Monitoring: Current and Future Directions" (2021). Health Services and Informatics Research. 33.