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Get Ready® is a digital health solution that connects patients and clinicians to enable care coordination and management. It’s a highly flexible solution as it can be:
Get Ready® helps hospitals and healthcare professionals to assess, monitor and triage COVID-19 patients following an emergency department visit or conventional hospitalisation, thus freeing-up resources, lowering the risk to be exposed to COVID-19, and optimising utilisation of critical resources.
INCAP=INtegrated CAre Program is an integrated solution for the remote monitoring of diabetes patients aiming at optimising their entire care pathway.
Through analytics and a service centre, it offers triage and exclusive services, to provide insights to HCPs, allowing them to deliver information and therapy advice to patients, remotely.
INCAP enables clinical teams to:
Learn more about INCAP here or contact us via email@example.com
In-Clinic Device Patient Distancing with Tablet solutions
Minimising exposure for both patients and the clinic staff while providing the same quality of care can be challenging. Medtronic Patient Management tablet-based solutions can play a key role to reduce unnecessary patient interaction, whether it is at Implant or Follow-up. Learn more about our solutions.
Remote monitoring of cardiac device patients: Connect more patients to CareLinkTM network with the BeConnected service
Remote monitoring has become the standard of care for patients with cardiac devices1 and is recommended to be utilised as much as possible by the ESC COVID-19 Guidance2. Today you can connect more patients to the CareLinkTM Network without the burden on your staff coming from patient onboarding activities thanks to BeConnected, a patient support service that educates patients, screens for the optimal monitoring solution and supports them setting-up. Learn more about BeConnected.
Manage burden with FocusOnTM Monitoring & Triaging Service
FocusOnTM helps clinics in the management of CareLinkTM remote transmitted data. It saves time from non-clinically actionable data review and accelerates clinical decision-making. Learn more about FocusOnTM.
Explore educational resources to optimise your clinical workflows in response to COVID-19. Some content may require registration to access.
Patient management tailored T&E
Through a very simple assessment, we can help identify your Patient Management training needs. Whether its new training, upskilling or refresher training, we can support you every step of the way, by designing a tailored education programme to enhance and streamline both your clinic workflows and remote monitoring service. Click here to learn more
Remote monitoring of cardiac device patients in the COVID-19 era
Watch the EHRA Medtronic’s sponsored scientific sessions where several presenters have shared how they have dealt with Covid-19 challenges and learn how Medtronic Patient Management solutions can help.
Visit the Medical Societies section to explore more COVID-19 resources from major medical societies and professional associations.
Ricci RP, Vicentini A, D’Onofrio A, et al. Impact of in-clinic follow-up visits in patients with implantable cardioverter defibrillators: demographic and socioeconomic analysis of the TARIFF study population. J Interv Card Electrophysiol. November 2013;38(2):101-106.
The European Society for Cardiology. ESC Guidance for the Diagnosis and Management of CV Disease during the COVID-19 Pandemic. https://www.escardio.org/Education/COVID-19-and-Cardiology/ESC-COVID-19-Guidance. (Last update: 10 June 2020).