The Ultimate Third-Party Resource for Remote Monitoring

Since 2015, remote monitoring has been the standard practice for managing patients with cardiovascular implantable electronic devices, leading to decreased morbidity and mortality.

The significant benefits of remote monitoring have been evident over the past eight years, prompting the release of an HRS/EHRA/APHRS/LAHRS consensus statement in May 2023. This statement included updated guidelines on managing patients with cardiovascular implantable electronic devices. The comprehensive guidelines include the recommendation for organizations to consider taking their remote monitoring a step further and integrating third-party resources into their process.

Imagine an alert-based, AI-driven third-party solution that meets all the demands of remote monitoring and is associated with reducing mortality by 22% and hospitalization by 4%.1

Implicity’s comprehensive solution is reshaping the landscape of remote monitoring by emerging as the ultimate platform for remote device clinics. It effectively addresses even the most difficult challenges associated with this practice.

Administrative Burden and Staff Burnout:
Handling administrative tasks alongside patient care can lead to burnout among clinical personnel. Implicity’s powerful remote monitoring (RM) solution automates once manual processes, allowing providers to streamline their workflow and dedicate more time to delivering exceptional patient care. With a proven track record of achieving an impressive 84% increase in clinic productivity within just two years, the unique third-party solution empowers healthcare professionals to enhance efficiency, ultimately improving staff satisfaction and the overall quality of care.2

Managing High-Volume Data:
In the era of digital healthcare, the sheer volume of remote monitoring data can be overwhelming and especially challenging when resources are short. Leveraging alert-based solutions like Implicity makes managing and reviewing vast amounts of data easier. This ensures timely communication of results, empowering healthcare providers with valuable insights for optimal decision-making.

The Financial Strain on Clinics:
Running a remote monitoring program can be financially burdensome for clinics. Third-party solutions can offer a path to financial stability through an innovative approach. In fact, Implicity has been proven to achieve an impressive 90% billing compliance rate, ensuring that clinics can maximize their revenue potential.3 By harnessing the expertise and resources of Implicity’s third-party involvement, clinics can improve staff efficiency and reduce costs associated with administrative tasks. This strategic collaboration with Implicity brings financial advantages and paves the way for sustainable growth and success in remote monitoring programs.

Communication Gaps between Providers and Patients:
Effective communication lies at the core of exceptional healthcare delivery. Recognizing this, the Implicity platform streamlines data review and facilitates real-time communication of results. By bridging the gap between providers and patients, Implicity enhances care coordination, ensuring seamless communication for improved patient-provider relationships.

By embracing the transformative CRM solution offered by Implicity, clinics can alleviate administrative burdens, enhance staff efficiency, streamline data management, achieve financial stability, and dedicate more time to direct patient care. It’s time to unlock the full potential of remote monitoring and revolutionize care like never before.

By: Megan Grosz


1Varma N, Marijon E, Abraham A, Ibnouhsein I, Bonnet J-L, Rosier A, Singh Heart Rhythm Journal, LB-456088-2, in press, May 16, 2023 The original abstract results can be found here. Differences in results with HRS presentation are due to methodological improvements.
2Implicity data. Staff productivity increased after two years of using the Implicity platform, based on data from 56 medical centers
3Jay Ganji, MD, FACC, Cardiologist, Piedmont Cardiovascular, November 2022.

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