New study finds cost savings and improved AF detection rates with remote cardiac monitoring – News


Philips offers a full range of clinically validated ambulatory cardiac diagnostic and monitoring services, as well as stroke care solutions that provide state-of-the-art data analysis and management to help make care delivery more comprehensive, accurate and efficient. These solutions aim to connect information, technology and people across cardiac and stroke care journeys, enabling healthcare teams to work quickly and act decisively to deliver the best treatment to patients. The new research results illustrate the company’s strong commitment to continued innovation in this area.

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[1] Difference in cost per patient with detected AF monitored with ILR ($228,507) minus cost per patient with detected AF using the MCOT patch ($29,598). Medic G, Kotsopoulos N, Connolly MP, Lavelle J, Norlock V, Wadhwa M, Mohr BA, Derkac WM. Mobile Cardiac Ambulatory Telemetry Patch vs Implantable Loop Recorder in Cryptogenic Stroke Patients in the United States – Cost Minimization Model. Medical devices (Auckl). 2021 Dec 18;14:445-458. doi: 10.2147/MDER.S337142. PMID: 34955658; PMCID: PMC8694406.

[2] Feigin VL, Brainin M, Norrving B, Martins S, Sacco RL, Hacke W, Fisher M, Pandian J, Lindsay P. World Stroke Organization (WSO): Global Stroke Fact Sheet 2022. Int J Stroke. Jan 2022;17(1):18-29. doi: 10.1177/17474930211065917. PMID: 34986727.

[3] Finsterer J. Management of cryptogenic strokes. Acta Neurol Belgium. 2010 Jun;110(2):135-47. PMID: 20873443.

[4] Oladiran O, Nwosu I. Stroke risk stratification in atrial fibrillation: a review of common risk factors. J Community Hospital Intern Med Perspect. 2019;9(2):113-120. Published April 12, 2019. doi:10.1080/20009666.2019.1593781


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