Patients are the heartbeat of our work.
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Our communications team talks with remotely monitored cardiac device patients and their caretakers every day via phone, text, and email.
PaceMate™ Supports You
The PaceMate™ communications team has partnered with your doctor, nurses, and other staff to help remotely monitor your implanted cardiac device.
PaceMate™ may call you if we’re notified that your home transmitter is not connecting or if your doctor has requested a transmission.
Daily Monitoring + Scheduled Transmissions
Each day, your cardiac device monitors your heart rhythm, collects valuable data, and reports irregularities to your doctor. PaceMate™ manages all device data, including scheduled cardiac device reports—called remote transmissions.
Patient Resource Library
How Does My Wireless Monitor Work?
by Rebecca N. Revell, RN, BSN, CCDS Manufacturers of implanted cardiac device have tried to make remote monitoring more convenient for patients and caregivers by automating data transfer. Most implanted devices now offer this automatic monitoring through either...
How Does My Non-Wireless Monitor Work?
by Rebecca N. Revell, RN, BSN, CCDS Nearly all remote monitoring equipment allows patients or caregivers to send patient-initiated, or manual transmissions. For some implanted cardiac devices, patient-initiated transmissions are the only way that the remote monitoring...
The Experts Agree: Remote Monitoring Improves Healthcare
by Rebecca N. Revell, RN, BSN, CCDS, PaceMate™ Director of Communication Services, and Robin Leahy, MSPH, BSN, RN, FHRS, CCDS, PaceMate™ Vice President of Customer Experience Based on scientific studies, doctors and healthcare experts recommend that patients with...