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Mistakes to Avoid When Choosing Your Cardiac Monitoring Provider

Ambulatory cardiac monitoring is becoming a service that more physicians are offering as a part of a standard of care. With advances in mobile cardiac telemetry (MCT), it has become easier to provide cardiac monitoring services, and these advances are making the services more effective for patients who have experienced cardiac related issues. With the […]

By |August 1st, 2015|Cardiac Monitoring, Mobile Cardiac Telemetry|

Heart Palpitations Vs. Heart Arrhythmias

One of the most important vital organs in the human body is the heart. It is a muscle that pumps to all parts throughout the body. The blood being pumped throughout your body provides the oxygen and nutrients it needs to survive. Your heart beat is the sound of the heart pumping the blood throughout […]

By |July 24th, 2015|Heart Arrhythmia, Heart Health Tips|

Space Programs

When the International Space Station’s Cardiolab needed monitoring equipment they looked no further than Medicomp. Use of Medicomp’s Holter Monitors and Epicardia system had been such a successful part of the Mir Space Station’s physiolab, the team of French scientists at CNES asked Medicomp to be a part of the their Cardiolab aboard the International […]

By |April 29th, 2014|Case Studies|

Identifying and Documenting Cardiac Events “Justification for a Pacemaker”

Reducing the Time to Diagnosis & Treatment
Hospital/Institution: Cardiovascular Consultants of Vincennes
Location: Vincennes, IN
CardioPAL™ SAVI Case Study

80 year old female with a past medical history of coronary artery disease, posterolateral wall MI, persistent atrial fibrillation, hypothyroidism, hyperlipidemia, and a four year history of unexplained syncopal episodes. In 2003, she presented to her physician having reported two […]

By |April 26th, 2014|Case Studies|

Enhancing the Cardiac Diagnostic Yield through Rate, Rhythm, QRS Morphology, & P-Wave Analysis

Matching Technology to the Patient’s Needs
Author: Tina Flowers
Position: Nursing/Office Manager
Hospital/Institution: Edward W. Leahey, M.D., P.A., F.A.C.C
CardioPAL™ SAVI Case Study

Female patient, 29 years of age, 28 weeks pregnant presented with complaints of an irregular heart beat described as, “racing on and off” throughout the past few months. “It usually happens everyday and lasts for just a […]

By |April 26th, 2014|Case Studies|

Mid-Atlantic Cardiovascular Network Solution

Large Cardiovascular Group
Greater Baltimore, Maryland Area
Savings = $400,000

Organization Structure
Eleven locations comprised of 63 Cardiologists
Provides 44% of all cardiology services in the State of Maryland
Approximately 600 Holters scanned per month
Currently networked via T-1 and T-3 connections

Organization Objective
Network 11 locations utilizing existing network lines
Share Holter scanning duties
Improve turnaround times
Increase scanning speed
Have fewer repeat procedures
Free up technicians to […]

By |April 22nd, 2014|Network Solutions|

Kaiser Mid-Atlantic Network Solution

Large Hospital Network
Northern Virginia Southern Maryland Region
Savings = $170,000

Organization Structure
This organization is a large hospital system that provides more than 500,000 customers in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C. with health care plans and services. The company is affiliated with nearly 900 physicians across 35 hospitals and medical offices in the mid-Atlantic region. They have an […]

By |April 22nd, 2014|Network Solutions|

Kaiser Permanente Network Solution

Medicomp’s exceptional technological capabilities enabled the creation of the world’s largest and most advanced Holter network system, interconnecting Kaiser’s 27 hospitals throughout Northern California. The network is comprised of four central scanning sites located in Sacramento, Oakland, San Francisco and Santa Clara, and 23 remote editing or report stations.

This unprecedented achievement allowed a patient to […]

By |April 22nd, 2014|Network Solutions|