Reducing Prescriptions

The Internet is a double-edged sword: one side shows how patients can educate themselves on their illness and look up the correct type of treatment, while the other side predicts dire consequences from a common cold and recommends medication for any illness — whether it is borne of bacteria or a virus. As a physician, […]

By |July 30th, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring, Cardiac Monitoring News|

Treating with Compassion

Think of a program that will benefit patients, make your staff happier, and cause referrals to escalate. Sound enticing? What if the program was free? Treating patients with dignity and compassion costs nothing extra, but gives those patients a sense of value and, in their eyes, you become a healing superstar. Read the information below […]

By |July 23rd, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring, Cardiac Monitoring News|

Diogenes Algorithm

Artificial intelligence (AI) has taken center stage in many realms of science. It sounds like a surreal concept that overestimates computers and underestimates human intellect. However, Medicomp’s Diogenes algorithm is artificial intelligence technology at its peak. This remarkable programming marvel is the basis of all Medicomp’s portable cardiac monitors, not just the top-of-the-line models. 

Every patient […]

By |July 16th, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring, Cardiac Monitoring News|

Staying Healthy as a Medical Professional

Caring for your patients is stressful; you take on many of their problems and difficulties throughout the day and even while you are away from the office you still dwell on patient situations. Along with the mental strain, the sheer amount of hours you work negatively impacts your schedule. How can you help yourself stay […]

By |July 2nd, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring News|

TelePatch Cardiac Monitoring System

When Medicomp conceptualized the idea of a new portable cardiac monitor, they brought together the best technology they had contrived in the past, including the stringent beat-for-beat rate, rhythm, morphology, and P-wave analysis indicative of all their monitors, then added all other possible features while addressing the complaints they had heard from customers and physicians […]

By |June 25th, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring News|

Keeping Patient Data Secure

In order to grow a satisfied patient base, it is important to establish a relationship built upon trust. While your words and actions are the most positive source of trust, another — much newer — component of trust is protecting patient data. The telemetry unit specialists at Medicomp share the following information pertaining to your […]

By |June 18th, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring News, Uncategorized|

Discussing Organ Donation

Talking to distraught family members about the possibility of their loved one donating organs is not an easy task. As the primary care physician, begin the conversation well in advance while the patient is in good health. Medicomp, the ambulatory cardiac monitor company, has several suggestions on how to gently guide your patients through the […]

By |June 4th, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring News, Uncategorized|

Following Up With Your Patients

The office visit is usually a rushed affair with a greeting, question and answer session, diagnosis, and, if necessary, a follow-up with medication changes or diagnostic tests. The patient is dismissed, and you move on to the next examination room. Medicomp, the wearable cardiac monitor professionals, has important facts and information pertaining to following up […]

By |May 28th, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring News|

Managing Physicians’ Workloads

Between paperwork, non-clinical duties, and an abundance of patients, physicians have a heavy workload to manage. The telemetry unit team at Medicomp wants to offer a number of ideas to help alleviate some of your workload and allow you more time to do what you do best — taking care of patients.

Set Goals
Write down short-, […]

By |May 21st, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring News|

Speak Up! Communicating with Patients

In the bustling life of a doctor, it seems the niceties of holding a conversation with patients are a thing of the past. However, recent research has proven that open lines of communication between caregivers and patients leads to surprising results — and more positive health outcomes.

Most physicians understand the basics of communication: making […]

By |May 7th, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring, Cardiac Monitoring News|

Diversity in Health Care

When most individuals visit a doctor, they don’t categorize their caretakers as male, female, white, Latino, tall, short, Catholic, or Baptist. They are simply the people who are going to do their best to make that person feel better. Others, however, focus on a team that best resembles their ethnicity or background. It has been […]

By |April 30th, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring News|

Managing an Efficient Clinic

It can be difficult to separate patient care from making a living, but self-employed physicians are asked to tackle this difficult task. Patients deserve the ultimate care, but assessing each patient individually would take hours — if not days — to give them the most precise form of care. Medicomp, cardiac event monitor experts, has […]

By |April 9th, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring News|

Americans and Heart Health

According to the American Heart Association, statistics prove that nearly 50% of Americans are now classified as experiencing some type of heart disease. While this information denotes a sharp rise over previous years, much of the increase is due to a change in guidelines defining high blood pressure as 130/80 rather than 140/90. The additional […]

By |April 2nd, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring News|

Is EVV the Future of Home Health Care?

The 21st Century Cures Act was recently enacted to deter Medicare and Medicaid fraud and increase the amount of technology used in home health care visits. Beginning in 2019, 100% of Medicaid-reimbursed home visits performed by a provider must utilize some form of electronic visit verification (EVV) to be eligible for submission. The ECG monitor […]

By |March 26th, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring News|

Mandated Nursing

In 2004, California passed a state law limiting the number of patients nurses could care for. This law could possibly be enacted nationwide, which has drawn both high praise and criticism from different sanctions. The MCT patch company, Medicomp, wishes to shine a light on both sides of this controversial nurse-to-patient ratio debate to give […]

By |March 4th, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring, Cardiac Monitoring News|

Discharge and Readmission

Traditionally, Americans work a 40-hour week and consider weekends and after-hours as “off-time.” While hospitals are often not as fully staffed during weekends and holidays, patients arrive at all hours and staff must be available to assist these patients. As an ambulatory cardiac monitor provider, Medicomp understands patient needs and the importance of proper patient […]

By |February 25th, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring, Cardiac Monitoring News, Uncategorized|

Yelp Your Doctor: Online Reviews

In the world of Google, Tripadvisor, and Yelp, it’s easy to find a review of something. From the newest iPhone model to doctors, people are eager to share their opinions. Medicomp, experts in ECG monitoring, has learned that several researchers studied online sites in relation to doctors and determined that most reviews are more biased […]

By |February 18th, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring, Cardiac Monitoring News|

Does Process Affect the Patient Experience?

A patient is admitted to the hospital with multiple system failures. Several specialists and their teams are alerted to his arrival and begin their own specific process of admitting and assessing the patient. The situation facing most health care facilities is not the level of care, but the delivery of that care. Each physician has […]

By |February 4th, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring News|

How does Oxidative Stress Affect the Heart?

Free radicals course through our bodies in the form of oxygen atoms not coupled in the traditional “O2” configuration. With a highly reactive valence, they often forcibly pair with electrons within the body, causing cellular, protein, and ultimately, DNA damage. This damage is known as an oxidative reaction and causes great amounts of oxidative stress […]

By |January 29th, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring News|

Is the Employer’s Role in Health Care Changing?

Due to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the health care purchasing role has transitioned from employer to individual. But the ACA is not the only news on the horizon — many employers have stepped up to the challenge of the changing landscape of healthcare with long-range plans. Medicomp, the event patch experts, take a look […]

By |January 22nd, 2019|Cardiac Monitoring News, Uncategorized|