Innovative Care Management Approach to Patient Engagement Improves Outcomes Among Cardiac Patients

Innovative Care Management Approach to Patient Engagement Improves Outcomes Among Cardiac Patients

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Physicians seeking to improve outcomes of some of their most at-risk patients – Medicare recipients with multiple chronic conditions – are finding that improving patient engagement through remote monitoring not only benefits the patient, it also adds to their bottom line. 

“Innovation in Care Management: Novel Patient Engagement Yields Better Outcomes” will be the topic of the Lunch Symposium presentation on Thursday, February 6th at the American College of Cardiology’s Cardiovascular Summit taking place February 6-8 in Washington, DC. 

Randy Durbin, DO, Vice President of Medical Affairs at Karna LLC, will discuss a retrospective analysis covering three years of discharge data that compared patients monitored through ChronicCareIQ technology compared to standard of care. Results from the study include reductions in acute utilization for CHF, AMI and all cause cardiac hospitalizations, and cost savings estimates to Medicare. 

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