Many patients with chronic heart failure (CHF) receive life-saving therapy from implantable Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (CRT) devices. Although clinicians have access to critical health data captured and transmitted by these devices, patients remain largely unaware of their device’s function. Our study employed co-design as a method to build a patient-facing dashboard, generated from remotely transmitted data from the device, which can make device status as well as actionable health data accessible to the patients.
Learning Objective 1: Identify patient preferences for receiving CIED remote monitoring information with the goal of making remote monitoring data accessible, comprehensible, and useful to patients.
Tammy Toscos, Parkview Health
Elizabeth Martin, Parkview Health
Ryan Ahmed (Presenter)
Romisa Rohani Ghahari, Parkview Health
Shauna Wagner, Parkview Health
Richard Holden, IUPUI
Michael Mirro, Parkview Health