Remote monitoring and clinical outcomes: details on information flow and workflow in the IN-TIME study

@inproceedings{Husser2018RemoteMA,
  title={Remote monitoring and clinical outcomes: details on information flow and workflow in the IN-TIME study},
  author={Daniela Husser and Johann Christoph Geller and Milo{\vs} T{\'a}borsk{\'y} and Rolf Schomburg and Frank Bode and Jens Cosedis Nielsen and Christoph Stellbrink and Carsten Meincke and S{\o}ren Pihlkj{\ae}r Hjortsh{\o}j and Juergen Schrader and Thorsten Lewalter and Gerhard Hindricks},
  booktitle={European heart journal. Quality of care & clinical outcomes},
  year={2018}
}
Aims Randomized clinical trials investigating a possible outcome effect of remote monitoring in patients with implantable defibrillators have shown conflicting results. This study analyses information flow and workflow details from IN-TIME and discusses whether differences of message content, information speed and completeness, and workflow may contribute to the heterogeneous results. Methods and results IN-TIME randomized 664 patients with an implantable cardioverter/defibrillator indication… CONTINUE READING
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