"CaRM continues to help care teams be more efficient in managing and responding to their patients' cardiac remote monitoring data," said Ravi Kartan, president and CEO of Optimize EP. "Our software functions with a very sophisticated set of algorithms, and with these new upgrades, we're adding another layer of valuable information that physicians can use to make more informed diagnostic decisions for their cardiac device patients."
CaRM is a cloud-based software that streamlines cardiac device data from Abbott, BIOTRONIK, Boston Scientific Corp., Medtronic plc, and iRhythm into one program to simplify data management, reimbursement, and billing processes. The software upgrade ensures all vital patient data collected from cardiac monitors, pacemakers, and defibrillators, including body temperature and pulse rate variations that are often indicators of infection, is routed through CaRM to help care teams better monitor patients, coordinate care with other providers, and alert patients of potential health issues.
As remote cardiac monitoring technologies improve and advance, Optimize EP remains dedicated to expanding CaRM's capabilities to provide physicians, nurses, and care teams with comprehensive data management, simplified workflows, and more time to focus on delivering the best possible patient care.