CONGENITAL HEART DEFECT
Congenital Heart Defect
Address Patient Loss to Follow Ups
A patient was 2 years overdue for follow-up. Their pacemaker battery died and they went into cardiac arrest. Patient lost brain function. Outcomes like these can be prevented with a system that identifies patients for contact and preemptive follow-up.
One in hundred babies have congenital heart defect and roughly 40,000 children are born a year with CHD. It is the leading cause of deaths due to birth defects. This defect can affect the structure or the way heart functions. The defect ranges from mild to medium to severe. Severe conditions require surgery immediately and may require lifelong attention. Optimal care varies from occasional monitoring to aggressive interventions based on patient condition specifics.
Answer Important Questions About Congenital Heart Defect
Are you frustrated surgical volumes are not growing?
Are follow-up opportunities being missed?
Are you having difficulties holding on to your patient populations?
Are EHR and surgical registries not providing a cohesive story?
Our solution allows you to identify and contact CHD patients who need follow-up care or additional intervention. This both improves patient lives and creates new revenue for your hospital or health system. A combination of data mining and improved physician workflows both improve management of your CHD population and reduce the manual effort required by your specialists.
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