Course Description
Remote Monitoring 101 is a course designed for allied health professionals wanting an in-depth introduction to remote monitoring for cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIEDs) with an emphasis on pacemakers and implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs). This course seeks to provide participants with an understanding of remote device follow-up care, manufacturer specifications, and nuances. Additionally, HRS guidelines and clinician experience are used to provide an understanding of common workflow and clinic practices.

The course will briefly touch on some foundational content regarding device follow-up interpretation, especially in regards to clinician workflow. However, the focus of the content presented is remote monitoring. It is recommended that allied health professionals participating in the course have foundational knowledge in device follow-up interpretation. Topics presented in the course:

  • Remote Monitoring 101
  • The History, the Why, and Types of Remote Monitoring
  • Remote Monitoring: Equipment
  • Remote Monitoring: Getting Started
  • Networks and Navigation
  • Clinician Workflow
  • Transmission Review
  • In Office Follow-up
  • Clinical Case Studies

This course does not qualify for CME/CEU credits.

Additional Information
Live Virtual Course

Small amount of pre and post course work assigned on learning management system. The virtual course will be presented over the course of two consecutive, 4.5 hour days. 12:00 – 4:30 pm EST
*Registration closes 24 hours before class.
*No refunds for cancellations after close of registration.

Self-Paced Virtual Course

Three weeks access to a learning management system where participants will complete a pre-course assessment, watch self-paced video lectures, and then complete a post course assessment. Total course time is approximately 10 -12 hours.

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