Telehealth service for patients after AMI and on anticoagulation treatment

The practice introduces remote monitoring of elderly patients who are hospitalized for acute infarct of myocardium (AMI) in cases of newly diagnosed (or until then unknown diagnosis of) diabetes using telehealth services and patients on anticoagulation treatment. The patients are telemonitored for AMI relapse, unstable angina pectoris and need of further interventional or chirurgic revascularization. This good practice was initiated by experienced cardiologists who recognized need for improvement of care for mostly senior patients hospitalized for acute myocardial infarction (AMI) and other cardiacs. The purpose of the practice is to support patients at home, early detect frequent comorbidity (diabetes) and respond to unwanted development of INR of patients in anticoagulation regime.

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Policy Priorities
Digital tools for citizen empowerment and for person-centred care
Hospitals, International/European public authorities, National public authorities, Nurses, Regional public authorities, Research centres, Specialised physicians, WHO
Geographical Scope
Regional level
Total Budget
€10,000 – 99,999
Available upon request
People reached
250 – 999