Evidence to Action: Considerations for the Implementation of Canadian Remote Monitoring Programs for Cardiac Conditions: A Two-Part Webinar Series — Part 2: Implementation of remote monitoring programs
In the fall of 2021, CADTH published evidence and recommendations on the implementation of remote patient monitoring for cardiac conditions. The focus being on the use of remote monitoring programs for patients with heart failure, atrial fibrillation, or hypertension, or for those who are participating in cardiac rehabilitation.
Join us for a 2-part webinar series with Canadian clinicians, program administrators, and a patient who will share their experience implementing and using remote monitoring programs for cardiac conditions. While these webinars will be of particular interest to policy-makers, health system leaders, and clinicians — everyone is welcome.
Webinar #2 — Implementation of remote monitoring programs
Aaron Naor, MPH
Knowledge Mobilization Officer, CADTH
Roopinder Sandhu, MD, MPH
Associate Professor, Smidt Heart Institute, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and Associate Adjunct Professor of Medicine, University of Alberta
Cindy Fajardo, RN, BScN, MScHI
Lead Clinical Design and Informatics – Patient Access & Clinical Transformation, Ontario Health
Kim Ghaney, RN
Regional Manager – Virtual Care, Eastern Health
Arlene Singh, MHLP, BScN, RN
Senior Clinical Leader – Remote Patient Monitoring – Office of Virtual Health
- Participants will be introduced to considerations in the adoption and implementation of remote monitoring for cardiac conditions.