Associazione Nazionale Medici Cardiologi Ospedalieri

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THE IMPACT OF HEART FAILURE ON QUALITY OF LIFE: A MIXED METHOD STUDY
Anno:
2024
INTRODUCTION: Heart failure (HF) is a significant global health problem, affecting over 64,000 people annually and resulting in high mortality rates (Savarese et al., 2023). However, for those receiving follow-up care, there is a 20% increase in 5-year survival (Braunwald, 2013). Globally, heart failure affects 1-3% of the population…
HOW TO IMPLEMENT TELEMEDICINE IN A HEALTHCARE TRUST: THE “TEELEMEBII” STRATEGY
Anno:
2024
In this abstract we describe the “TEELEMEBII’ strategy adopted by Healthcare Trust Bergamo Est to allow Telemedicine ‘s development and to encourage a new healthcare managment model (the results obtained in terms of telemedicine processes activated are riported in a dedicated abstract). The “TEELEMEBII’ strategy is composed of 7…
IMPLEMENTATION OF TELEMEDICINE IN ASST BERGAMO EST: RESULTS ACHIEVED
Anno:
2024
The Healthcare Trust Bergamo Est (ASST-bergamo Est) started a telemedicine project in 2020, setting up a Telemedicine Team and a managment model called “TEELEMEBII strategy” (see dedicated abstract). Three years after their establishment, the four minimum Telemedicine services required by the legislation, are active: Televisit, Teleconsultation, Home monitoring, Teleassistance…
TELECUORE: FEASIBILITY OF A HOSPITAL-TERRITORIAL TELEMEDICINE PROJECT IN CHRONIC HEART FAILURE
Anno:
2024
BACKGROUND Since February 2023, Cardiology department of AUSL Piacenza has started a telemedicine project named “TeleCuore,” aimed at exploring the impact of a multiparametric telemonitoring system on the management of patients affected by chronic heart failure (CHF). OBJECTIVES assess organizational sustainability, satisfaction among involved figures, and the clinical impact…
ATRIAL FIBRILLATION IN A CIED POPULATION: RESULTS FROM A TELEMONITORING FOLLOW-UP
Anno:
2024
Background: telemedicine has emerged as a crucial tool in managing patients with Cardiac Implantable Electronic Devices (CIED), addressing the common challenge of the Atrial Fibrillation (AF) in cardiology. The incidence of AF in CIED recipients varies widely (30-70%), influenced by implant indication, device type, and population characteristics. This study…