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Your Implant ID Card


Implant ID Card

Every implanted patient should have this important card that identifies the make, model and serial number.

If you can’t find yours, contact us and we can help you request a new one.

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Device Monitor

This monitor allows your implanted cardiac device to transmit to your doctor. Often, monitors are included with your implant and other times they need to be requested.

If you do not have one, please click below for assistance in obtaining

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First time?

If you are new to remote monitoring or haven’t had your home monitor plugged in for an extended period of time, we’ll ask you to set up your monitor using the included easy to follow instructions. If you need help with your home monitor, call us toll free at 1 (877) 267 – 1080 or email us at



Not sure where to begin? Have questions? We’re here to help!

Looking for more?

While not required, some patients like to have more data. Assembled below are some helpful links, video instructions and other data.

+ Abbott (formerly St. Jude)

+ Biotronik

+ Boston Scientific

+ Medtronic

What’s in this for you?

Remote monitoring is proven.

What's in this for you?

+ Benefits of Remote Monitoring of Cardiac Implantable Devices

  • Based on study after study, the Hearth Rhythm Society has issued a Class I recommendation (the highest recommendation they give) for Remote Monitoring of Cardiac Device Patients.
  • Time from clinical event to clinical diagnosis is dramatically reduced according to studys. Remote Monitoring offers comfort in knowing a trained professional is reviewing any abnormality.
  • Visit the hospital less - studies show patients that are remotely monitored spend less time in hospitals, improving your quality of life and limiting hospital expenses.

+ Who's Really Watching?

  • Our techs are IBHRE Certified device technicans. This means they have years of experience working with patients with implants and are highly skilled at spotting trends.
  • Our techs have one job: provide world-class remote monitoring. By focusing on cardiac device transmissions, they are the best at identifying and escalating potential threats.