Acute Trust acquires C.Net5000 monitors
Cardionetics is delighted to announce that a major acute trust has just acquired two C.Net5000 monitors for their stroke unit.
The decision to proceed was made after both the acute stroke unit and the cardiology/electrophysiology units had a C.Net 5000 on trial for a couple of months.
The need for stroke units and stroke rehabilitation units to have immediate access to a 24h ECG monitor to identify paroxysmal AF is becoming greater and greater while cardiology units are finding providing an immediate service is more and more challenging.
We predict that more acute trusts will be interested in the C.Net5000 over the next couple of years.
We are delighted to visit and introduce the monitors and leave them with the clinicians to trial before any decisions need to be made. Cardionetics now offers a service agreement that means no initial resources need to be raised.
The service agreements have no minimum term so the trust can end the arrangement with a month’s notice at any time.
This approach to reducing the financial risk of introducing innovation into the NHS is helping a cash limited service provide support across the trust.