Wireless DX Monitoring: CMS –This a Company That Should Not Be Eligible for Medicare Payments!
Wireless DX Monitoring states it provides cardiac event monitoring. However CRE has been advised that its services are virtually worthless. One of our readers was provided with a unit that had a deficient battery. The battery was replaced but the unit was not providing information to the recording units. The problem—the user was not in a service area serviced primarily by AT & T.
A new recording device was provided with two sets of batteries both of which were to work for nearly a week. The first set of batteries died in two days as did the second set of batteries.
How many patients are going to sustain cardiac problems as a result of the lack of efficient monitoring? What costs are Medicare going to endure as a result of faulty equipment? Who is liable if corrective actions are not taken immediately?
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