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Myocardial Infarction

This program is for managing and engaging patients who have experienced a myocardial infarction. It may be used at any time following diagnosis. However, we recommend this program for patients who are newly diagnosed (< 90 days) or who have experienced an acute episode or intervention within the past 90 days.

Program Goals

  • Mitigation of future events and prevention of sequelae through aggressive secondary prevention efforts
  • Achieve satisfactory improvement of quality measures, including decreased 30-day mortality and decreased 30-day readmissions for MI
  • Improve patient satisfaction and quality of life through improved self-care methods (including medication adherence and compliance with treatment plan) and improve fund of knowledge
  • Control and decrease cost of care through early intervention
  • Return patient to previous function or better
  • Decrease cost of care through assessments, engagement interventions, and clincal pathways as well as referrals for appropriate continuation of care. Reduce mortality and morbidity

Program Details

  • Digital Check-Ins: 2 times/week for 90 days
  • Pathways: 6
  • Risk Alerts: Disease Mgmt: 54, Physical Wellness: 24, Emotional Health: 12
  • Assessments: PHQ-9, GAD-7

What's in a Program — A Deeper Dive

Programs contain proprietary clinical content, rules, and configuration settings that leverage the features of the RoundingWell platform.



RoundingWell Pathways facilitate efficient patient management. Whether it’s disease management, or physical or emotional health needs, evidence-based protocols guide clinicians through every step in a protocol.


Pathways put protocol into action

Backed by clinical literature, programs include pathways that extend evidence-based guidelines and best practices throughout the care continuum.

BYOP — Bring your own pathways

Customers can further modify a program’s pathways to suit their organization’s needs. Also, customers can convert their own protocols and policies into our actionable pathway format.


Documentation that almost writes itself

As clinicians assign tasks, complete tasks, capture task notes and communicate with other clinicians, care management documentation is being timestamped and logged for automatic export back to the patient’s chart in the EHR.


Digital Check-Ins

Whether a patient is managing a chronic condition or they’ve been recently discharged, RoundingWell is effective at connecting with patients between visits through lightweight digital touches called Check-Ins.


Direct to the patient—or caregiver

Questions are automatically sent to patients or an approved caregiver to assess their current health status and to screen for specific needs. Education content tailored to the patient informs them about their disease, condition, and treatment plan.


Reduce complications, proactively

By syncing to the patient’s current setting and treatment phase, RoundingWell Check-Ins help anticipate patient needs. Check-Ins incorporate notifications, screenings, and direct messages. Any potential patient-reported complications will trigger risk alerts.


Risk Alerts

Risk Alerts can be auto-triggered from rule-based EMR data or from patient-generated data from Check-Ins. Actionable alerts enable clinicians to practice exception-based care.

Risk List
Mobile Risk List

Alerts auto-trigger pathways

Once a risk is identified, RoundingWell automatically triggers a pathway if one exists. Also, customers have control over what alerts are identified, and clinicians are able to sort and filter their alerts.

EHR Integeration

EHR Integration

Bi-directional integration streamlines workflows through automation and improves the efficiency of your clinician teams as they manage patients.


Auto-populate patient profiles

Segmenting your population is helpful in tracking care programs, assigning patients to a clinician or team, comparing patient groups, tracking and comparing performance, etc.


Auto-trigger important workflows

If the clinical data is available, RoundingWell can automatically trigger risk alerts and pathways based on EHR data.

Eliminate Duplicate Documentation

Eliminate double documentation

Activity captured in RoundingWell is timestamped and logged for automatic export back to the patient chart in the EHR (via ORU messages).



Capture electronic assessments and screenings, such as PHQ-9, GAD-7, TICS, and PAM. Assessments are scored, which can then trigger risk alerts or prompt other actions in a workflow.

Patient Assessments

Worklists & Reports

Patients automatically appear on a worklist when they match the inclusion rule(s) for that list. Reports uncover clinician and team adherence to standardized protocols.

Patient Reports

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