Watch this presentation with Dr. John Rogers, Co-Chairman of the Scripps Institute of Cardiology Program, who shares how he selects the most appropriate cardiac monitors for his patients.
Hear how the Zio XT long-term continuous monitor and the Zio AT MCT monitor have impacted his timeliness to clinical intervention and improved patient compliance.
Also hear how implementing the Zio platform has freed up time for him and his staff.
John Rogers, MD, FACC, FHRS
Co-Chairman of the Scripps Clinic Medical Group, Cardiology
Division of Cardiovascular Diseases Director, Cardiac Pacing and Tachyarrhythmia Device Therapy
Dr. Rogers discusses how frequency of symptoms dictates his monitoring selection.
At Scripps Clinic, high patient compliance with Zio monitors enables faster diagnosis, facilitates easier workflows, and allows more time for other procedures.
Dr. John Rogers, Scripps cardiologist has been in practice since 1996. Board certified in Cardiovascular Disease, Dr. Rogers has special expertise in heart rhythm monitoring, syncope, electrophysiology and implantation of implantable cardiac monitors, pacemakers, internal cardiac defibrillators (ICDs) and CRT devices.
At Scripps, Dr. Rogers serves as the Co-Chair of the Division of Cardiology and as the Director of Cardiac Pacing and Tachyarrhythmia Device Therapy. Dr. Rogers has numerous publications and is frequently invited to speak at meetings both in the U.S. and internationally.
Dr. Rogers is President of the San Diego Chapter of the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association. He is a long-time advocate of cardiac screenings for youth, about which he has frequently lectured at symposiums across the country.
As Medical Director of the Eric Paredes Save a Life Foundation, he oversees a volunteer medical team that has provided free heart screenings to more than 35,000 youth ages 12 to 25 since 2010. Dr. Rogers was named the 2014 Hero for Young Hearts Champion by Parent Heart Watch, the national voice of sudden cardiac arrest prevention in youth.