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With increasing indications and access to cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIEDs) worldwide, the number of patients needing CIED follow up continues to rise. In parallel, the technology available for managing these devices has advanced considerably. In this setting, remote monitoring (RM) has emerged as a complement to routine in-office care. Rigorous studies, randomized and otherwise, have demonstrated advantages to CIED patient management systems which incorporates RM resulting indoi:10.1016/j.tcm.2016.03.012 pmid:27134007 pmcid:PMC4958580 fatcat:dbd47ubzojbgvpll2b6blkj4im