CV Web 3.0 Aids Physicians to Quickly Access, Act on Patient’s Cardiology Records

 

March 18, 2013

March 18, 2013 — GE Healthcare introduced its CV Web 3.0, an interactive, Web-based electrocardiogram (ECG) management software, at ACC.13. It helps physicians access and act on their patients’ cardiology records via a personal computer (PC) or iPad Web browser. Regardless of location, doctors can quickly and securely review multiple cardiology tests from an easy-to-use interface.

Hospitals have a highly mobile workforce, so physicians may be away from a workstation or bedside when clinical decisions are required. With CV Web 3.0, remote doctors can quickly view, edit and confirm patients’ resting, exercise and Holter ECG results delivered from the GE Healthcare MUSE Cardiology Information System, which acts as a central hub for a hospital’s ECG records. This allows for timely clinical decisions regarding patient care and treatment, and provides important information to the clinician at the point of need.

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