CVIS System to be Showcased at ACC
March 11, 2011 – DR Systems will exhibit its Unity Cardiovascular Information System (CVIS) at next month’s American College of Cardiology (ACC) meeting.
The system provides a cost effective, comprehensive cardiology solution for institutions that need a new cardiology system whether replacing aging, limited systems or moving from tape to a digital solution.
It is based on open-standards and technology. This enables cardiologists to integrate patient information and images from multiple departments and data sources into one common platform and database.
Live demonstrations can be seen at the company’s booth during the annual ACC scientific session and expo, April 3-5 in New Orleans.
Utilizing open standards and technology, Unity CVIS is based on a 2010 top-ranked KLAS product category solution. It enables organizations to integrate patient information and images from multiple departments and data sources into one common platform and database.
• Ability to add a wide range of vendor devices or solutions. With its open architecture and integration capabilities, the system gives facilities the ability to adapt to evolving healthcare and technology needs.
• Comprehensive, longitudinal views of patient data. It integrates images and patient information from disparate sources, meaning cardiologists can view all relevant imaging and non-imaging patient data on a single platform.
• Information to improve productivity and overall management. Itoffers a Management Reports module to enable facilities to gather data, generate productivity and usage reports, and perform workflow and department analysis.
Among its capabilities:
• Multi-modality support for cardiac and vascular ultrasound, X-ray angiography, coronary CT and MR angiography, nuclear cardiology and electrocardiography (ECG)
• Advanced imaging manipulation
• Integrated clinical reporting
• Point-of-care access to patients' demographic, history, physical, admission, order and results data.
"Our emphasis on consolidation and integration means improved user data-access, improved patient care and safety, and departmental efficiency," said John Conklin, cardiology program director for DR Systems. "It also means a system designed for the kind of workflow and dataflow that cardiologists want and expect."
For more information: www.drsys.com