Cardiac PACS

McKesson, iPad, CVIS, ECG mobile viewer

Dynamic ECG waveforms displayed on an iPad using McKesson's mobile ECG viewer, which directly connects to the hospital's cardiovascular information system or ECG management system. This technology can help speed triage of STEMI patients, allowing diagnosis anywhere, rather than requiring cardiologists to walk down to an emergency department or drive into the hospital to view the ECG.

Feature | Mobile Devices | June 09, 2016 | Dave Fornell
The ubiquitous smartphone has found its way into the pockets of nearly every clinician and patient in recent years and...
IBISWorld, electronic medical records, EMR software, price, market report

Image courtesy of IBISWorld

News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | June 07, 2016
June 7, 2016 — According to market research firm IBISWorld, the average price of...
ONC, survey, electronic health records, adoption, 2015
News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | June 03, 2016
June 3, 2016 — According to data from a new survey, nearly all of the nation’s hospitals have adopted certified...
anayltics software, health analytics, cath lab analytics, lumedex
Case Study | Analytics Software | May 13, 2016
The hospitals of UnityPoint Health – Des Moines operate under a shared vision “Best outcome for every patient, every...
Siemens Sensis Vibe, hemodyanamics system

Siemens released the Sensis Vibe hemodyanamics system at ACC.16. The newer system offers better integration of cath lab data into cath lab reports and the electronic medical record (EMR).

Feature | ACC | April 25, 2016 | Jon Brubaker, MBA, RCVT, Tom Watson, BS, RCVT, and Sabrina Newell MS, RCS
There were several trends seen in new cardiovascular technologies showcased on the expo floor at the 2016 American...
Videos | ACC | April 15, 2016
DAIC Editor Dave Fornell takes a tour of some of the trends and interesting new technologies from the vendor booths on...
Videos | ACC | April 15, 2016
MDbuyline clinical analyst Tom Watson, BS, RCVT, explains the new technology trends he saw on the expo floor at ACC.16...
Big data in cardiology, social media big data analytics, data mining

Big data, showing correlation between a CDC study on cardiovascular disease and a study conducted based on hostility in Twitter tweets. This demonstrates how big data from social media might be used to in new ways to evaluate population health.

Feature | Information Technology | April 10, 2016 | Dave Fornell
The buzz term “big data” has made a rapid entry onto the healthcare scene in the past couple years with promises of...
ScImage, PicomSentry, PACS security, ACC 2016
Technology | Cardiac PACS | April 01, 2016
April 1, 2016 — ScImage will launch PicomSentry, a preconfigured appliance that enables users to utilize ScImage’s...
Technology | Cardiac PACS | March 30, 2016
March 30, 2016 — Digisonics will exhibit its latest functionality for...
Feature | March 28, 2016 | Matt Peterson
A person’s healthcare records contain a wealth of sensitive information. This does not involve just their medical...
Technology | March 28, 2016
Merge Healthcare, an IBM company, offers award-winning cardiology and hemodynamics solutions that provide a complete...
Technology | Cardiac PACS | March 21, 2016
March 21, 2016 — Core Sound Imaging Inc., provider of Studycast cloud...
Videos | Cardiac PACS | March 21, 2016
Don Woodlock, vice president and general manager of cardiology IT for GE Healthcare, highlights four new innovations...
Videos | Patient Engagement | March 21, 2016
Examples of patient engagement technologies for medical imaging to meet health IT Stage 3 Meaningful Use requirements....
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