News | May 08, 2009

Allina Health System Selects Synapse ProSolv Cardiovascular

May 8, 2009 - ProSolv CardioVascular said Allina Hospitals and Clinics in Minneapolis, Minn., recently selected the Synapse ProSolv cardiovascular solution to become its enterprise cardiovascular system.

This system will be used at all of Allina’s hospitals providing cardiovascular services and by three different cardiology groups providing services within Allina. By implementing Synapse ProSolv cardiovascular, the health system will benefit from the ease of use and support, as well as long-term financial savings that a single, unified product provides versus the use of the myriad, multi-vendor systems currently in place.

The initiative to consolidate all cardiovascular image and information management systems into one is driven by Allina’s desire to streamline cardiovascular staff workflow, as well to benefit from the significant financial and time management gains that result from supporting one system instead of many. Allina said it was driven to the Synapse ProSolv cardiovascular solution for a number of reasons, including their advanced system architecture and ability to deliver a long-term sustainable product.

Allina Health System completes almost 100,000 cardiovascular imaging exams annually. The Synapse ProSolv cardiovascular system will be used for cardiac catheterization, echocardiography, vascular ultrasound and nuclear cardiology imaging. The Web-based, vendor- and hardware-neutral, software-only solution offers users a single point of entry to instant image viewing, advanced quantification and reporting capabilities from any location. With the single common database design, clinicians and staff are able to easily access the information they need to work efficiently and deliver superior care.

For more information: www.prosolv.com

Related Content

Healthcare cybersecurity concerns have increased dramatically as EMRs and medical devices become more digitally connected.

Healthcare cybersecurity concerns have increased dramatically as EMRs and medical devices become more digitally connected.

Feature | Cybersecurity| August 18, 2017 | Dave Fornell
August 17, 2017 — Cybersecurity has become a growing concern in healthcare as patient data, medical systems and impla
ScImage Awarded U.S. Government DIN-PACS IV Contract
News | PACS| August 16, 2017
ScImage Inc. was recently awarded a new DIN-PACS IV (Digital Imaging Network/Picture Archiving and Communications...
The Centricity Cardio Enterprise (CCE) Interactive Guide offers information on GE's cardiovascular information system (CVIS)
News | Cardiac PACS| July 28, 2017
July 28, 2017 — GE Healthcare has released the eight-page...
WVU Medicine Deploys Enterprise PACS from ScImage
News | Cardiac PACS| July 24, 2017
ScImage Inc. recently announced West Virginia University Health System has partnered with ScImage to utilize ScImage’s...
Innovative Cardiovascular Ultrasound Solutions Showcased at ASE 28th Annual Scientific Sessions
News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound| June 01, 2017
June 1, 2017 — More than 50 companies and organizations will display their latest products and services at the Americ
Memorial Hospital of Gulfport used a McKesson, Change Healthcare, cardiovascular information system (CVIS) to improve workflow efficiency

Memorial Hospital has increased efficiency using a single cardiovascular information management database. 

Sponsored Content | Case Study | Cardiac PACS| May 23, 2017
Located along Mississippi’s Gulf Coast, Memorial Hospital at Gulfport is a nonprofit, 445-bed facility originally est
News | Information Technology| May 11, 2017
McKesson Imaging & Workflow Solutions, an industry leader in providing healthcare IT and imaging solutions, is...
DASpecialists and Lumedx partner for data abstraction and support services for cardiovascular registries, NCDR, ACC, STS
News | Cardiac PACS| May 05, 2017
May 5, 2017 — DASpecialists LLC, a provider of data abstraction and support services for mandated or voluntary cardio

Physicians will need to use a CMS-certified appropriate use criteria (AUC) clinical decision support software that documents the appropriateness of an imaging order to receive full reimbursement for Medicare patients starting Jan. 1, 2018.

Feature | Cardiac Imaging| April 18, 2017 | Dave Fornell
As part of U.S. healthcare reform efforts, starting Jan.
Sponsored Content | Videos | Analytics Software| April 13, 2017
The shift to value-based payment models requires focused attention on quality and cost.
Overlay Init