News | August 21, 2007

LUMEDX Creates New Cardiology Transplant Software

August 22, 2007 - LUMEDX Corp., a provider of fully integrated cardiovascular information systems, recently introduced the Cardiac Transplant solution, a cardiology software that automates donor/recipient record keeping for heart transplant centers, reportedly helping to streamline and simplify the process of collecting and managing adult cardiac transplant patient data from first consultation through evaluation, activation, transplant and post-transplant follow-up visits.

The Cardiac Transplant solution is an integrated part of LUMEDX's comprehensive suite of cardiovascular imaging and information management tools. This integration produces a comprehensive patient record, reportedly permitting heart center staff to seamlessly access, view and manage all events that have occurred across the cardiovascular service line.

The Cardiac Transplant Module also allows the heart transplant center to track all donation offers and actual donor information for each patient, enabling the center to meet government record-keeping requirements. By automating, structuring and streamlining the process to collect information and record results, heart transplant centers can track, understand and manage outcomes, as well as document quality of performance to patients, physicians, hospital administration, insurance carriers and government.

For more information: www.lumedx.com

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