News | Cardiovascular Information Systems (CVIS) | May 05, 2017

Lumedx, DASpecialists Partner to Enhance Cardiovascular Registries Data Collection

Cardiovascular registries data collection and information leaders collaborate to create solutions for hospitals

DASpecialists and Lumedx partner for data abstraction and support services for cardiovascular registries, NCDR, ACC, STS

May 5, 2017 — DASpecialists LLC, a provider of data abstraction and support services for mandated or voluntary cardiovascular registries, and cardiovascular information system vendor Lumedx Corp. announced they are partnering to create solutions for cardiovascular data management for U.S. hospitals.

The partnership brings together DASpecialists’ expertise and experienced clinical nurse analysts for both the ACC NCDR and STS data registries with Lumedx’s unique suite of cardiology data analytics, integration and registry tools. 

“This collaboration will provide DASpecialists and Lumedx hospital customers expanded and multiple affordable solutions for data collection and reporting requirements. With today’s budgetary constraints and the expanded reporting requirements for 2017, both companies will increase the level of customer service and value hospitals require.” said Pamela Rottman, president of DASpecialists.

Lumedx said the new partnership will allow the company to deliver greater value to its customers.

“Lumedx ’s cardiovascular registry and clinical workflow solutions help hospitals meet reporting requirements while improving efficiency and supporting quality of care. DASpecialists’ services are a perfect complement to Lumedx ’s offerings. In fact, DASpecialists are providing data abstraction services for several of our customers currently, and these hospitals are very pleased,” said Gwendelyn Korney, VP of corporate accounts at Lumedx .

Read the article “New Report Highlights National Trends in Heart Disease Treatments,” which shows how national cardiac registries can show trends in care.

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