News | January 29, 2015

Merge's Cardiology PACS Named Best in KLAS for 2014

Hemodynamic solution ranked category leader fourth consecutive year

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Merge Hemo image courtesy of Merge Healthcare Inc.

January 29, 2015 — Merge Healthcare Inc. announced that Merge Cardio has been named Best in KLAS for the cardiology software category in the "2014 Best in KLAS: Software & Services" report. In addition, Merge Hemo has been named the KLAS Category Leader in Cardiology Hemodynamics. This marks the second and fourth consecutive wins for Merge Cardio and Merge Hemo, respectively.

Merge Cardio, implemented in over 200 organizations, gives providers the ability to access and manage patients' digital integrated cardiovascular record from a centralized, Web-based system. Merge Hemo automates cath lab processes into an electronic health record to enable efficient workflow, and is currently running in more than 500 cardiac cath labs in some of the country's largest health systems.

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