Sponsored Content | Case Study | Information Technology | January 10, 2023

Single-Database Cardiology Platform Drives Efficient Workflow and Improves Data Access

Organizations relying on multiple cardiovascular systems might find it difficult to onboard new facilities because disparate systems don’t easily communicate with each other.

This case study from Change Healthcare presents the following:

Customer: Washington Health System Washington, PA

Challenge: Inefficient cardiovascular workflows, redundant data entry, and an outdated paper reporting system

Products: Change Healthcare Cardiology Hemo, Change Healthcare Cardiology Echo, Change Healthcare Cardiology ECG Management, Change Healthcare Cardiology Analytics

Results:

• Created a single database for all cardiovascular data across multiple sites

• Eliminated frequent use of dictation by updating records during the procedure

• Streamlined registry submissions and documentation with ongoing data aggregation

• Increased EP reporting compliance with ICD guidelines from 65.6% to 100% in six months

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