Sponsored Content | Webinar | Cardiac PACS| September 16, 2016

WEBINAR: First of Kind Cardiac Rhythm Management in an Enterprise CVIT Solution

This webinar sponsored by GE Healthcare

don woodlock, GE Healthcare, EP CVIS, electrophyiology

Cardiac rhythm management (CRM) data is becoming increasingly important in the management of patients with implantable cardiac devices. Today, this data comes from devices in various formats and sometimes has to be entered into multiple systems. GE Healthcare’s Centricity Cardio Workflow CRM Connect module is the first cardiovascular IT solution with vendor agnostic CRM programmer data import.[1]  With CRM Connect, organizations can help save physician and nurse time by eliminating redundant data entry and helping to facilitate procedural reports. In this webinar, GE Healthcare will explain how organizations can benefit from optimized CRM data workflow and reporting.


The webinar takes place Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016, 2 - 3 p.m. Eastern Time


 


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During this webinar attendees will learn:


• Current workflow challenges

• A best practice, first of kind solution for CRM data import

• How data from these devices helps prepopulate data fields to provide more comprehensive reports


Centricity Cardiology Enterprise[1] is an integrated imaging and workflow solution that provides a unified view of cardiology images, with customizable workflows and the ability to view related radiology images. Centricity Cardio Enterprise provides remote, Web-based access to a patient’s imaging data across specialties, allowing the care team to easily collaborate, regardless of location.[2]


 


Speakers:


Don Woodlock

Vice President and General Manager Cardiology IT

GE Healthcare


Woodlock oversees strategy, product development, commercialization activities and overall market, customer and financial results for cardiology IT. This large global segment of GE Healthcare IT delivers high-value enterprise imaging, workflow, and administrative IT solutions for cardiology service lines including cath labs, CV ultrasound, electrophysiology, peripheral vascular, and nuclear medicine. Woodlock has logged 25 years in nearly all segments of the healthcare IT market and is a popular video lecturer on systems dynamics around the world, with more than 95,000 views. He periodically lectures at Cornell University on system dynamics.



Omar Sunna

Director Product Management Cardiology IT

GE Healthcare


Omar Sunna is the director of global product management for cardiovascular IT solutions at GE Healthcare IT. In this role, he is responsible for understanding customer needs, technology trends, and market challenge to drive new product strategy and execute on development roadmap. With over 17 years of cardiovascular experience, Omar is passionate about providing customers technology solutions that solves their challenges and supports them in providing the best care possible for patients across the globe. Omar has a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wis., and lives in Chicago.



Cindy Cummens

Solution Consultant Cardiology IT

GE Healthcare


Cindy Cummens is a solution consultant for cardiovascular IT solutions with GE Healthcare IT. In her role she is responsible for CVIT demonstrations of Centricity Cardio Enterprise. The Web-based solution for cardiology physician structured reporting for cath, IPV, EP, CRM, echo, noninvasive ultrasound and NM comprising convergence with Universal Viewer for reviewing a complete patient imaging jacket composed of cardiology and radiology imaging. With over 30+ years of cardiovascular experience including pediatric/adult open heart, ICU, pediatric/adult flight emergency transport and managed cardiac cath/IPV labs for 10 years. Cindy is passionate about patient education and customer relations in the ever changing environment of healthcare.


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References:


1. Centricity Cardio Enterprise is comprised of Centricity Universal Viewer and Centricity Cardio Workflow.

2.  Where an internet connection is available


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