Technology | Cardiac PACS | March 30, 2016

Digisonics Introduces New CVIS Enhancements at ACC.16

Hemodynamic systems integration, display tablet and procedure diagrams designed to streamline workflow

March 30, 2016 — Digisonics will exhibit its latest functionality for cardiovascular information system (CVIS) solutions at the American College of Cardiology’s (ACC) 65th annual scientific session and expo, April 2-4 in Chicago. 

Digisonics will showcase significant enhancements to streamline cardiovascular workflows, particularly for adult and pediatric cath labs.  Integration with hemodynamics systems creates workflow efficiency by autopopulating demographics, hemodynamic measurements, medications and other data directly into clinical reports. An interactive display tablet with drawing pen provides an easy way to label and reference coronary anatomy. A complete library of Mullins congenital heart and peripheral vascular procedure-based diagrams can be edited to display in the cardiovascular reports.

Utilizing a consistent, structured format for cardiovascular reporting creates a solid database for data mining with the Digisonics Search and Business Analytics Package. Clinicians use the Digisonics tool to gain insight into patient populations, measure performance, determine areas for improvement and plan for future growth.

Digisonics solutions are standards-based and vendor-neutral, combining image review, structured reporting, an integrated clinical database and picture archiving and communication system (PACS) image archive into one complete solution for all cardiovascular modalities. Coupled with seamless integration to incumbent third-party systems, the Digisonics system creates a streamlined workflow to facilitate improved efficiency, greater reporting accuracy and faster report turnaround times.

For more information: www.digisonics.com

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