GE Healthcare released its new MUSE ECG management platform, MUSE v9, at the American College of Cardiology (ACC) 2016 meeting. IT new capabilities that allow clinicians better access to all ECG waveforms and related data from multiple vendors, devices and test types. From resting ECG to stress to new devices like Holter monitor patches and wearables, cardiologists can now review all test types of ECGs consolidated under a single patient record.
MUSE v9 has also opened its doors to multiple communication protocols and now uses HL7 or DICOM to access orders and send test results to the hospital EMRs and archival systems. Other key benefits include a new A/D Connect (LDAP) capability and an enhanced audit and configuration change logging to simplify user management and improve security and privacy compliance.
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