Technology | Analytics Software | December 11, 2017

New Siemens Healthineers Dashboard Application Provides Insights into Cardiology Operations

Tracks capacity, workflow and supplies in near-real-time to enable improved resource utilization and allocation

New Siemens Healthineers Dashboard Application Provides Insights into Cardiology Operations

December 11, 2017 — Siemens Healthineers has launched teamplay Cardio, a new cardiology analytics dashboard application within the Siemens Healthineers Digital Ecosystem. Part of teamplay — the  company’s cloud-based network that enables access to metrics from a facility’s imaging fleet — this new application helps cardiology departments better understand their performance and status. teamplay Cardio uses actionable data to help identify precise starting points for planning and allocating resources to improve patient flow and physician efficiency.

The teamplay Cardio dashboard application analyzes and navigates near-real-time key performance indicators (KPIs) in the cardiology department through a user-friendly interface. The application collects, combines, processes and harmonizes data from both DICOM and non-DICOM sources to provide a comprehensive cross-source look at the department’s performance, resources and status. The application enables the user to see exam volumes over time and utilizes data to run customized reports. With this information, users can monitor areas of improvement and calculate trends over time such as staff allocation, room utilization and patient flow. Because the teamplay Cardio application is cloud and web-based, minimal effort is needed for deployment.

“The teamplay Cardio dashboard application uniquely allows Siemens Healthineers customers to proactively monitor areas that need improvement in their cardiology departments’ workflows and learn from their own best practices,” says Arthur Kaindl, General Manager of Digital Health Services, Siemens Healthineers. “In leveraging digital technologies such as teamplay Cardio, we can help customers transform their delivery of care to ultimately cultivate better experiences for their patients.”

For more information: www.usa.healthcare.siemens.com

 

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