Camtronics (a division of Emageon) this week highlighted its HeartSuite at the 17th Annual Scientific Sessions of the American Society of Echocardiography (ASE), in Baltimore. HeartSuite is a collection of cardiovascular image and data tools designed to cover each component of a cardiology department’s functioning.
HeartSuite CVIS is designed to provide every tool necessary for a cardiology department from clinical/business management tools, to ways to access hemodynamic data, structured reports, department and physician scheduling, as well as dynamic visualization functions. Every piece of data that is available for a patient can be accessed through the CVIS. The company has also streamlined the navigation of screens within the system’s interface, and to reduce the number of key strokes needed to get to it, all in an effort to improve workflow.
Camtronic’s HeartSuite Hemodynamics features an intuitive touch-screen design which actually suggests to you the next button to push. Designed with “the finger in mind” the screen allows you to drag data to different areas of the system, and was built around workflow phases which the company has analyzed.
The Hemodynamics system grants users access to notes on hemodynamics, equipment usage, notes on physician activities, and general procedure data, among other things. The system was previously known as PhysioLog.