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Epiphany Adds Over 100 New Devices to Cardio Server’s Compatibility List

Posted by Eddie Hernandez on April 25, 2018 at 12:28 PM

In 2004, Epiphany opened its doors with a goal to be vendor-friendly and integrate with as many different devices as possible to best support our customers’ complex needs. We are always looking to expand our compatibility list. 2017 marked a record-breaking year as we added over 100 new device integrations!

  • Increased the Number of Supported Diagnostic Devices from 150 to 260
  • Expanded the Number of Modality Types Supported from 15 to 23
  • Developed New Relationships with Device Manufacturers, increasing them to over 80
  • Refined Our Internal Process to Support New Device Integrations

What Does This Mean for You?

  • Cardio Server is Flexible, Making it an Ideal Enterprise Solution
    • If your organization is an enterprise system with multiple hospitals, clinics, and different devices, Epiphany has the ability to customize your Cardio Server to work with them.
  • Use Only One Application to Manage Multiple Diagnostic Devices
    • If you purchase new devices for your hospital, there is no need to purchase additional management software. New modalities are easily added to an existing Cardio Server system.

We Want to Integrate with Your Devices!

  • Epiphany already integrates with 23 different modality types. However, if your hospital’s device(s) are not listed, let us know!
  • Submit your integration inquiry to our Product Manager of New Ventures here and we will determine and notify you if your diagnostic device can be added to our growing list of compatible devices.
  • Have questions about your devices? Chat live with our Product Specialist to get answers in real-time.

Discover Your Organization’s Potential with Cardio Server

Want to learn more about how Cardio Server will integrate with your devices? Let's talk! 

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Topics: HL7 integration, multi-modality, Multi-Vendor, device integration, Cardio Server compatibility

Cardio Server's Solution to Interface Challenges: Billing

Posted by Sam Hunter on July 8, 2011 at 11:44 AM

HL7 Integration Developments – Technical Charges, Professional Charges, and Credits

Technical Charges and Credits

Flexible HL7 integration allows a technical charge for a procedure to be generated at the time of order closure. This corresponds to a promote action in Epiphany’s Cardio Server.

The technical charge code is flexible. It may be based on the diagnostic test result (e.g., ECG, Stress, Holter, PFT), the USID (order procedure code), or the site. It is most often a static value established by the modality.

The counterpart to a technical charge is a technical charge credit. We generate a technical charge credit when an order is re-opened. This corresponds to an unlink action in Cardio Server.

With technical charge and credit HL7 integration in Epiphany, there is no worry about manually billing or crediting patients for diagnostic test results.

billingProfessional Charges or Credits

A second charge, the professional charge, may be generated at the time of the physician signature. This corresponds to a confirm action in Cardio Server. The professional charge is also flexible, and can be based on diagnostic test result, USID, site, signing physician, or a combination thereof.

Administrative users can maintain sign-user based professional charge codes, similar to maintaining doctor mnemonics or Provider IDs, in the Epiphany user administration tool.

The counterpart to a professional charge is a professional credit, which is functionality scheduled for a future release. This occurs when a study is “unconfirmed”.

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Topics: Cardio Server, Technical Charges, HL7 integration, billing, diagnostic test result, modality, Professional Charges

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