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Over 1,000 Hospitals Worldwide Choose Epiphany Healthcare for ECG Management

Posted by Shannon Richter on July 29, 2020 at 3:32 PM

New-hero-2020-1Founded in 2004, Epiphany Healthcare has established itself as an industry leader. Today, over 1,000 hospitals use Epiphany for ECG Management.

Epiphany’s Cardio Server is a web-based software that allows physicians to manage multiple modalities in one application. Physicians manage diagnostic test results from anywhere with Cardio Server Mobile. Diagnostic data management is simple and secure with Epiphany Cloud Services.

Epiphany's 1,000+ customers come in all sizes. Some of these hospitals are critical access or community hospitals. Others are university, large IDNs, and enterprise hospital systems. NASA is among those that trust Epiphany Healthcare. The software itself is only one reason Cardio Server is now used in over 1,000 hospitals worldwide. 

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Hospitals also choose Epiphany because of its commitment to data security. Epiphany is the only company in its product category that is ISO 27001 certified.

Epiphany has a 98% customer retention rate. This retention rate is due to the superior support that hospital cardio-pulmonary staff, administrators, physicians, and IT staff receive with the software. Epiphany takes pride in its dedicated employees that care about the needs of each of our customers.

Positive feedback is often given from customers about Epiphany’s support team. Kathleen Ward, from Wallowa Memorial Hospital in Oregon, recently reported to Epiphany, “Your organization is awesome. We have always received prompt, courteous, and efficient support.”

Is Epiphany Healthcare the Solution YOUR Hospital Needs? 

Have a Look at what Epiphany Healthcare does for our Hospitals: 

Are you looking for extra security?

Epiphany Cloud Services Revolutionizes Marshall County Hospital’s Workflow

Do you want to work with a company whose support team feels like a part of your own?

Epiphany Implements a Speedy Upgrade to Help Customer’s COVID-19 Related Issue

Does your workflow need a complete overhaul?

How a #1 Nationally Ranked Hospital Overcame its PFT Workflow Woes with Pulmonary Server 

Do you need to connect hospitals with different EMRs to one system?

HSHS Chooses Epiphany for 13-Hospital Enterprise ECG Management System

Do you need to focus on your patients instead of processes?

UBMC: Providing the Best Patient Care with Epiphany Healthcare

Epiphany Healthcare listens to our customers and provides custom workflow solutions. Listening to our customers is what has gotten Epiphany where it is today; Cardio Server continues to improve and adapt due to excellent customer feedback.

Thank you to the customers that have helped Epiphany Healthcare grow over the past 15+ years. There is so much more to come in the future. 

Sign up for a free demonstration or request a complimentary workflow analysis for more information.

Topics: EKG software, hospital software, workflow for physicians, Hospital, Health IT, ECG management system, healthcare workflow efficiency, ecg management software, Healthcare IT professionals

Honor Healthcare Workers in May

Posted by Shannon Richter on April 29, 2020 at 2:05 PM

americanhealthcare_covidWith today’s COVID-19 challenges, our hospitals are working hard to protect lives. What better time to have a month of celebration? 

May has specific dates to recognize hospitals and nurses for keeping us healthy. May is home to National Hospital Week, National Nurses Week, and National Nurses Month

National Hospital Week May 10-16, 2020

National Hospital Week is May 10-16, 2020 and it recognizes hospitals for their services. It’s a time when the country, together as one, celebrates the hope and healing that our hospitals provide for us.

Hospitals play such an important role in our communities. Now, more than ever, we are so proud of them. This week, let’s make sure our hospital staffs feel the love. Think of unique ways, even during this pandemic, to show our support to hospital workers. 

For example, in this video Staten Islanders show appreciation to hospital staff. 

Another example is this video that shows New Yorkers cheering for medical professionals. Positive moments like these shine a bright light during this dark time.

MyHospitalWe can show our appreciation to hospital staff by using #MyHospital on social media. Download this template and highlight something special about your hospital. Join us in showing our hospitals how much we appreciate them. You can share how your hospital has helped you or write well wishes to healthcare workers. Remember to share on social media with the hashtag #MyHospital. 

National Nurses Week May 6-12, 2020

healthcareworker_covid-19Nurses care for patients, advocate for patients, and provide hope for patients. They do all this and make it look easy. Not just anyone can do what they do. It takes a special, strong, smart, and caring person to fill the shoes of a nurse. 

During this pandemic, nurses are making personal sacrifices for the health of others. National Nurses Week allows us to recognize them and show our overwhelming gratitude. Here are some special dates during National Nurses Week.

 

May 6 – National Nurses Day

May 8 – National Student Nurse Day

May 12 – International Nurses Day                                                               

National Nurses Month – May 1-31, 2020

There is so much to celebrate about these healthcare heroes that National Nurses Week is now the entire month of May. Each week of May has its own theme.

Week 1 – Self Care

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This week focuses on mindful self-recognition, including emotional and physical well-being. Challenge yourself to engage in healthier activities. 

Week 2 – Recognition

Make a point to raise the visibility of the important work nurses do. Honor the nurses in your community. Nominate a nurse for the DAISY Award that honors extraordinary nurses.

Week 3 – Professional Development

Nurses can focus on how to excel and lead in their nursing careers and inspire others to do the same. 

Week 4 – Community Engagement

Help promote nurses’ invaluable contributions by engaging with your community. Consider using these hashtags. #nationalnursesweek, #nationalnursesday, #nationalstudentnurseday, #internationalnursesday

During May, join us in honoring our healthcare workers. Epiphany Healthcare understands the important role that healthcare workers play in healthcare systems. We want to take this opportunity to thank them for their service. Our goal is to use our technology and services to improve patient care, as nurses around the world do every day. Thank you for your selfless service, healthcare workers.

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Topics: Hospital, Nation's Health, National Hospital Week, Healthcare industry, Nurses, National Nurses Week

Join Epiphany Cardio in Honoring Hospitals Nationwide!

Posted by Derek Moorman on May 15, 2013 at 11:03 AM

Epiphany Cardio recognizes hospitals nationwide in celebration of National Hospital Week, an annual event that celebrates the health care industry. The event, taking place this year from May 12th through the 18th, is a tribute to medical professionals; technology, history, and advancements that make health care what it is today. This year’s theme is “A Guiding Light for Changing Times.” The theme emphasizes hospitals’ growing role in the nation’s ever-changing health care industry. The associated festivities are meant to unite health care facilities and personnel around the country.

The celebratory tradition began in 1921 when a Chicago editor proposed a community-wide salute to the medical industry. The concept was meant to ease any anxieties the general public had regarding hospitals and medical staff. Today the week-long event is a time to acknowledge medical personnel, encourage trust throughout the community, and promote a mission of wellness and celebrate top quality care at each medical facility. 

Many people use this week to appreciate the vital role health care facilities and staff members play in society. Medical treatment is about more than just healing, it’s a crucial piece of a bigger puzzle. Health care represents hope, discovery, and innovation fNational Hospital Weekor a brighter future. The optimism and positive attitudes of medical personnel are central to the well-being of a community, and the nationwide event recognizes this.

With so many advancements in technologies, hospitals and medical facilities can provide high-quality, effective and sophisticated solutions to a number of health care issues. Software, hardware and medical device suppliers play a major role in the success of the industry as well. National Hospital Week honors the complex network of people and tools that keep the health care services operating properly.

There are countless ways communities can participate in the week-long celebrations. Hospital directors can plan activities throughout the week for patients and staff members. One way to show appreciation to personnel is to host an on-site reception for the entire staff. This type of function can be as extravagant or as intimate as needed, and family members can join in. Health care providers can also use this week to boost patient morale and promote trust. A patient seminar is ideal for this purpose. Most people want to be informed when it comes to their health, and a seminar can bridge the gap between patient and physician. Providing a tutorial on relevant topics will show hospital patrons that they matter, which can further improve the doctor-patient relationship.

Handing out promotional items is also a great way to kick-start the celebration. Marketing materials such as coffee mugs, t-shirts and reusable shopping bags raise awareness about the impact of the health care industry on the community. Administrative staff managers can give out appreciation gifts as well in order to show medical professionals and patients how valued they are.

National Hospital Week is the largest health care event in the country, and hospital administrators, medical workers, technicians and patients from all over the nation are participating. The team at Epiphany Cardio is no exception. We would like to acknowledge our customers and thank them for their contributions and support in making our company a success.

 

Created on 12/09/11 at 11:37:40

Topics: Epiphany Cardio, Hospital, Nation's Health, National Hospital Week, Healthcare industry, patient seminar, doctor-patient relationship

Installing Cardio Server in a Multi-Site Hospital Enterprise with Differing HL7 Requirements

Posted by Sean Stevens on May 19, 2011 at 9:19 AM

Click to view flowchartOne scenario Epiphany frequently encounters is installing Cardio Server for a multiple-hospital or multiple-clinic/hospital environment where not all facilities will use HL7 orders for their procedures. Often, outpatient clinics may not order procedures using the hospital’s EMR at all. An alternative case occurs when some hospitals in a multi-hospital system may not use orders or may be awaiting setup of an EMR system but want to begin using Cardio Server immediately.

Cardio Server’s workflow is very flexible and can be configured not to require HL7 orders for studies from particular facilities. Typically, devices from those facilities are configured with an identifier, like the Institution Name or Site Code, in device setup menus that Cardio Server uses to determine whether or not an order link should be required for that study. Studies from other facilities that do have an orders interface are required to match to their orders before they can be confirmed by a physician.

Even if all facilities do not use orders, the customer may want to receive an HL7 result for any procedure performed. This can be problematic if the EMR receiving results expects to receive values that are supplied in the order. Cardio Server’s outbound HL7 interface, however, is also very configurable so that values returned in the result can be coded differently depending on the origin of the study. This configurability allows us, for example, to send one value in a field if the study is from an inpatient facility and another if the study is from an outpatient facility. In fact, the HL7 result messages for different facilities can be made so different that they could be sent to different EMR systems. Imagine sending one result, destined for Meditech and coded to suit, but sending a different result designed to work with an Allscripts ED EMR that differs substantially from the Meditech result specification. Both of these solutions, as well as many additional solutions are possible with Cardio Server.


Topics: Cardio Server, Hospital, Clinic, HL7 Orders, EMR

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