Data management software receives, manages, and exports diagnostic test data to the EMR. ECG Management Systems help your organization gain interoperability, save money, and improve workflow.
Interoperability allows hospitals and doctors to share patient information through different IT channels. It decreases errors and breaks down communication barriers, adding value to healthcare. ECG Management Systems improve interoperability.
A good ECG Management System should manage several different modality types. Stress, Holter, PFT, and patient monitoring are some examples.
Avoid hidden fees and inadequate support, improve workflow efficiency, and solve billing problems. There's a lot to think about during the process of selecting a system. This ECG Management Buyer's Guide E-book can help keep you on track. As you're looking into different software options, be sure to also keep these questions in mind.
Save your hospital money and IT resources by using one software program to manage diagnostic tests. Consolidate multiple device interfaces into one EMR integration. Manage the following modalities: Holter, stress, PFT, event monitoring, patient-monitoring/rhythm strip management, pacemaker follow-up, ICD management, cardiac rehab, sleep studies, ambulatory blood pressure, ECG, and more.
If any of this resonates with you, it may very well be time for an ECG Management System. When you start shopping, remember to check out the ECG Management Buyer's Guide E-book. You may also want to refer back to this resource page for guidance. Best wishes on your road to improved workflow and interoperability.