News | November 12, 2010

Cardiovascular Solutions Enable Cardiologists to Automate Functions

Cardiovascular Solutions Enable Cardiologists to Automate Functions

November 12, 2010 — PowerChart Cardiovascular solutions enable cardiologists to automate functions across the continuum of care.

Built upon the Cerner Millennium architecture, Cerner’s PowerChart Cardiovascular solution unifies cardiovascular diagnostic activities, therapeutic interventions and follow-up regimens into a single workflow, integrated with the electronic health record (EHR). PowerChart Cardiovascular gives cardiologist the ability to view images in context with Cerner’s Cardiovascular Workflow Manager.

PowerChart ECG is also a major Cerner Cardiovascular offering that provides a unique and comprehensive ability to receive, manage, display and report on ECGs anywhere from within PowerChart and affiliated “Nets.” This offering makes Cerner the first company to provide full capabilities for the ECG from within the electronic health record.

The PowerChart ECG component includes communication integration and clinical Worklist functionality that presents a consolidated view of ECG information, visually incorporating prior encounters, critical results and observations.

For more information: www.cerner.com

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