Technology | November 05, 2013

Cerner Offers Consolidated Cardiac EHR/Imaging IT

Cerner Offers Consolidated Cardiac EHR/Imaging IT

November 5, 2013 — Cerner’s PowerChart cardiovascular solution unifies diagnostic cardiology activities, therapeutic interventions and follow-up regimens into a unified electronic health record (EHR) for the patient. This greatly simplifies workflow and enables cardiologists to see a consolidated view of clinical information from within Cerner’s EHR, PowerChart.

Integrated with Cerner’s new viewer framework, Cerner SkyVue, which includes a gadget from TomTec, a world leader in advanced cardiac imaging applications, cardiologists are able to view current cardiovascular studies and reports with prior images and EHR information enabling evidence based diagnosing and treating of patients. Viewing capabilities integrated with industry leading tools including Merge Hemo and ASCEND structured reporting, PowerChart Cardiovascular truly provides an end-to-end solution.
 

PowerChart ECG is also a major Cerner Cardiovascular offering that provides a unique and comprehensive ability to receive, manage, display and report on electocardiograms (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 medical record. The PowerChart ECG Viewer 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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