News | Enterprise Imaging | September 09, 2020

Change Healthcare Enterprise Imaging and Change Healthcare Cardiology Hemo now available to Vizient’s diverse provider membership at enhanced savings

Change Healthcare Enterprise Imaging and Change Healthcare Cardiology Hemo now available to Vizient’s diverse provider membership at enhanced savings

September 9, 2020 — Change Healthcare announced that it has been awarded two multi-year contracts with Vizient. The agreements give Vizient members access to contract savings for Change Healthcare Enterprise Imaging and Cardiology Hemo, a hemodynamic monitoring solution.

Vizient’s diverse membership and customer base includes academic medical centers, pediatric facilities, community hospitals, integrated health delivery networks, and non-acute healthcare providers –– representing more than $100 billion in annual purchasing volume.

“With these agreements, the 95% of academic medical centers and more than 50% of acute care providers in the U.S. that are Vizient members can enjoy enhanced savings for Change Healthcare’s Enterprise Imaging and Hemodynamic solutions,” said Aaron Green, senior vice president and chief growth officer, Enterprise Imaging at Change Healthcare. “This is a tremendous opportunity to educate more providers about the benefits they can realize with these solutions.”

Taken together, Enterprise Imaging and Cardiology Hemo make up the Change Healthcare Enterprise Imaging Network and provide the following:

  • Imaging Archive: A vendor-neutral archive that centrally manages imaging studies from multiple locations, provides simple and secure access, and allows secure sharing.
  • Imaging Analytics: A dashboard that presents near-real-time data from across the enterprise to visualize historical results and trends, information to support clinical decisions, and predictive models for clinical planning.
  • Change Healthcare AI (Artificial Intelligence) Orchestration Services: A vendor-neutral platform that streamlines integration of multiple AI algorithms across multiple vendors.

The Change Healthcare Cardiology Hemo solution is an integrated hemodynamic monitoring system for cardiology departments that need to aggregate hemodynamic data, waveforms and images in one cardiac patient record.

For more information: www.changehealthcare.com


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