Technology | December 26, 2007

Kryptiq’s CareManager 3.3 Aids Chronic Care

Kryptiq, a provider of healthcare connectivity solutions, recently released CareManager 3.3, a disease management solution providing physicians with information to care for patients with chronic disease.

By utilizing data stored in the electronic health record (EHR), CareManager reportedly allows timely interventions based on comprehensive clinical information. The 3.3 release includes new filtering capabilities to sort patient panels, enabling new levels of patient tracking and identification.

The program can perform a risk stratification of patients based on multiple risk criteria and includes a heart failure module that allows physicians to manage patients based on health indicators, including lowest left ventricle ejection fraction. An osteoporosis module also helps manage at-risk patients utilizing bone mineral density test values.

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