News | Information Technology | February 20, 2018

Lumedx Demonstrates Advanced Analytics at HIMSS18

HIMSS attendees will have the chance to see Lumedx's tools firsthand 

Lumedx Demonstrates Advanced Analytics at HIMSS18

February 20, 2018 – LUMEDX Corporation, a top cardiovascular data intelligence company, will show off the latest in advanced analytics and software solutions at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) annual conference next month.

LUMEDX announced that HIMSS18 attendees who stop by its booth will have the opportunity to see firsthand how high-powered analytics tools can help heart and vascular centers improve outcomes and dramatically reduce costs.

LUMEDX president and COO Chris Winquist said the company’s technology mines existing data and turns it into insights that can be used to streamline workflows, improve productivity and better serve patients while keeping an eye on the bottom line.

“As we move away from fee-for-service and towards value-based payment models, performance metrics become crucial to the operations of any successful cardiovascular service line,” Winquist added.

Demonstrations of LUMEDX’s analytics tools are available during HIMSS18. Schedule a meeting here.

The conference will be held March 5-9 in Las Vegas, Nevada. More than 1,300 leading health IT vendors will be exhibiting and general education sessions will focus on 23 cutting-edge topics, including clinical and business intelligence, cybersecurity and population health. 

For more information: http://www.lumedx.com

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