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Cardiac Science Launches 'Anywhere' Data Management for HIS and EMR Systems
Date:6/16/2008

electronically

transmitted and physician over reads are transmitted directly into the

patient file; and,

-- Reduces billing errors, because it uses a patient's enterprise

identification number (EIN) so bills don't get lost or misfiled.

Among ECG management systems, Pyramis provides a unique-to-the-industry feature: Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) images can be sent to Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) and Hospital Information Systems (HIS) so end users can review not just single but multi- modality recordings (ECG, stress, and Holter) in one application.

Stephen French, program manager-PACS for WellSpan Health of Pennsylvania, switched from GE MUSE to Pyramis. He explained, "We needed a stable system for new and current hardware. Pyramis is better for ECG and stress tests on a single system, and waveforms and stress tests are "waveform enabled" and viewable via Millennium (Cerner's HIS system). With Pyramis, we have remote access via any Wellspan access device -- and remote access at home for all clinicians."

"Along with the rest of the HeartCentrix connectivity products, Pyramis reinforces our commitment to the markets we serve: Everything Cardiac Science makes needs to connect to your systems to save you money, eliminate implementation headaches, and help you provide better patient care," added Tony Titus, vice president of marketing for Cardiac Science.

Pyramis can be purchased as a software-only option, and provides important clinical workflow tools including electronic signature, calipers, serial comparison, prior tests accessibility, order attachment, multi-faceted patient and test queries, tests status, overdue indicators, and data mining tools, among others.

For more information,

Company Contact:

Mike Matysik

Cardiac Science Corporation

Sr. Vice President and CFO

425.402.2009

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