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LUMEDX Introduces Advanced Multi-Modality, Multi-Vendor, Web-Enabled ECG Management Solution
Date:8/21/2008

s up to 250 simultaneous users

-- Creates one final record and includes management reports

According to Randy Marc Lasnick, LUMEDX Director of Marketing, "CardioECG 3.2 represents the next wave electrocardiograph data management: interoperability between multiple vendors and devices, flexibility and support for both single hospitals and multi-site facilities, and straightforward Web-enabled access. All combine to streamline the collection and management of ECG data, delivering superior ROI from clinical, administrative and IT standpoints."

To request a free CardioECG Information Kit, visit http://www.lumedx.com/goECG/

ABOUT LUMEDX CARDIOVASCULAR IMAGING AND INFORMATION SOLUTIONS

(http://www.lumedx.com) With over 500 heart center clients worldwide, LUMEDX is the market leader in fully integrated cardiovascular information systems and the fastest-growing cardiology PACS solutions provider. Our cardiovascular imaging and information solutions play a critical role in helping healthcare systems meet many of today's challenges and opportunities, including pay-for-performance, evidence-based medicine, greater competition and transparency in the marketplace and new governmental regulations.


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