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New Cardiology Software Helps Heart Centers Manage for Optimal Clinical Performance
Date:12/12/2007

OAKLAND, Calif., Dec. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- LUMEDX Corporation, the market leader in providing fully integrated cardiovascular information and imaging solutions, introduces CardioManager Performance Management System(TM), cardiology software that translates complex data -- clinical, operational, financial -- into accessible, actionable information. CardioManager's performance dashboards and on-demand reporting provide users with a high-level view of data and the ability to drill down for more detailed reporting.

A free CardioManager Information Kit with CD demo is available at: http://www.lumedx.com/cardiovascular/cardioManager/index.asp.

CardioManager integrates with LUMEDX's CardioStar(TM) Suite of cardiovascular information and imaging tools, delivering a robust and fully unified Cardiovascular Information Systems solution.

CardioManager enables CV team members to become performance managers by making it easier for users to view metrics, plans and reports in their respective areas. CardioManager can help users:

-- Make better decisions by using robust tools that help users understand

and act on their data

-- Identify, understand and eliminate problem areas quickly through access

to real-time data

-- Direct and track resources to support priorities and CV service line

strategies

-- Manage for optimal performance of all the work taking place across the

cardiovascular service line

-- Drive accountability through effective team collaboration

-- Deliver meaningful reports on time, easily, securely - over 200

standard reports available

According to LUMEDX CardioManager Product Leader Brandon Long, "What gets measured gets improved. CardioManager helps users answer core performance management questions: 'How are we doing? Why? What should we do to improve?' In thi
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