Strategies and Lessons Learned in Building a Unified, Multi-Hospital CVIS
OAKLAND, Calif., March 4 /PRNewswire/ -- What is essential to developing a successful, integrated cardiovascular information system (CVIS) strategy? What three critical questions will help you develop a project strategy that sets proper expectations and keeps all stakeholders focused and on the same page? What tools will help you unify your cardiology data continuum?
Get the answers to these questions and more by attending the complimentary Webinar "Achieving CVIS Goals: Strategies and Lessons Learned in Building a Unified, Multi-Hospital CVIS." Sutter Health's Kyle B. Smith, Cardiovascular IS Manager, and Al Tanabe, Senior Systems Analyst CVIS, will share how Sutter's vision of a unified CVIS serving a multi-hospital facility successfully became a reality.
"Achieving CVIS Goals will be held on Thursday, March 13, 10am PDT.
Visit http://www.lumedx.com/AchievingCVIS/ for more information and to
Learn the strategy and technology behind Sutter Health's success in...
-- Using electronic interfaces to unify the cardiology data continuum
-- Building strong relations among stakeholders that promotes consensus
and creates a foundation for success
-- Blending performance and flexibility by adapting the electronic
interface to the data source
"Achieving CVIS Goals" is essential viewing for heart centers looking for hands-on knowledge and field-tested experience in building a unified CVIS. For more information and to register, visit http://www.lumedx.com/AchievingCVIS/
Sutter Health (http://www.sutterhealth.org) is a family of physician organizations, not-for-profit hospitals and other health care service providers. Serving more than 100 communities in Northern California, Sutter Health doctors and hospitals are leaders in heart, cancer, pediatric and obstetrical care.
"Achieving CVIS Goals" is sponsored by LUMEDX Corporation (http://www.lumedx.com), a leading provider of fully integrated cardiovascular imaging and information solutions, and the Cardiovascular KnowledgeCenter Consortium, a national network of leading heart programs dedicated to developing and sharing best practices in cardiovascular information integration and management.
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