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Building a Fully Integrated Cardiovascular Imaging and Information System Webinar

What It Takes To Succeed In Managing Images, Data, Structured Reporting,

Scheduling and More - All From One System with Single Sign-On

OAKLAND, Calif., July 8 /PRNewswire/ -- The University of Mississippi Medical Center and St. Peter's Hospital each implemented a suite of IT applications to equip their CV service lines with true Cardiovascular Information Systems. The result: they were able to integrate disparate systems, streamline workflow, improve quality, and help grow physician referrals and patient volume. Attend "Building a Fully Integrated Cardiovascular Imaging and Information System" and learn how they did it.

"Building a Fully Integrated Cardiovascular Imaging and Information System" Webinar will be held on Thursday, July 24, 10am PDT.

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* The strategy and tools behind building a system that handles multiple applications -- image management, reporting, documentation and more -- from a single system on one workstation with single sign-on

* How a physician web portal with 24/7 hospital, office, home access to both patient data and images enhanced physician productivity and quality of life

* How to integrate images with related non-image patient information (hemodynamic monitoring, disease management, EKG and EMR patient information) to create robust structured reporting capabilities

* In-the-field examples of how a fully integrated CVIS can help heart centers enhance patient care streamline workflow and better manage costs

"Building a Fully Integrated Cardiovascular Imaging and Information System" is essential viewing for heart centers looking for hands-on knowledge and field-tested experience in developing a successful, highly productive, fully integrated CVIS. For more information and to register, visit

"Building a Fully Integrated Cardiovascular Imaging and Information System" is part of the Success In CVIS Webinar Series, sponsored by LUMEDX Corporation (, a leading provider of fully integrated cardiovascular imaging and information solutions. For more information about Success in CVIS, including speaking opportunities, please contact Randy Marc Lasnick, Director of Marketing, LUMEDX Corporation:, or call 510-903-2092.

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