Documentation is a critical step in any cardiovascular procedure. Referring physicians, hospital administrators, insurance companies, the medical records department, other staff, and patients all require timely access to case details. Yet producing and distributing a report with manual systems can take days or weeks, slowing follow-up treatment and reimbursement.
The documentation collected is used to populate the physician report and meet registry reporting requirements, but the discrete data also results in clinical, operational, and financial metrics courtesy of HealthView Analytics.
Structured reporting is available in all modalities, including Echo, Nuclear, Cath, EP, Surgery, ECG/Holter/Stress, ECG and Pediatric and Fetal Echo, and Pediatric Cath.
Designed specifically for cardiology, this solution:
- Aligns with clinical workflows to facilitate data collection at the point of care.
- Cuts down on the need for cleanup and virtually eliminates missingness.
- Yields a report that is accurate and complete within minutes of case end.
Read about structured reporting in action—Duke University Health System partnered with LUMEDX to implement structured reporting, concurrent abstraction, and analytics in their cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery service lines.
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