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Cardiology 2017

Cardiology 2017
Structured Reporting Challenges

Authored by: Monique Rasband and Paul Warburton November 2017 | Read Time: 3 minutes

One of the constant themes in cardiology IT over the last few years has been the desire of healthcare organizations to consolidate cardiology IT solutions. However, several factors have hindered this from being more quickly achieved, chief among them being workflow challenges—particularly for invasive procedures (e.g., cath)—and the difficulty of consolidating structured reporting to a single vendor. With a focus on structured reporting, this report examines customer satisfaction with the cath physician workflow, structured reporting in general, hemodynamics, and vendor support.

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Key Topics

  1. Cath Structured Reporting—Change Healthcare (McKesson) and Merge Most Adopted; Epic Customers Frustrated with Limited Functionality
    Structured Reporting Outside of Cath—Summaries
    Provider Quotes
  2. Support—Merge and INFINITT More Helpful with Customization
  3. Hemodynamics—Merge Interfacing Enables Flow of Data; Lack of Development from GE Healthcare and Philips a Pain Point
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