Cardiovascular Imaging and Information Solution
Connected cardiovascular care
Siemens’ Cardiovascular Imaging and Information Solution enables enhanced outcomes, increased performance, and improved operational efficiency. Find out how your colleagues around the world implement connected cardiovascular care.
High quality data to improve outcomes and enable value-based care
Did you know ? Strucured reporting can lead to a 50 percent improvement in turnaround times1.
Speed – this is the main benefit from comprehensive structured reporting, says William Nottingham from MSHA in Johnson City, Tennessee, USA: “We can get results back to the ordering physician the same day as testing, and that has been a big improvement to patient care.”
Dr. Sanjay Bhojraj, MD, Cardiologist at Loma Linda University Medical Center in Murrieta, California, USA, is also impressed by the tempo that he experiences in generating reports: “It takes maybe five minutes at the maximum to put my report in.”2
Increased performance through single point, enterprise-wide access to data and images
You can easily get a comprehensive view of your cardiovascular case, when all relevant information is consistent and available in one place, with one interface.
When it comes to creating a single point of access for cardiovascular care, “Siemens was ahead of the curve in making their software compatible with other vendors’ equipment”, says William Nottingham.
His institute, MSHA in Johnson City, Tennessee, USA, benefits from the Cardiovascular Imaging and Information Solution.
Operational efficiency – through advanced IT capabilities
A cardiovascular information system should not only make the clinical workflow more efficient. It must also be easy to manage and to operate. A cardiovascular information system should not only make the clinical workflow more efficient. It must also be easy to manage and to operate.
Operational efficiency derives from a unified approach: “True integration of a system is what makes the difference.” states Liz Dickenson.
She is CNO/COO at Loma Linda University Medical Center in Murrieta, California, USA, and works with Cardiovascular Imaging and Information Solution on a daily basis.
Completion time of procedure reports depends on multiple factors. Individual results may vary.