(PRWEB) March 13, 2012
With modality worklists, demographic and order information from the HIS (Hospital Information System) or EMR (Electronic Medical Record) can now be securely transferred between Epiphany’s Cardio Server and Mortara’s complete line of networked ELI™ electrocardiographs, X-Scribe™ Stress, and H-Scribe™ Holter devices. The use of MWL improves workflow through the elimination of manual data entry.
“During the implementation of Cardio Server, we often see facilities where hundreds of nurses or technicians perform diagnostic tests,” states Kelli Sudduth, VP Implementation, Training and Support. “With Epiphany’s support of Mortara modality worklists, the hospital’s clinical staff simplifies patient management by searching for orders in designated departments.”
“Our long-standing relationship with Epiphany Cardiography has enabled hospitals of all sizes to take advantage of Mortara’s innovative diagnostic cardiology solutions,” adds Chuck Webster, Senior Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing, Mortara Instrument. “Mortara has led the way with a philosophy of open data exchange, providing new choices for healthcare organizations requiring interoperability. In doing so, we are able to offer unique solutions for customers that enable enhanced workflow and satisfy specific clinical requirements.”
Mortara Instrument, Inc.
Mortara Instrument, Inc. was founded nearly 30 years ago and today is a recognized technology leader in the world of ECG. Mortara’s global headquarters is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with operations in Australia, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. Mortara is distinguished in the field of non-invasive cardiology for innovations that are the core of the company's complete line of ECG products including electrocardiographs, stress exercise systems, Holter systems, data warehousing solutions, and cardiology monitoring systems. The company manufactures and distributes its ECG devices and related technologies worldwide. Mortara’s market leadership is a result of its substantial investment in R & D which has fueled the introduction of many new Mortara products uniquely positioned to benefit customers in their everyday use of diagnostic ECG devices. To learn more about Mortara Instrument and its expanding product portfolio visit http://www.mortara.com.
Epiphany Cardiography Products, LLC.
Founded in 2004, Epiphany Cardiography Products simplifies the collection and management of diagnostic test results. Epiphany’s Cardio Server is a web-based, user-friendly management system application that receives, manages, and exports diagnostic test results to EMRs. Cardio Server communicates with over 100 devices, from over 40 vendors, in 15 diagnostic modalities. With over 350 hospital customers in the US and abroad, Epiphany is committed to serving its customers’ needs through product innovation and the delivery of exceptional service with an unwavering dedication of driving open systems.
To learn more about Epiphany or Cardio Server, please visit http://www.epiphanycardio.com.