The Heart Rhythm Society has been educating and inspiring clinicians and the lay community about the field of electrophysiology and its innovations for generations, helping to improve and extend the lives of arrhythmia patients since the dawn of medical imaging.
This May 9-12, 2012, the Society’s 33rd Annual Scientific Sessions will be held in Boston where leaders in the medical field will share the latest state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment options. And for the first time ever, we will be in attendance previewing our new workflow solution for electrophysiology (EP) departments.
McKesson Cardiology EP™, scheduled for release this summer, was built with the assistance of dozens of hospitals and electrophysiologists to be the first truly comprehensive workflow, reporting and data management solution for EP labs. Our new solution is designed to break down the traditional silos in the EP lab by aggregating data from multiple users and systems into a single comprehensive electronic patient record. This comprehensive approach is designed to save hours of physician and staff time, increase lab efficiency, improve data accuracy – and most importantly – help you improve patient care.
Register for this event today, and visit us at booth #1283, to see first-hand how McKesson Cardiology EP™ will help hospitals and health care organizations like yours:
- Support all efforts for compliance with ACC and HRS guidelines
- Identify opportunities for overall performance improvements
- Save valuable time for your physicians by automatically carrying forward existing implantable devices & leads from previous procedures