It wasn’t too long ago that hemodynamic monitoring was difficult, cumbersome and fully analog. Today of course, with the advent of digital computerized systems, “hemodynamic monitoring” has become synonymous with procedural charting. Now the technologist is not only responsible for “true” hemodynamic monitoring, they must divert some of their attention to charting and recoding of the case.
This requires the hemodynamic monitoring system to be easy and streamlined to use, and to fully integrate the many facets of hemodynamic monitoring with the latest requirements to electronically track inventory, capture billing, assist in physician reporting and collect data for registry submissions. McKesson’s Horizon Cardiology Hemo system, for example,