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Making Sense of Analytics: The Search for Answers Starts with Asking the Right Questions

Cardiovascular information technology analytics offer opportunities to improve care, reduce costs and deliver better healthcare experiences for patients. 

Healthcare’s IT Priority: Interoperability Is the New Meaningful Use

Medicare’s decision to get “deadly serious” about interoperability is an invitation for cardiologists to work with their medical societies, vendors and office staff.

Breaking Through IT Barriers

For this issue, Cardiovascular Business invited executives from five cardiovascular IT companies to join us for an hour. They tackled every question we asked and more.

To Scribe or Not to Scribe: Cardiologists Seek Solutions for Electronic Health Record Woes

Physicians and patients are seeing less of each other over the barrier of computer screens. Is hiring scribes the answer?

Industry Talks IT: Innovation, What Cardiologists Want & What’s Next

Executives from GE Healthcare, McKesson, Merge Healthcare, Philips and Siemens Healthcare joined Cardiovascular Business for a candid discussion about cardiologists’ information technology concerns and questions.

Siemens' PET/CT system receives FDA clearance

Siemens Healthcare has received 510(k) clearance from the FDA for the Biograph Horizon PET/CT system, which enables physicians to visualize small lesions early.

Adopting Structured Reporting in the Cath Lab: Strategies that Work

Making the change to structured reporting in the cath lab is not easy, simple, fast or fun. But it can be done, according to interventional cardiologists who have taken the challenge and succeeded.

PwC identifies 10 healthcare issues to look for in 2016

In 2016, consumers and clinicians will embrace technology to create a more connected healthcare system, according to a forward-looking report from the PwC Health Research Institute (HRI).

Cardiac Dimensions appoints new CEO and President

Cardiac Dimensions, a privately held medical device company, hired Gregory D. Casciaro as its CEO and President on Dec. 15.

When every second counts: Mobile stroke unit performs well in study

A mobile stroke treatment unit (MSTU) equipped with telemedicine, including a neuroradiologist remotely assessing images obtained by mobile CT, may be an effective way to provide accurate care, according to a recent study published in JAMA Neurology that put Cleveland Clinic's unit to the test.

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