Leveraging CVIS Integration to Automate Anticoagulation Therapy Webinar

OAKLAND, Calif., May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- What are the tools, systems and technology needed to successfully automate anticoagulation therapy management? How do you go about building a system that supports multi-clinic integration with direct, real-time interface to the hospital EMR? What's essential in leveraging your CVIS to achieve better clinical care, more efficient workflow, lower operating costs and system-wide integration?

Get the answers to these questions and more by attending the complimentary Webinar "LEVERAGING CVIS INTEGRATION TO AUTOMATE ANTICOAGULATION THERAPY: Steps to Achieving Data Automation, Single-Source Documentation, 24-7 Multi-User Access." Virginia Mason Medical Center's David LaMarche, Director, The Heart Institute at Virginia Mason and Stephen Von Bargen, DBA, Systems Administrator, will share how they transformed Virginia Mason's vision of an integrated, multi-clinic data management system into reality.

"Leveraging CVIS Integration to Automate Anticoagulation Therapy" will be held on Thursday, May 15, 10am PDT.

Visit http://www.lumedx.com/leverageCVIS/default3.asp for more information and to register.

"Leveraging CVIS Integration to Automate Anticoagulation Therapy" is essential viewing for heart centers looking for hands-on knowledge and field-tested experience in leveraging a CVIS to automate their disease management systems. For more information and to register, visit http://www.lumedx.com/leverageCVIS/default3.asp

"Achieving CVIS Goals" is sponsored by LUMEDX Corporation (http://www.lumedx.com), a leading provider of fully integrated cardiovascular imaging and information solutions, and the Cardiovascular KnowledgeCenter Consortium, a national network of leading heart programs dedicated to developing and sharing best practices in cardiovascular information integration and management.

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