The ACC.16 in Chicago (April 2-4) is just about here and we’re excited to be among cardiology’s most forward-thinking professionals.
If you’re attending, stop by booth #20092. We’re going to be sharing some of the latest innovative outcomes in Cardiovascular Health Information technology. There, we would like to show you our integrated cardiovascular information system and share some exciting clinical insights on how you could identify:
1. The percentage of your patients whose Lipid Profile is at target based on their respective risk profile
2. The Percentage of your patients who have adequate blood pressure control based on JNC Classification
3. Patients who meet MADITII criteria (EF < 35, history of MI) who did not receive an ICD
4. A way that enables you to risk stratify your Atrial Fibrillation population based on CHA2DS2-VASc Score
How is this made possible? We accomplish it through our state-of-the-art information system that includes a Stage 2 certified, cardiovascular-specific electronic health record (EHR) software and 15 diagnostic test suites, creating a powerful, discrete data repository.
“Cardiology is one of the most advanced medical specialties, utilizing literally thousands of discrete data elements during an outpatient visit to make clinical decisions. This discrete data becomes the building blocks during a patient’s evaluation and management.” – Dr. Vinod Nair, practicing interventional cardiologist and President and Chief Software Architect of OMS
To make sure we got it right, our CVIS was also developed with extensive input from office personnel, administrators, cardiac clinical nurses, and nurse practitioners who are highly experienced and understand the detailed workflow of a busy cardiology practice.
“We wanted a program that was strictly cardiology. A lot of other vendors, although they have cardiology content, lack the granularity that this program provides. It’s also tailored and customized for a high-volume busy cardiology practice that sees thousands of cases a day across multiple sites. This makes OMS a great fit for our organization.” – Nick Benoit, Director of Health Information Management, Cardiovascular Institute of the South
No matter what we say, we all know that seeing is believing. You may even hear similar claims for systems from other companies. That’s why we’re asking you to put it to the test and find out for yourself. See our CVIS firsthand at booth #20092 this April 2-4 in Chicago.
Have questions? Call us Toll Free at (855) 378-3431 or email email@example.com.
The Largest Gathering of CV Products and Services
A vital part of your ACC.16 experience can be found in the Expo, which will feature 265+ exhibiting companies and organizations — the largest gathering of innovative cardiovascular products and services shown under one roof.
ACC.16 will offer attendees 19 total hours of Expo time, including 9 dedicated hours — unopposed by education sessions — to meet with industry and gain an understanding of the latest advances in pharmaceuticals, imaging, devices, technologies and the services that you need to help you provide high-quality patient care.
In addition, you won’t want to miss these highlights —
Learning Destinations: Diverse, non-certified, educationally focused areas that offer new and creative ways to expand your educational experience
Specialty Areas: Groups of exhibiting companies and organizations where you can learn more about a particular topic
Restaurants: Grab a bite to eat at the Bistro ACC and the Central Cafe
ACC Central and Posters: Learn more about the ACC and take time to peruse the latest science in the posters
Expo dates and times are:
Saturday, April 2: 9:30 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
Sunday, April 3: 9:30 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
Monday, April 4: 9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Click here for more information on the ACC.16 Scientific Session & Expo.