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UC Davis Picks CVIS

March 4, 2010
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Sacramento, Calif.-based UC Davis Medical Center has purchased the Apollo structured reporting, analytic and interoperability solutions for their Heart and Vascular Centers from Lumedx Corp. (Oakland, Calif.).

Prior to these purchases, UC Davis Medical Center used the Apollo clinical data repository solely to support cardiac registry participation.

Lumedx says it is supplying UC Davis Medical Center with the following solutions:

  • CardioDoc electronic physician structured reporting for the catheterization, peripheral vascular diagnostic (PVD) and peripheral vascular invasive (PVI) laboratories.
  • Clinical Manager analytics software for cath and electrophysiology (EP) labs.
  • Integration tools to capture ultrasound measurements.
  • A suite of interfaces to ensure maximum interoperability between legacy systems, clinical devices and Apollo.


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