“FHIR profiles, which are essentially implementation guides,… will be very portable to different organizations without customization.” In this second in a two-part blog conversation, two physicians – Russell Leftwich, MD, InterSystems Senior Clinical Advisor, Interoperability, and Jeff Soble, MD, a practicing cardiologist and CEO of ASCEND HIT – discuss the near-term hybrid environment that will […]
“Cardiology has been at the forefront of data systems adoption and integration. We were the first to feel the burden of limited interoperability.” ASCEND CEO Jeff Soble, MD, recently talked with InterSystems senior clinical advisor Russell Leftwich, MD, about what FHIR will mean to practitioners at the point of care. Read their discussion in full […]
ASCEND HIT and TomTec Imaging Systems were proud recipients of the Cerner Partner Collaboration Award at this week’s Cerner Health Conference 2015. We are grateful to be recognized among Cerner’s 180+ partners for the successful level of collaboration and results we have achieved along with TomTec to bring value to Cerner, and collectively with Cerner to bring […]
The most recent edition of Cath Lab Digest features the article “Put to the Test: Cath Lab Reporting Systems”, written by ASCEND’s Lisa Braunreuther (Vice President of Sales and Marketing) and Richard W. Samsel, MD (Vice President of Informatics). The article provides an overview to challenges particular to cardiology concerning not only the cath lab’s personal workflow, […]
ASCEND has earned the 2013 North American Cardiology Informatics Customer Value Leadership Award from Frost & Sullivan. We are honored to be acknowledged as a “superior market participant” in this category particularly because it recognizes our commitment to providing customers with products that not only provide necessary functionality, but actively create strategic value. Read the full announcement […]
“We are effectively introducing a new technology paradigm that delivers superior cardiovascular information management capabilities into the electronic medical environment.” Read the full announcement here.