Philips launches updated cardiology informatics product
This article was originally published in Clinica
Philips has launched the Xcelera R3.1, a new version of its Xcelera cardiovascular image management system, worldwide. The updated system has tele-cardiology capabilities, allowing remote access to cardiac information, including from a home computer or an electronic patient records system. It also permits faster image sharing between physicians and an expanded paediatric echocardiography normative dataset. Xcelera R3.1 "seamlessly" delivers cardiac images and clinical reports to a hospital's electronic health records system, the Dutch electronics company said.