Data Capture

Collect data for multiple service lines in one independent, relational, patient-centric, procedure oriented clinical repository including: Cardiology, Electrophysiology, CV Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Thoracic Surgery, Chest Pain, HF, Stroke, & more.
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Streamline data capture through the use of real-time interfaces to hospital systems including: EHRs, Hemodynamic Monitoring Systems, EP Recording Equipment, Labs, Pharmacy, Billing/Financial, Inventory, & more.
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Harness results-oriented reporting that addresses concurrent procedure noting, national registry submissions, process improvement initiatives, reimbursement submission, & clinical research.
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No other company even comes close to the level of customer service we receive from heartbase. I could never have survived my first year as clinical data manager without our support team from heartbase. They were with me every step of the way. No matter how insignificant or momentous the issue, I was always impressed with the knowledge, support and understanding I received.

Pete Kamphues RN, Beacon Health System, Manager Clinical Data Management

Happy Memorial Day from heartbase

Heartbase offices will be closed on Monday, March 29th in observance of Memorial Day. As we enjoy the company of our friends and family this weekend, we also pay the most sincere respect to the fallen heroes of wars of the past and present. To veterans everywhere: heartbase thanks you for your service to this […]

Posted on May 26, 2017

Unite with heartbase at HRS 2017!

heartbase is thrilled to be attending the Heart Rhythm Society Scientific Sessions, right here in our own backyard of Chicago! We will be presenting our innovative dictationless Electrophysiology Note. Capturing data from hospital systems and devices, heartbase has created a revolutionary, dictationless electronic note that fully integrates clinical data from the cardiac EP ICD procedure. […]

Posted on May 10, 2017

heartbase Celebrates National Nurses Week 2017

May 6-May 12, we celebrate National Nurses Week 2017.  It’s fitting that this week of celebration begins on a Saturday instead of a Monday, because nurses don’t work the standard 9-5 schedule. Nurses work nights, weekends, and holidays. They provide us with the care we need, when we need it.  They’re our caregivers, our teachers, our counselors, […]

Posted on May 5, 2017
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