Murj, a healthcare technology company focused on transforming implantable cardiac device management, has announced the availability of OnSite— the industry’s first cloud-based workflow solution for in-office cardiac device management.
OnSite is an extension of Murj’s proven workflow for remote transmission management. With the announcement, Murj brings together in-office visits and remote transmissions into a unified and unique longitudinal patient view. To meet the demand for in-office data integrity and reduced manual entry, OnSite provides drag-and-drop upload of patient interrogations, automatically detecting existing patients and enrolling new patients.
Alaska Heart & Vascular Institute, USA, has deployed Murj to streamline care for Alaska Heart’s 6,500 cardiac device patients. Alaska Heart follows many patients remotely, but all patients are seen in clinic at least once per year. OnSite was a key requirement to ensure that all device patients, regardless of care modality, would benefit from the high productivity and insight delivered by Murj.
“Implantable cardiac device data allows physicians to make critical decisions in patient care, but only if that data is easily accessible, well-organized and digestible,” said Robert T Craig III, CEO of Alaska Heart & Vascular Institute. “The Murj platform delivers this clarity across all of our device patients and enables our goal of providing the highest quality cardiovascular services in the northwest United States. We are proud to partner with Murj.”
Murj is a SaaS cloud-based platform to help clinicians manage data from cardiac implantable electronic devices. Current data management tools are inadequate, overwhelming clinicians with excessive paperwork, data entry, labor and IT costs. Murj combines a patent-pending user interface, intelligent care workflow, and actionable insight to dramatically reduce these burdens and enable improved productivity.
“The launch of OnSite sets Murj apart with a unified workflow across all interrogation modalities— both in-office and remote. Now we spend more time with patients and less time on data entry,” said Laurie Racenet, FNP at the Alaska Heart & Vascular Institute. “Murj has been a terrific partner in responding to our needs; we couldn’t be more pleased.”