Mobile cardiac reporting
Faster, more accurate.
Simplify and streamline cardiac reporting,
with data in your hands.
Direct message our cardiac technicians or talk with your team using live in-report messaging to get answers sooner and speed up diagnosis for your patients – with all user activity logged against secure user profiles.
Unlimited user accounts at no added costs lets all physicians, cardiac techs, nurses and admin staff access patient records via personalised dashboards from any department, location or across multi-site medical facilities.
Getting started takes days, not months. Our team handles each stage so you’re ready to begin reporting on any mobile device the moment you receive your BeatBox login.
We complete all scoping, integration and user set ups, and simply let you know when we’re done. Your entire team will then be able to connect with mobile cardiac reporting, and receive faster, more accurate heart data from anywhere.
BeatBox gives you a truly scalable data management system for your cardiology practice.
Customised unidirectional and bidirectional integrations can be developed to meet any specific workflow or system preferences.
Multi-factor authentication and role-based user access rights add to the compliance and certainty of BeatBox cloud technology.
One accurate source of truth and less risk of errors, with instant patient record updates.
Secure personalised dashboards and user access rights to suit staff roles.
SMS alerts sent to your phone with active links to connect you direct to patient reports.
Studies are automatically archived, encrypted and pushed to the EMR for safe record keeping for years to come.
Instantly access records and compare with previous patient studies.
The highest security and privacy standards provide greater compliance, and peace of mind for your practice.
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