ProVation® MD Cardiology in the Echo Lab

ProVation MD Cardiology eliminates dictation for documentation of echocardiography studies. By interfacing with your echo carts and systems to capture measurements and administrative and procedural data, ProVation MD Cardiology streamlines workflow and helps cardiologists produce accurate, complete and compliant documentation.

Improve Efficiency in the Echo Lab, Drive Compliance and Enhance Revenue Recovery with ProVation MD Cardiology

  • Leads cardiologists quickly through echo procedure documentation with fast, easy-to-use navigation
  • Drives rigorous, structured and compliant data capture for benchmarking
  • Provides a fast, graphical method to document cardiac findings via unique DocuDiagrams
  • Simplifies reporting for quality initiatives, clinical research and audit preparation
  • Generates reports, letters and patient instructions automatically
  • Ensures appropriate billing and payment, applying CPT® and ICD coding rules to clinical documentation

Designed by Clinicians for Clinicians with Extensive Medical Content and Easy Navigation - High User Satisfaction Rate

Backed by an extensive database of medical content and driven by the DocuDiagram®, ProVation MD allows cardiologists to efficiently capture robust detail of procedures and then automatically applies the appropriate reimbursement codes to procedure notes. This results in appropriate billing and faster payment, reduced costs and improved clinical communication and care coordination.

An Evolving - and Customizable - List of Procedures to Address Physician Needs and Preferences

Transthoracic Echo

  • Adult and Pediatric Echo Color, Complete/Limited, Doppler

Transesophageal Echo (TEE)

  • Adult and Pediatric TEE
    • Probe Placement + Interpretation
    • Placement of Probe Only
    • Image Interpretation, Report Only
  • Intraoperative / ICU TEE Monitoring

Stress Echo

  • Exercise Stress Echo
  • Pharmacologic Stress Echo
  • Stress ECG/Holter/Event Monitor
  • Aterial Ultrasound-Aorta, Carotid, Lower Extremities, Upper Extremities
  • Ankel Brachial Index (ABI)
  • Lower Extremity Segmental Pressure/PVR
  • Venous Ultrasound-Lower and Upper Extremities
  • Renal Ultrasound

Note: all patient information used in demonstration materials on this website is fictional. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.