Cardiac software debuts

January 23, 2002

Amersham Health launched analytical software designed to help practitioners better identify, measure, and manage costs associated with myocardial perfusion imaging studies on Jan. 8. MPOptions models economic factors affecting office-based and outpatient

Amersham Health launched analytical software designed to help practitioners better identify, measure, and manage costs associated with myocardial perfusion imaging studies on Jan. 8. MPOptions models economic factors affecting office-based and outpatient imaging centers and provides what-if scenarios to explore alternatives for delivering nuclear cardiology services efficiently and cost-effectively. The software calculates costs in several categories, including labor, capital equipment, facility, pharmaceutical, and supplies. MPOptions was developed with Amersham funding by physicians at Cardiovascular Consultants in St. Louis and Georgetown University in Washington, DC.