Not Missing a Beat: Murj Launches Cardiac Device Data Management Platform

Not missing a beat — literally — Murj, Inc., a digital health company dedicated to helping clinicians streamline care for patients with implantable cardiac devices, announced on Monday the general availability of the company’s cloud-based, HIPAA-compliant application that consolidates data from all implantable cardiac device (CIED) types and manufacturers into what the company calls an “elegant, robust platform that delivers rapid clinical care and deep patient insight.”

The Murj platform will be featured at booth #331 at the Heart Rhythm Scientific Sessions (HRS) conference that will take place May 10-13 in Chicago, Ill.

“We are excited to share our solution with the electrophysiology community at HRS and beyond,” said Todd Butka, CEO of Murj. “Our mission is to enhance the lives of cardiac care professionals and their patients through a well-designed and innovative device management platform, and we truly believe Murj delivers on that goal.”

To ease the growing burden of CIED device data transmissions, Murj facilitates an efficient and rapid workflow, reducing a routine device check to under two minutes and just two clicks. Physicians can review and approve all device impressions with ease, and patient historicals and prior events are immediately available. Recalls can be easily managed using proprietary analytics. Murj allows clinics to boost their productivity and more consistently achieve the recommended number of patient follow-up touchpoints each year.

We’re told that Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital recently began utilizing Murj in Monterey County, Calif. The clinic had live streams of patient data in Murj within days of signing a contract, due to Murj’s simple, cloud-based set-up process.

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