You may have noticed things look a little different around here. Exciting things are happening this year, both at LSI and in the cardiopulmonary industry. LSI is beginning 2016 with a rebrand – new website, refreshed logo, updated educational materials and expanded advocacy efforts. We think this new brand will help give you a clearer picture of who we are and where we’re going. Read more »
In honor of Cardiac Rehab Week (Feb. 14-20) and as a show of support for cardiac rehabs all over the nation, we’re holding a special contest. But before we get into the details of the contest, we want to talk about why we’re doing this. Read more »
Day On The Hill (DOTH) in March 2015, is a key part of AACVPR’s advocacy with the U.S. Congress. (AACVPR is the American Association of CardioVascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.) DOTH gives AACVPR members opportunities to meet with their legislators and legislative staffs as constituents—as voters and healthcare professionals. Read more »
Charlotte (June 18th, 2014) – Life Systems International (LSI) is pleased to announce the commercial release of Registry Sync, the newest time saving feature in TrensCenter®. Through a custom interface the LSI telemetry and data management system is now able to send outcome data from any LSI system or workstation to the AACVPR Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation Registry. LSI’s outcomes program saves valuable time by validating the patient data prior to being sent to ensure compatibility with registry data elements. All new LSI implementations will have the Registry Sync included in their LSI system at time of implementation. The company has a staged implementation plan for current customers who are eligible for this no-charge software update; which includes Windows 7 OS customers as well as Windows XP users.
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Sweat drips down his forehead as he squints at the basket. The crowd is silent. The only sound he hears is the inhale and exhale of his own breath. He takes a deep breath through his nose; the game riding on him making this shot. Thoughts of the months of training are pushed from his mind as his focuses solely on the basket. The basketball feels taut, alive almost, in his hands as he bounces it—one, two, three times—on the court. He exhales. Aims. Releases the ball into an arc soaring over the heads of friends and foe alike. Read more »
Shady Grove Adventist Hospital in Rockville, MD, has installed one of the largest cardiac rehab monitoring systems in the country, using all new LSI equipment. A total of 32 channels will allow the cardiac rehab to serve over 180 patients a day by monitoring their post-op cardiac vitals and other physiological parameters.
Cardiac Director Barbara Courtney began meeting with LSI President Korey Sixbury in 2006, in part to find ways to improve the performance of her current LSI equipment. “They were not getting the support and solutions they needed under our previous ownership,” Sixbury explained. “Barbara gave us a generous opportunity to come in and analyze the system and make recommendations for improvement.”
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CHICAGO (September 8, 2011) – The American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR) is creating an Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation Registry to provide cardiac rehabilitation programs with national outcomes data for benchmarking and to demonstrate the positive impact of cardiac rehabilitation on the morbidity, mortality, physical function, and quality of life of heart patients. This will be the United States’ first nationwide registry of its kind. Read more »
LSI was featured in Media Planet’s March 2009 Cardiovascular Health insert in The Washington Post.
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