Perminova develops and markets web-based software for use in cardiovascular surgery. The company is pioneering healthcare’s move from outdated client-server technology to modern-and-secure cloud computing. Perminova offers customers Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), allowing them to take full advantage of surgical information systems that are far more robust, flexible and cost-effective than those currently available.
Perminova Cardio is the first cardiovascular information system that’s entirely in the cloud. Customized for each surgical specialty, Perminova Cardio is a workflow optimizer that manages scheduling, surgical data, and billing – before, during and after cardiac procedures. Because it’s browser-based, Perminova Cardio can be accessed anytime, anywhere and on any web-enabled laptop, PC or tablet.
Perminova EP is a customized module of Perminova Cardio for use in Electrophysiology (EP) labs. It was designed by cardiologists for cardiologists. Mount Sinai Hospital in New York and UC San Diego Health System’s Thornton Hospital, Sulpizio Cardiovascular Center and UC San Diego Medical Center are among the prestigious hospitals currently using Perminova EP.
Perminova’s web-based system seamlessly integrates with existing patient information systems, while its cloud-computing structure allows for dramatic reduction of onsite hardware, personnel resources and overall IT costs. Currently, when a healthcare system deploys software for patient information, it must install and integrate software on multitudes of computers, devices and servers throughout numerous facilities. But Perminova products are browser-based, not device-based, so they can deploy via the web, without armies of consultants, budget-busting contracts or expensive new hardware.
Perminova currently has software development underway for Perminova Cath and Perminova Vascular, modules created for the cardiac catheterization and cardiac vascular specialties.