Best Buy to help physicians overcome IT challenges

July 29, 2010

Minneapolis, MN and Bothell, WA – July 21, 2010 – Best Buy unit Best Buy For Business and Cardiac Science Corporation today announced an alliance to help physicians overcome the medical technology challenges that impede rapid adoption of connected medical technologies. Best Buy For Business serves small and medium businesses and provides a wide array of computing products and expert information technology (IT) support services. Cardiac Science Corporation produces automated external defibrillator (AED) and diagnostic cardiac monitoring devices.

The partnership is an important pillar in the business unit’s strategy to focus on markets with the strongest need and growth potential.

The Best Buy For Business team will help physician offices choose computing and networking products which will allow utilization of Cardiac Science medical device purchases, including products such as CareCenter MD, a new PC-based diagnostic workstation for ECG and stress, and HeartCentrix, an EMR-device connectivity solution for Cardiac Science ECG, stress, and Holter products. Practices also may utilize Best Buy’s Geek Squad team of trained IT experts to install and support these computer and networking products.

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