The new software release includes an updated user interface and patient database, and supports industry integration standards into electronic medical record (EMR) environments.

The new software will help physicians streamline the practice workflow and allow them to access a patient’s test results electronically through their EMR systems.

The new software supports major industry reporting standards including HL7 and DICOM, optimizing connectivity to leading electronic medical records systems in the market.

Cambridge Heart CEO Ali Haghighi-Mood said the new software will enable customers, particularly multi-physician practices and hospitals, to realize an increase in the usability of products, and supports their goals of a transition into EMR environments by providing compatibility with industry standards.

MTWA test, originally based on research conducted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is reimbursed by Medicare under its National Coverage Policy.