HScribe™ Holter Analysis System

HScribe™ Holter Analysis System

Welch Allyn®

The HScribe Holter Analysis System for hospitals can satisfy a full range of Holter monitoring needs, from simple to complex installations.

Multiple HScribe workstations can acquire, review and generate reports within a shared database, and customizable, electronic final reports can be manually or automatically exported to any networked destination. Retrospective, prospective and superimposition scanning modes are supported for traditional and advanced scanning options. VERITAS® signal processing algorithms provide superior accuracy in beat detection, labeling and noise rejection for better identification of events and rapid scanning of recordings. 12-lead ECG monitored at a Surveyor™ Central System can also be imported for complete Holter analysis. The system supports HL7 and DICOM® bidirectional interfaces. A wizard-like application allows recorder preparation, local data download, patient demographic entry, diary event annotation and recording transfer via secure Internet/Intranet connections.


  • Export electronic file reports to any networked destination
  • Import Holter recordings from an unlimited number of remote sites
  • Retrieve a Modality Worklist and store final reports in your PACS with DICOM
  • Features VERITAS signal processing algorithms
  • Supports HL7 and DICOM bidirectional interfaces
  • Retrospective, prospective and superimposition scanning modes supported

Safe and Secure Data Transfer

The Web Upload Holter and ABP data transfer solution enables Holter and ABP recordings to be uploaded from a computer with Internet access to a scanning center equipped with the Web Upload solution. A wizard-like user interface allows for quick and easy Holter recorder and ambulatory blood pressure recorder data transfer, patient demographic entry, diary event annotation and recorder media preparation. A web-based application means there is no limit to the number of client sites, and secure transfer (SSL) with authentication helps protect patients’ privacy and facilitates regulatory and HIPAA compliance.