Dr. Thomas Dalsgaard Nielsen - Cardiologist in Birmingham, Alabama
A fellow of the American College of Cardiology, Dr. Thomas Dalsgaard Nielsen practices as a physician at American Family Care in Birmingham, Alabama. He leverages multiple board certifications to provide non-interventional cardiology treatments to his patients. Additionally, Dr. Thomas Dalsgaard Nielsen holds certification for implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs) and pacemakers.
Dr. Nielsen also serves as the founder and CEO of base2 Medical, LLC, a medical software development firm. In this capacity, he created the LabStar program to benefit medical professionals by simplifying clinical tasks and increasing managerial efficiency in nuclear cardiology laboratories.
In preparation for his career, Dr. Nielsen earned a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in electrical engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology before going on to secure his MD at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas. Furthering his training, he completed a residency in internal medicine at the Duke University Medical Center and a cardiology research fellowship at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
A Brief Overview of LabSTAR
Dr. Thomas Dalsgaard Nielsen practices medicine in Birmingham, Alabama, where he serves as a physician at American Family Care. Leveraging his expertise in cardiology, Dr. Thomas Dalsgaard Nielsen developed LabSTAR under his startup business, base2 Medical, LLC.
A nuclear laboratory statistics and reporting software, LabSTAR improves the quality of health care data recording because it was designed by a medical professional, rather than a computer programmer with little expertise in how clinicians carry out their responsibilities. The software removes extraneous notes that serve no purpose in delivering care, ensuring that only critical data is available for review. LabSTAR utilizes a simple point and click interface that gives users, such as medical professionals at St. Vincent’s Birmingham and Southview Cardiovascular Associates, the ability to obtain reports and export them in multiple formats instantly.
The software contains menu options for database, stress, study information, imaging, echocardiograms, perfusion, and function. It has been updated to meet the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s standards for the 10th revision of the international classification of diseases, commonly referred to as ICD-10. To learn more about LabSTAR, visit www.labstar.net.