Tags: Health IT
When it comes to medical devices, most people think of patient monitoring and physiologic data such as HR, SPO2, respiration rate waveforms and physiologic alarms. But there’s a lot more “under the hood” of a device – a lot more than just physiologic data that, when applied in new ways, can contribute to patient safety efforts and help with operational efficiencies.
CHALLENGE: Optimizing the management and use of medical device data
Government mandates, quality initiatives, and incentives have encouraged healthcare delivery organizations to more rapidly implement information technology throughout their respective enterprises, especially when it comes to automating the documentation of patient care in their electronic medical records. Only recently, though, have they begun to realize the unique value of medical device data elements — a combination of physiologic data, therapeutic device settings, and alarm information — to provide powerful clinical and operational insight and support, and to drive other applications essential to patient care and safety.
Vision for medical-grade connectivity in the hospital, at home and all points in between
In this 3-minute video, Rick Valencia shares the thinking behind Qualcomm Life's "Internet of Medical Things" strategy and the benefits of Capsule's SmartLinx MDIS and Qualcomm Life's 2net vendor-neutral platforms. Combining the platforms’ respective core competencies in medical device connectivity and integration will help enable disparate systems from hospital to home to seamlessly provide medical device data that can improve the delivery of patient care.
Convergence & Collaboration Podcast: Episode 2
Listen to this podcast episode of Capsule’s Convergence & Collaboration Show and discover the positive impact medical device data can have on your clinical workflow. In this 14 minute podcast our guest will share how the implementation of advanced technology enabling periodic vital signs to be entered into the patient’s record electronically, before the clinician leaves the bedside, improved nurse efficiency aiding an academic medical center to deliver a higher level of care to more patients in less time and without any increased staffing costs.