Medical gadget integration and analytics vendor Excel Medical, an organization that markets applied sciences designed to eradicate sudden deaths in hospitals, introduced its solution for Epic.
Excel mentioned the providing delivers physiological knowledge, together with waveforms, vitals and medical alarms, into Epic’s workflows throughout Hyperspace, Canto, Haiku and Rover functions.
WHY IT MATTERS
Today’s clinicians are overburdened with time calls for and are wanting for real-time affected person knowledge by way of their EHRs. But the method hasn’t been absolutely streamlined, inflicting clinician burnout to not point out sudden deaths in U.S. hospitals.
Excel mentioned the new instrument is designed to ease that burden by utilizing a single platform to help affected person displays, medical gadgets, alarm administration, digital cardiac monitor documentation, and real-time physiological surveillance.
Last May, we reported that Excel Medical debuted Wave, an FDA-cleared affected person surveillance and predictive algorithm platform that is now accessible in Epic’s App Orchard.
“Being in App Orchard is not only a game changer for Excel, but more important, it opens the doors to improved patient surveillance for clinical care teams,” mentioned Mary Baum, chief technique officer at Excel Medical.
The platform is obtainable by way of the seller’s AlarmView and TeleTrend apps within the app retailer, which opened in 2017. Both apps allow hospital info programs to make predictive analytics an actionable course of, in accordance with Excel Medical.
ON THE RECORD
“We all are aware of the clinical limitations of traditional MDI: it simply provides a vital sign into a flowsheet,” mentioned Lance Burton, president of Excel Medical, in a press release. “This misses the majority of the patient’s clinical picture and impedes workflows. By delivering clinical content across Epic’s suite of applications, Excel Medical supports clinical decision making.”
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