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Having the right data at hand enables hospital quality to improve care, patient safety and hospital reputation
Deliver faster results for
Continuous Improvement Programs
Transform raw data into actionable intelligence
"Data, data, data. I cannot make bricks without clay..."
Too much noise!
An average nurse can experience over 1,000 alert notifications per shift!
75% - 99% of notifications are false or unnecessary
All of this "noise" affects patient safety and the quality of patient care.
source: PubMed (Susan Sendelback, Marjorie Funk)
Decision Support Data to Drive Programs
several of the key responsibilities in hospital quality organizations
And simplifies other tasks
that can prove challenging
Risk increases when alarm fatigue desensitizes staff
Fall prevention initiatives benefit from
seeing various conditions that typically
precede these events.
Track all critical metrics and be prepared with reports that satisfy regulations without having to scramble or wrestle with formatting.
Turning down the noise gives nursing teams more quality time with patients and keeps the whole environment more peaceful for better outcomes.
Decision Support for Alarm Committees
With the right data, sorted and presented the right way, Alarm Committees can quickly make an impact.
Useful data is being thrown away
Unused data can provide critical insight to improve safety and operations
of data is used by
the EMR system
of data is clinically
significant by discarded
Alarm Analytics is like an
endoscope for your alarm/alert environment!
Data is collected and correlated
to diagnose the conditions and
causes of extraneous alarms,
and model the impact of changes.
The practice of transforming raw data from medical devices into actionable intelligence.
Leading Organizations are using CareSight
STAFF RESPONSE TIME
Reduction of urgently
Decrease in Average Voice Response
Reduction of respiratory leads off notification
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