Cutting through the chaos of your medical device ecosystem
Cardiac monitoring devices are ubiquitous in healthcare environments, tracking patient data across care areas. The hope is that this monitoring will allow clinicians to anticipate and prevent a host of negative outcomes. Unfortunately, with the thousands upon thousands of monitoring devices spread across a typical hospital setting, the result is a cacophony of data.
The goal of achieving proactive patient care is attainable, today. Many health systems will struggle to achieve this goal unless a system is put in place to:
- Meticulously document patient data directly into the EMR
- Make patient data accessible to users at the point-of-care
- Store and access patient data over time
- Provide algorithmic frameworks to help analyze and interpret patient data to improve the efficiency and decision making in delivering quality care
This paper explores how streamlined, automated, and standardized cardiac monitoring documentation supports true clinical collaboration and improved patient care—cutting through the chaos of the medical device ecosystem.
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