Proven connectivity to capture thousands of data points for your most critical patients

When seconds count, you want dynamic data at your fingertips. The most critical information shared with all caregivers who help save lives. Give all caregivers a bigger, better picture of the patient’s journey and current health status. With boosted interoperability, let us collect the data from your devices from the ventilator to the heart monitor—automatically share even the most discrete patient data with the overall HIS record.

Critical Care Manager helps to reduce complexities inherent in ICU by assessing potential complications, identifying patterns, and notifying the clinical team when patients are at their most vulnerable. The systems helps to automate your neonatal, pediatric, and adult intensive care units with editable best practice workflows from hundreds of hospitals around the world–while giving your physicians, nurses, and therapists access to rich, informative data on a single screen so they can focus on their patients.

Key features:

  • Automatic collection of data through connectivity to medical devices and intravenous pumps
  • Standard and configurable case templates
  • Intuitive ICU documentation
  • Advanced fluid management
  • Shared data across the perioperative suite and into the ICU
  • Proactive tracking and reporting of care compliance
  • Audit trail and high-level security
  • Clinical Context Object Workgroup based (CCOW) desktop integration for orders
  • Standard operational reports and quality reporting
  • Remote access to clinical record

Clinical documentation that helps adhere to institutional workflow standards

  • Centralized documentation system for the entire ICU multidisciplinary team, generating consistent, structured and legible clinical documentation
  • Reduce the risk of errors resulting from repetitive documentation, transcription of clinical data from one place to another and illegible notes
  • Customizable forms and templates to reflect institutional requirements used by each ICU department
  • Modify forms to meet department requirements or import sections of a form into another form for re-use

Interoperability eliminates duplication of information

  • Gather patient information from monitors, ventilators, laboratory systems, hospital information systems (HIS) and other medical devices at the bedside
  • Eliminate redundant data entry and transcription errors allowing clinicians to spend more time delivering patient care

Powerful data correlation

  • Graphically display trends to give clinicians a visual image of data correlation at the point of care
  • Add clinical interventions allowing clinicians with the correlation of the physiologic data and assist in evaluating the efficacy of care
  • Easily change trends on the fly using commonly accepted graphing techniques, such as floating bar graphs, connected lines, individual symbols with user-selected colors and symbols or actual values

Gain nurse efficiencies using standard protocols

  • Create standard, hospital-define order sets or protocols—allowing the clinician to tailor the treatment and documentation specifically to the individual patient
  • Increase compliance with regulatory or departmental requirements for documentation (and react quickly to regulatory change)

Expedite the transfer of information between staff

  • Generate a patient summary in seconds—providing important information collected over the previous 24-hour period,  summarized in an easy-to-view standard format
  • Save clinicians’ time when transferring patient information between nurses at shift change, during physician rounds or when transferring patients between clinical areas 
  • Minimize the risk of errors and communication gaps, and enhances caregiver productivity

Clear visibility to fluids and medications

  • Cut the amount of time the clinicians spend adding up intake and output totals with automatic fluid balances
  • Reduce fluid balance documentation errors with fluid management capability and direct connection to IV infusion pumps, providing up to the minute fluid balance calculations 

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Anesthesiology 2017 (ASA)

October 21-25, 2017

Boston Convention Center, Boston, MA

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