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Philips is happy to welcome Capsule as a Philips company. As one team, we look forward to expanding our leadership in patient care management solutions for the hospital.
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Introducing Capsule Medical Device Information Platform version 2020-1

Making the complex simple and the simple insightful just became easier. Upgrade to the latest Capsule Medical Device Information Platform (MDIP) release 2020-1.

One platform. Three focused solutions. Countless benefits.

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Unlock the power of
medical device data
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Medical Device
Integration
Simplify patient vitals
acquisition & utilization
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Patient
Monitoring
Identify at-risk
patients sooner
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Clinical
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Capsule COVID-19 Response Program

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are offering to add continuous clinical surveillance for ventilated patients to your existing Capsule Medical Device Information Platform (MDIP) installation version 9 or higher.

The Solution: Simplify Clinical Workflows

Improve Patient Safety, Communication, Satisfaction and Experience for Providers and Patients Alike.

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Data Overload Creates Complexity Compression & Patient Risk

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Insights & Events

Catch up on the latest from Capsule

April 8, 2021

How provider orgs need to respond to 2021’s cybersecurity threats

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Healthcare IT News’ Bill Siwicki recently interviewed Dore about why he believes hospitals and health systems can expect increased advanced persistent threats and targeted ransomware on the entire healthcare logistics chain, even down to the point of care.

March 18, 2021

Capnography: Key Measure for Proper Airway Placement, Return of Spontaneous Circulation, and Advanced Airway Displacement

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Capnography, in the measurement of end-tidal carbon dioxide, provides an immediate assessment of ventilation adequacy, which is particularly helpful when treating patients who are in cardiac arrest or who have an advanced airway in place – supporting Patient Safety.

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Drew BJ, Harris P, Zègre-Hemsey JK, et al. “Insights into the problem of alarm fatigue with physiologic monitor devices: a comprehensive observational study of consecutive intensive care unit patients.” PLoS One. 2014;9(10):e110274. Published 2014 Oct 22.
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FierceHealthcare,com. “Hospitals rank alarm fatigue as top patient safety concern.” January 22, 2014.
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Airway Safety Movement. Unplanned extubation fact sheet.
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