Cyberattacks: Don’t Overlook Medical Devices
June 23, 2020

Cyberattacks: Don’t Overlook Medical Devices

by Christophe Dore

Using a medical device integration solution that brings security to the connected devices can make securing such integration easier, safer, and more cost-effective.

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June 2, 2020

How Connected Medical Devices Can Slow COVID-19 Spread in Hospitals

A recent interview with Kevin Phillips, Capsule’s VP of Product Management and Marketing, has been published by HIMSS TV. In the video, Kevin provides some background on Capsule and answers questions related to our Medical Device Information Platform and the use of streaming medical device to support better patient care.

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How Alarm Management Differs from Alarm Surveillance
May 19, 2020

How Alarm Management Differs from Alarm Surveillance

by Sarah Williams

While both alarm management and alarm surveillance prioritize patient safety, they differ. Understanding these distinctions is key to reducing fatigue and improving clinical outcomes.

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May 14, 2020

Medical Device Integration: Essential Infrastructure

by Hemant Goel

I’m pleased to report that our ventilated patient surveillance solution is now supporting front line clinicians treating COVID-19 patients in a number of U.S. hospitals.

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Improving Nurse Retention and Driving Value-Based Care
May 5, 2020

Improving Nurse Retention and Driving Value-Based Care

The strategies that healthcare providers have previously used to retain nurses are no longer enough to offset the challenges healthcare currently faces in terms of improving nurse retention and driving value-based care.

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importance of ventilator surveillance
April 14, 2020

A view of COVID-19 from the frontlines and the importance of ventilator surveillance

by John Zaleski

As both a clinician and a data scientist for a health technology company, it is clear to me that this unfortunate pandemic has made it no longer an option for hospitals to ignore technology that help and protect overwhelmed clinicians manage the strain of the impossible caseloads caused by COVID-19.

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