May 19, 2022
How Surveillance-Level Data Monitoring Supports Safer Care in Hospitals Despite Staffing Challenges
by John R. Zaleski
Having access to live, streaming, surveillance-level data better prepares medical response teams to deliver care and possibly prevent emergencies in the first place.
March 16, 2022
Patient Monitoring vs. Clinical Surveillance: There are Differences
by John R. Zaleski
Patient monitoring and clinical surveillance, though related, are different. Clinical surveillance uses the results of monitoring to recognize changes in the patient’s clinical status, interpret the potential clinical implications of these changes, and to help clinicians decide if further actions are required.
September 15, 2021
Lessons Learned from a Fully Remote Services Model
by Peter Bjornholm, Rebecca Dalton and Edith Gillet
Capsule technical and clinical consultants continually optimize remote service delivery to support healthcare providers in deploying, implementing, and maintaining integration and data solutions.
June 24, 2021
Observations of High-pressure and Rapid Shallow Breathing in Mechanically Ventilated COVID-19 Patients: An Interim Assessment
by Jessica Serrao and John Zaleski
An ongoing study shows that combination smart alerts derived from medical device data can help to identify clinically actionable events.
May 11, 2021
Smart Alert: A Harbinger of Adverse Events in Critical Care Settings
by Jessica Serrao
Contextualized surveillance smart alerts support patient safety and clinician satisfaction by helping identify emergent clinically actionable events and reducing alarm fatigue.
May 6, 2021
Adverse Events Can Happen Anywhere, Anytime, Including Patient Transport
by Halley Herndon and Cathleen Olguin
Healthcare organizations efficiently harness valuable waveform data for clinical research, utilizing advanced integration technology to capture waveforms from medical devices and tailor the data to the requirements of downstream systems such as analytics applications and research databases.