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An intelligent solution for existing vital-sign monitors.

Capsule Chart Xpress is a flexible, cost-effective way to eliminate much of the time, hassle and error of manual charting required in non-critical care areas. It transforms existing spot monitors into connected solutions that capture, validate and periodically deliver vital signs from the bedside to the EMR.

With Chart Xpress, charting can be performed in seconds, giving care teams more time with patients.

Increases time for direct patient care

  • Reviews and validates data at the point of care for further efficiencies
  • Drastically reduces charting time while simplifying clinical workflow
  • Can be configured to any clinical workflow

Improves accuracy and timeliness of data

  • Captures and documents vital signs before the clinician leaves the bedside
  • Enables rapid intervention through an optional Early Warning Scoring System
  • Eliminates errors associated with manual charting, improving accuracy

Creates cost efficiencies

  • Adds connectivity and documentation to any spot check monitor
  • Leverages existing Capsule infrastructure and remote management tools
  • Upgradable to Vitals Plus using our modular design
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Learn more about how Capsule Chart Xpress can cost-effectively create workflow efficiencies and improve intelligence at the point of care.

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