Integrated surveillance:
The new standard in non-critical care.

Today’s “sicker and quicker” non-critical care environment requires teams to handle increasingly complex workloads and fluctuating acuity. To maintain and enhance quality and safety in an era of compressed care, health systems are moving away from episodic patient vital signs monitoring to integrated surveillance. Capsule technologies make this new standard possible through Capsule Vitals Plus.

Capsule Vitals Plus enables enhances surveillance and safety by leveraging industry-leading connectivity to collect, analyze and integrate vital signs data, clinical observations and other contextual data to reveal actionable trends at the bedside. It provides intelligence at the point of care and creates single-screen workflow efficiencies for bedside providers.


Capsule Vitals Plus improves the accuracy and timeliness of bedside information

  • Consolidates, standardizes and integrates patient vital signs history with other contextual data to reveal trends at the bedside
  • Reduces charting time from hours to minutes
  • Single-screen data workflow mitigates interruptions associated with patient risk
  • Early Warning Scoring System (EWSS) supports rapid interventions at the first signs of decline

With powerful features to improve your standard of care

  • Single-screen vitals capture, display, and documentation
  • Integrated early warning score system (EWSS) configurable to your hospital’s protocol
  • NIBP interval mode and continuous monitoring of SpO2
  • HL7 alarm routing
  • Rapid authentication
  • Reliable vitals integration to the EMR and other downstream systems

Capsule Vitals Plus

An all-in-one monitoring and clinical documentation solution, Capsule Vitals Plus offers a patient-centric view of all vital signs and contextual data, across all units. It also incorporates bedside analytics to identify the earliest signs of deterioration along with recommended actions.

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Chart Xpress

Capsule Chart Xpress provides mobile connectivity to existing spot monitors, automates documentation, and streamlines vitals collection and charting from hours to minutes, all while ensuring accurate and rapid delivery of validated information for clinical decision-making.

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Cost-Effective Upgrade Path to Intelligent Care.

Maximize your existing patient vital signs monitoring investment with Capsule Chart XPress to add connectivity to your existing spot monitors. Upgradable using the same Capsule Neuro 2, and featuring a common user interface, it’s seamless to integrate and easy to train. By upgrading, you’ll be able to leverage your existing Capsule infrastructure and remote management tools, and start realizing the benefits of intelligent care at the bedside.

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March 31, 2020

Capsule Technologies Announces First Go-Live in South Africa Netcare Hospital

Press Release

Successful implementation aligns with Netcare’s vision for more accessible and data-driven patient care.

March 27, 2020

Learning from COVID-19: Urgent Call for Innovation

Blog

Recognizing the intense strain that is being put on hospitals and health systems in this crisis, Capsule is providing software licenses for Ventilated Patient Surveillance free of charge for up to 6 months.

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