Connecting Patient Information between Acute and Post-Acute Care

Many health systems have not integrated post-acute care (PAC) as a core component of their delivery systems.1 However, there is an opportunity to better use post-acute assets from long-term acute-care hospitals, inpatient rehabilitation facilities and skilled nursing facilities. Acute-care clinicians need access to complete patient data, shared across care settings, in order to make the best care decisions.

Our platform captures and shares patient data across care settings, unlocking vital information in real-time. We help providers manage patients with chronic conditions, focus resources more effectively, and make informed interventions that can improve care transitions and reduce readmissions.

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Vitals Stream

Designed for ORs and high-acuity care areas, Vitals Stream provides continuous near-real time vitals data and connectivity status at a glance. Users can easily see which devices are connected and associate all captured data with the right patient ID.

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University of Miami Health
May 21, 2020

Capsule’s Ventilated Patient Surveillance Workstation Helping to Meet Hospital Care Demands for Critical COVID-19 Patients

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The Capsule VPS workstation is already in use by several leading healthcare organizations with the University of Miami Health System among new sites to go-live.

How Alarm Management Differs from Alarm Surveillance
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How Alarm Management Differs from Alarm Surveillance

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1
“Using Telehealth, mHealth Technology to Help Seniors Age in Place.” mHealth Intelligence.
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“Post-Acute Care Orgs Lack IT, Data Analytics for Value-Based Care.” Revcycle Intelligence.
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“Using Telehealth, mHealth Technology to Help Seniors Age in Place.” mHealth Intelligence.