Bernoulli to Present Poster on Alarm Reduction at National Patient Safety Foundation

Bernoulli to Present Poster on Alarm Reduction at National Patient Safety Foundation

Jeanne Venella, DNP, MS, RN, CEN, CPEN, Chief Nursing Officer at Bernoulli will present a poster on alarm reduction, during the 18th Annual NPSF Patient Safety Congress, May 23-26, 2016, in Scottsdale, AZ. The poster is based on a paper Dr. Venella co-authored on selectively delaying alarm notifications to reduce clinician alarm fatigue for patients receiving patient-controlled analgesia (PCA). The poster will be on display in the Learning & Simulation Center/Exhibit Hall on Tuesday, May 24. The poster is based on a forthcoming paper co-authored by Dr. Venella, Dr. John Zaleski, Chief Informatics Officer, Bernoulli, and Dr. Leah Baron, Chair Department of Anesthesiology, Virtua Memorial Hospital.

Interested in learning more about Bernoulli’s alarm reduction and management capabilities? Please contact us today to schedule a meeting.

AACN’s 2016 National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition

Visit Bernoulli at Booth 3843 during American Association of Critical Care Nurses 2016 National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition

Bernoulli will be exhibiting at Booth #3843 during the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses’ 2016 National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition (NTI), May 16-19, 2016, in New Orleans.

The Bernoulli team will be demonstrating patient surveillance capabilities and its unique clinical alarm solution, which leverages baseline alarm evaluations and smart alarm capabilities to reduce, rather than merely manage, clinical alarms. Bernoulli will also feature its next-level medical device integration capabilities, which supports advanced direct-to-device connectivity for EHR integration and real-time predictive analytics.

Interested in learning more? Please contact us today to schedule a meeting

NorthShore Case Study: Medical Device Integration across a Health System to Support Patient-Focused Care

NorthShore Case Study: Medical Device Integration across a Health System to Support Patient-Focused Care

comppicture3NorthShore University HealthSystem partnered with Nuvon—now Bernoulli—to deliver medical device connectivity and integration in order to provide enhanced quality of care and patient safety at the health system’s four Chicagoland hospitals.

Bernoulli  developed, deployed and implemented medical device connectivity within anesthesia and critical care areas, including surgical services in the Operating Rooms and supporting departments at all four of NorthShore’s hospitals. Supporting departments include Gastroenterology, Catheterization Lab, Interventional Radiology, Computed Tomography, Labor and Delivery, and Pain Clinic.

Bernoulli’s Nuvon VEGA platform delivers on its promise of accurate, real-time patient data, anytime, anywhere, because it is the only system that delivers these five unique benefits:

  1. Best patient care outcomes with real-time synchronized patient data that are available wherever the patient is, and wherever the clinician is, on multiple platforms like workstations, tablets, or Smart phones.
  2. Lowest overall cost of ownership, with a single system management controller that does not require expensive add-ons as the hospital expands connectivity.
  3. Maximum reliability, with plug and play connectivity supporting the automatic identification patient care devices of any make and model, and a dashboard providing technicians with real-time monitoring and alerts so they can remotely address issues before the clinician realizes that a problem exists.
  4. Highest level of patient data security and privacy, with data encrypted from the point of capture and throughout the transmission and data access protected by authentication.
  5. An MDI platform integrated with rules and post-processing that enables creating new information, notifications, analysis and reports from the discrete data collected from the bedside.

To read the entire case study download the Northshore Casestudy PDF.

Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Research Report on Bernoulli

Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Research Report

Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Research Report

Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Research Report covers the following:

  • Background and Company Performance

  • Industry Challenges

  • Product Family Attributes and Business Impact

  • Significance of Product Leadership

  • Understanding Product Leadership

  • Key Benchmarking Criteria

  • Best Practice Award Analysis for Bernoulli

  • Decision Support Scorecard

  • Product Family Attributes

  • Business Impact

  • Decision Support Matrix

  • The Intersection between 360-Degree Research and Best Practices Awards

  • Research Methodology

  • Best Practices Recognition: 10 Steps to Researching, Identifying, and Recognizing Best

    Practices

Frost and Sullivan’s extensive research estimates that the average acute-care hospital deploys more than 600 medical devices for patient monitoring. There is an increasing demand from healthcare providers for connecting medical devices to their electronic health record (EHR) capture patient information to generate actionable clinical insights to support better patient outcomes.

According to the report:

Frost and Sullivan’s extensive research confirms that Bernoulli’s clients have witnessed improvements in their operational efficiency standards in the area of high acuity care as a result of Bernoulli’s integrated connectivity product suite. The Bernoulli One  platform offers robust clinical connectivity solutions, for administering the quality care and enabling better patient outcomes. Furthermore, its Virtual ICU solution with remote monitoring capabilities for real-time centralized surveillance of acute care patients offers flexibility to overcome critical challenges, improving patient safety and operational excellence.

Click here to read the full Frost and Sullivan Best Practices Research Report on Bernoulli