John Zaleski presenting at 2016 San Jose Connected Health Device Development Summit

John Zaleski PhD speaks at Health Device Development summitBernoulli CIO John Zaleski to speak at 2016 San Jose Connected Health Device Development Summit

Bernoulli CIO, John Zaleski, will be presenting on interoperability at the 2016 San Jose Connected Health Device Development Summit, December 7-8, in California.

Zaleski’s panel presentation—Interoperability: Integrating Your Connected Device with the Hospital, Clinic and Home Ecosystems—will include:

  • Understanding common interfaces used in the marketplace like Wi-Fi and space on the spectrum
  • Receiving updates on HL7 and IHE standards
  • Exploring better practices being used to address HIPAA privacy and security concerns during the onboarding process

He will be joined by Steve Abrahamson, Director, Product Security Engineering, GE Healthcare, and Steve Hegenderfer, Director, Developer Programs, Bluetooth. Zaleski will be speaking Thursday, December 8, 2016, from 8:30am-9:15am (PT).

The Summit showcases emerging trends and innovations that will set the tone for the biomed industry in 2017 and beyond. The conference offers training on digital device trends and exploring effective ways to overcome barriers to market entry.

Bernoulli to be exhibiting at the 2016 AARC Congress

 Visit Bernoulli at Booth 839 during AARC Congress 2016

Bernoulli at AARC CongressBernoulli will be exhibiting at Booth #839 during the American Association for Respiratory Care AARC Congress 2016, October 15-18, 2016, in San Antonio, TX.

Bernoulli—the leader in vendor-neutral, real-time device connectivity, clinical surveillance monitoring and advanced alarm management for Respiratory Care—will be demonstrating the power of its Bernoulli One™ platform to enable remote access to ventilator data and alarms, as well as provide continuous clinical surveillance for patients on opioids.

Bernoulli One’s ability to deliver patient monitoring throughout the hospital and real-time insights through clinical surveillance to centralized dashboards and mobile devices helps respiratory therapists:

  • Improve patient safety by aiding in the early detection of risks and negative trends.
  • Support greater therapist efficiency with aggregated, contextual patient data available remotely, including smart alarms to reduce alarm fatigue.
  • Help reduce patient length of stay by early identification of opportunities to accelerate weaning from the ventilator, even when away from the bedside.

Stop by the Bernoulli booth to see all the ways we can help you respiratory department achieve its goals for better patient care. Please contact us today to schedule a meeting.

Becker’s Hospital Review 137 healthcare entrepreneurs to know

For seriously ill patients, American health care is among the best. One of the reasons is the serious commitment to innovation by corporations in the healthcare field.

Entrepreneurs Improving Healthcare Quality

According to Becker’s Hospital Review there are 137 entrepreneurs in the healthcare space who are innovating in the medical, IT, consumer and medical professional fields.

Bernoulli’s CEO, Janet Dillione,  is one of them.

Bernoulli is  focused on real-time connection in health care with more than 1,200 systems installed. The flagship platform is Bernoulli One, a real-time, end-to-end connected healthcare platform combining comprehensive and vendor-agnostic medical device integration with powerful middleware, clinical surveillance and telemedicine, among other applications.

To see the list click this link.

The Patient Safety Movement’s goal ZERO preventable deaths by 2020

patient safety movement pledge

There are still gaps in the continuity of care but the Patient Safety Movement is making progress. A report from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality stated that an estimated 1.3 million fewer patients were harmed in U.S. hospitals between 2010 and 2013, and that an estimate of 34,530 deaths were prevented in 2013. This resulted in a cumulative cost savings during the period analyzed as being approximately $12 billion.

As inspiring as this news is the improvement falls short of the goals set which aimed to reduce preventable hospital-acquired conditions by 40% by the end of 2014. Hitting that mark would mean 1.8 million fewer harms, 60,000 fewer deaths and savings of as much as $35 billion.

 Now two years later, the Patient Safety Movement believes, more than ever, that the elimination of preventable deaths is an obtainable goal if hospitals, medical technology companies, clinicians, and the government share data that can identify at-risk patients. By providing specific actionable solutions, healthcare professionals can identify and meet the challenges, as well as, promote patient dignity, and empower providers.

Janet Dillione, CEO of Bernoulli has pledged Bernoulli Health to this goal. By taking this pledge, Bernoulli and 61 other companies are working towards making a difference  to help reverse the tide of preventable patient deaths.

To read more on The Patient Safety Movement go to