Medical Device Connectivity and Clinical Informatics

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Bernoulli Medical Device Connectivity and Clinical Informatics booklet.

Whether you are a care provider looking to unlock rich information to empower clinical decision-making or an IT professional seeking a scalable connectivity platform that is simple and cost effective to deploy, Bernoulli is the superior solution on the market today.

Read about our End-to-end platform solutions for real-time data capture, analysis and reporting of medical device data. Bernoulli One™ platform enables clinicians to utilize real-time data to improve clinical decision-making and drive better health outcomes regardless of where the data emanates from, the patient bedside or from the hospital’s network.

Download the booklet by clicking the link: bernoulli-mdi-brochure-2017

bernoulli ine real-time connected healthcare platform fact sheet

Bernoulli Fact Sheet

The Bernoulli Onereal-time connected healthcare platform

Developed by clinicians, our vendor-neutral, open-architecture platform gives health systems superior flexibility to manage and prioritize real-time patient data and enables clinical surveillance across all levels of patient acuity. The result is increased patient safety, improved clinical workflows and better quality of care.

Read the newly released fact sheet:  bernoulli-platform-overview-one-page-2017

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Bernoulli chosen for Real-Time Surveillance for Patients at Risk of Respiratory Depression

It has been well-documented that patient populations managing chronic illnesses or co-morbidities, such as sleep apnea and obesity, are particularly vulnerable to respiratory depression. Current practices for monitoring patients receiving opioids are still not adequate or comprehensive. For example, reliance on periodic physical spot checks by direct-care clinical staff can leave patients largely unmonitored up to 96% of the time.

An award-winning not-for-profit community hospital chose Bernoulli One™ to enable real-time surveillance of post-operative patients who were at risk for respiratory depression. Following the success of that initial implementation, the hospital has subsequently expanded usage to all at-risk patients being monitored by pulse oximetry and capnography, while leveraging the Bernoulli platform for alarm management, reducing the estimated number of alarms by 78%.

According to the health system’s director of respiratory care services, “Bernoulli became just a part of our day-to-day operations. We’re able to safely monitor patients across the entire facility without the constant distraction and fatigue of responding to false alarms. Our nurses and respiratory therapists know it’s there and know it’s working.”

To read or download this case study please click this link: casestudy-patients-at-risk-of-respiratory-depression

Zaleski explores middleware’s potential in new article

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Bernoulli CIO John Zaleski published a new article on how middleware’s capabilities can move medical devices from charting to active patient monitoring and intervention. The piece appeared on Jan. 12, in MD+DI Online, an influential publication for medical device professionals.

Zaleski writes, “The breadth and scope of MDDS middleware’s capabilities facilitates ways in which hospitals… can leverage the data that flows from a device into a system of record. The use of the data to improve patient care management and clinical decision making comes immediately to mind—but that only scratches the surface of what is possible.”

Zaleski also explored the critical factors hospitals need to consider prior to implementation of middleware.

Read the article here. Learn more about Bernoulli’s middleware capabilities here.