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A Little Chit-Chat About Continuous Clinical Surveillance

A Little Chit-Chat About Continuous Clinical Surveillance

On June 26th I will be joining Tim Gee at Medical Connectivity Consulting on a webinar to discuss continuous clinical surveillance. Since coming to Bernoulli about 18 months ago, I have developed a whole new perspective on how the landscape of various vendor solutions fit together.

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Is technology endangering the ‘art of nursing’?

Digital technology has fundamentally transformed healthcare. Use cases abound of improved patient outcomes, lowered costs and the elimination of critical gaps in the care continuum. Advancements in tools that enable better collaboration, management and support have become essential for frontline clinical staff to deliver superior care.

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Unleashing the EHR with Real-Time Data

Continuous clinical surveillance solutions that analyze real-time patient data can identify clinically relevant trends, sustained conditions, reoccurrences and combinatorial indications which tells a more complete story, especially when evaluated with EHR-stored data. In short, the analytics with the most data inputs are often the best analytics.

How Interval Monitoring Creates Gaps in the Sepsis Storyline

It’s Not Adding Up: How Interval Monitoring Creates Gaps in the Sepsis Storyline

Interval monitoring is like watching a movie where every few minutes the film suddenly cuts to a new scene that picks up the story at a later point in time. An eagle-eyed viewer may be able to fill in the blanks, but critical plot points may have been lost due to those abrupt edits.

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Using Real-Time Data to Impede the ‘Quiet Killer’

Every year more than 1.5 million Americans are diagnosed with severe sepsis, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Of those, 250,000 don’t survive.

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality cites sepsis as the most costly illness treated in hospitals—more than $24 billion annually.