Research and independent findings suggest that improved surveillance and increased patient safety can be achieved through the use of continuous monitoring. Furthermore, monitoring of multiple parameters to assess their interrelationships is an important capability that Bernoulli brings through the Bernoulli One platform, as multiple independent measurements can be correlated and associated with user-defined clinically-significant criteria that, when evaluated together, can yield important early indicators of pending compromise. Click to read the Bernoulli Smart Alarms & Surveillance whitepaper.
There are a few key things that separate Bernoulli One™ from any other system. Patient health monitoring and advanced clinical surveillance are among these things. Our far-reaching data collection ability and what we do with the data is another.
We believe that data is knowledge and knowledge is powerful.
Like other medical device integrators, we can get the data. But we go farther. We get old and new data. Past and present. Retrospective and real-time. And connect it to paint a picture for clinicians. A picture of what could happen if things don’t change.
Early detection of a deteriorating patient condition saves lives. Designed on this truth, Bernoulli One™ is the most advanced real-time clinical surveillance solution for hospitals. The Bernoulli One software enables clinicians to monitor patient vital signs and manage alarms from a centralized location or across a dispersed network. It also monitors device data. Connected medical devices send patient vitals to the central workstation. These include ECG, heart rate, respiration rate and skin temperature, and more.
Improving Patient Safety Through Integration Bernoulli® Health is a known leader in medical device integration. It’s in our DNA. Data is at the root of all that we do. With access to extensive patient and device data, Bernoulli is a platform to support real-time clinical surveillance and monitoring and real-time data analytics. Continuous monitoring and clinical surveillance can make all the difference in a patient’s outcome.