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John Zaleski featured in RT Magazine cover story on alarm management for respiratory therapists

John Zaleski, PhD, CAP, CPHIMS, Chief Analytics Officer of Bernoulli, the real-time leader in patient safety, is featured in the May/June cover story of RT Magazine, “Patient Monitoring and Alarm Fatigue.”

The article notes that alarm fatigue continues to remain a significant patient safety threat and details how clinicians can mitigate this problem.

Zaleski says that hospitals and health systems need better understanding of their current state environment, including clinical workflows, patient cohorts, and assessments in order to develop comprehensive guidelines and protocols for clinical alarm management.

As for solutions, Zaleski recommends one with integration capabilities. “Combinatorial alarms take multiple sources of information and bring it together to corroborate events. This is not simply limited to data extracted in real time from patient care devices at the point of care, but also can be drawn from ancillary sources.”

Read the cover story here. A case study on Bernoulli’s success in ventilator alarm management at the Hospital for Special Care is available here.

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Bernoulli will be exhibiting at the AAMI Conference and Expo booth #1226

AAMI 2017 conference

Bernoulli will be exhibiting at the AAMI Conference and Expo.

Bernoulli will be exhibiting at the AAMI Conference and Expo. The conference is in Austin, Texas from June 9th to 12th; Bernoulli will be in booth # 1226.

The conference has long been well known as the place where innovation, connection, and advancement in medical technologies come together. It is where the very best and the very brightest join together to exchange ideas on better performance, service, improved patient safety, and better quality of life in the medical industry.

At the AAMI Conference and Expo Bernoulli One™ the company’s flagship platform will show that better results in allocation of personnel resources at reduced support costs is not only a possibility but also a reality.

Bernoulli One is a connected, end to end, powerful and predictive capability in analytics, robust distribution, advanced alarm management, clinical surveillance and more, all in one solution.

About Bernoulli

Bernoulli is the industry’s premier leader in real time, real life, patient care monitoring systems and data. That is because the people at Bernoulli intuitively know that a patient’s care, their safety and well being, and their continued health is their most important priority. Their efforts in dynamically programmable intelligent appliances for control, connectivity, monitoring and management reflect that.

Friendly service, professional advice, and direct answers will be on hand at the conference to help provide the solutions to improving patient safer in in real time. For more information on how we can help you please follow the link

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virtua case study detailing Bernoulli One successful medical device integration and connectivity

Bernoulli case study details multi-hospital medical device connectivity

Bernoulli, the real-time leader in patient safety, has published a new case study detailing its successful efforts to bring medical device integration to Virtua, one of New Jersey’s largest non-profit, multi-hospital health systems.

Utilizing Bernoulli’s standards-based, open architecture Bernoulli One™ system enabled Virtua to bring medical device integration and connectivity across a complex healthcare ecosystem with an integrated, scalable, secure, and cost-effective web-based platform.

Virtua’s need for medical device integration and connectivity grew in part to free clinicians from writing out hundreds of patient data numbers from scores of different devices and machines every day in the course of care delivery. The health system wanted a plug-and-play medical connectivity paradigm that was uniform across different departments, could seamlessly interface with their Epic EHR, and could easily scale with the health system’s future growth.

With the conclusion of the Phase I integration in Virtua’s Perioperative Department, which includes Endoscopy, ECT and Interventional Radiology, the health system has realized complete electronic documentation, which has allowed clinicians to devote more of their time facing the patient and meeting their care needs.

Phase II will focus on Virtua’s Critical Care Unit, which includes the ICU and NICU/PICU, and will integrate the units’ physiological monitors, ventilators, anesthesia machines, smart tourniquets, and brain activity monitors.

Bernoulli One, the company’s flagship platform, is the market’s only real-time, end-to-end, connected healthcare platform that combines comprehensive and vendor-agnostic medical device integration with powerful middleware, clinical surveillance, telemedicine/virtual ICU, advanced alarm management, predictive analytics and robust distribution capabilities into one solution.

Bernoulli’s vectored event grid architecture enables true interoperability across disparate devices, networks, and systems by utilizing dynamically programmable intelligent appliances at the network edge. The system’s granular level of patient data detail, in real-time, at the point of care for improved decision support applications while also providing flexibility for user-defined configuration and control for device connectivity, monitoring and management, results in better allocation of personnel resources and reduced support costs.

Read the case study here and learn more about Bernoulli’s medical device integration and connectivity solutions here.

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Bernoulli to Exhibit at 19th Annual NPSF Patient Safety Congress

Bernoulli to Exhibit at 19th Annual NPSF Patient Safety Congress - Booth 715

Bernoulli, the leader in real-time solutions for patient safety, will be exhibiting at Booth 715 at the 19th Annual NPSF Patient Safety Congress, May 17-19, 2017, at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld hotel, Orlando, FL.

Bernoulli will be highlighting its capabilities in real-time data, medical device integration and patient safety solutions, as well as its latest application for the continuous monitoring of patients at risk of respiratory depression—Respiratory Depression Safety Surveillance (RDSS).

“Analysts have stressed the importance of hospitals providing the right information, at the right time, in the right format and to the right clinicians to enable real-time patient safety initiatives,” said Bernoulli CEO Janet Dillione. “The NPSF Patient Safety Congress asked us to engage with IT leaders on the frontlines, hear how they are approaching and adapting to healthcare’s rapidly changing landscape, and learn the real costs and considerations they face in finding a solution to their hospital’s unique challenges.”

RDSS utilizes comprehensive real-time data to help clinicians quickly recognize and respond to signs of respiratory distress. RDSS includes exclusive analytics with multi-variable thresholds—adjustable by the care facility—to identify clinically actionable events while significantly reducing the overall number of alarms communicated to remote and mobile clinicians, mitigating the risk of alarm fatigue.

The platform provides connectivity to a hospital’s existing fleet of pulse oximeters and capnographs from a wide range of vendors, including Medtronic, Masimo and others. RDSS also integrates with mobile clinical communication tools to deliver the right alarms and alerts to the right caregiver at the right time.

A forthcoming clinical study of patients diagnosed or at risk of obstructive or central sleep apnea, to be published in the Journal of Biomedical Instrumentation & Technology, the use of Bernoulli’s RDSS analytics reduced 22,812 alarms generated by bedside capnographs and pulse oximeters to just 209 respiratory depression alerts delivered to mobile clinicians—a reduction of 99%. More importantly, the RDSS analytics distributed alerts for every patient that experienced an actual respiratory depression episode.

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Janet Dillione named one of Medtech Women to know

Bernoulli’s CEO, Janet Dillione, one of Medtech ‘s Women to Know in 2017.

janet dillione medtech women to know in healthcare fieldJanet Dillione, CEO of Bernoulli named one of Becker’s Hospital Review’s  “Medtech Women to Know”. This is a prestigious recognition honoring select women in the healthcare field industry.  This dynamic group of 110 women executives are sharing ideas and shaping the future of healthcare IT, Medical Devices and Technology with real-life solutions to the most challenging issues facing the healthcare industry today.

According to a 2012 Forbes article, only 4% of healthcare CEOs are women yet female led companies are leading the change in healthcare field. Perhaps it is because women traditionally make more than 80% of healthcare decisions.

Janet Dillione’s professional life is dedicated to the healthcare industry.

She has been at the helm at making significant cutting edge changes that have resulted in positive impacts to healthcare in general. Her many awards include “17 Female Health IT Company CEOs to Know” , “Top 25 Women in Healthcare”, and “One of the Most Powerful Women in the Technology”. These articles reinforce Janet Dillione as a recognized inspiration to women in the industry.

Ms. Dillione’s passion for improving healthcare and her drive for excellence has been repeatedly demonstrated throughout her successful 25 year career in Health Services.

Ms. Dillione supports efforts to improve the quality and safety of healthcare delivery and technology’s role.  Proof can be seen in her drive for patient safety. She continuously puts Bernoulli front and center in its focus on the real-time connected healthcare platform that combines comprehensive and vendor agnostic medical device integration with powerful middleware, clinical surveillance, telemedicine/virtual ICU, advanced alarm management, predictive analytics and robust distribution capabilities.

Their Bernoulli One platform empowers clinicians with the tools like medical device integration, alarm management, virtual ICU, clinical surveillance, and analytics as a total solution that improves the patient experience and patient safety.

You find out more about the Bernoulli One platform go to Bernoulli One platform page

To see the entire list of 110 women go to