Bernoulli to Host Focus Group at CHIME16 Fall CIO Forum

Chime16: real-time healthcare will require new IT capabilities, organizational adaptation and clinician acceptance of new tools.

MILFORD, CT—November 1, 2016 – Analysts have stressed the importance of hospitals providing the right information, at the right time, in the right format and to the right audience to enable value-based care. Achieving real-time healthcare will require new IT capabilities, organizational adaptation and clinician acceptance of new tools.

At the CHIME16 Fall CIO Forum in Phoenix, AZ, Nov. 1-4, Bernoulli, the leader in vendor-neutral, real-time device connectivity, clinical surveillance monitoring and advanced alarm management will host a focus group session on the opportunities and challenges of enabling real-time healthcare to improve clinical outcomes, reduce care costs and increase patient satisfaction.

“The development of mobile workflows, adoption of predictive analytics, and technology acceptance by the medical staff are examples of the challenges and opportunities health IT leaders will face,” said Bernoulli CEO Janet Dillione. “This unique setting allows 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.”

The forum brings together a select group of hospital CIOs to explore answers to complicated questions, such as how real-time healthcare fits with existing health IT strategies and priorities, and what will it take to be successful.

Bernoulli will review relevant learnings from a recent pilot of continuous monitoring, as well as data from an IRB study of smart alarms for patients receiving opioids. The focus group will also explore best practices in user experience maximization, impact of these applications to drive clinical improvements and patient-centered care, and ways to leverage these trends to drive efficiency in clinical workflow.

The CHIME CIO Forum brings together health IT executives and chief information officers, is hosted by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME).

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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.

Successful Medical Device Integration Solution Go-Live at Denver Health

Bernoulli Announces Successful Medical Device Integration Solution Go-Live at Denver Health

Connectivity to impact more than 200 beds in the OR and critical care areas

Milford, CT—June 21, 2016—Bernoulli, a leader in real-time connected healthcare, announced the successful go-live of medical device integration and connectivity at Colorado-based Denver Health, a comprehensive, integrated healthcare organization that serves more than a quarter of the city’s population.


Bernoulli implemented its proven Nuvon VEGA architecture to bring medical device connectivity to key departments within the hospital, such as the OR, areas that use anesthesia, like labor and delivery, and critical care areas, including the ICU, neonatal ICU and the pediatric ICU—totaling more than 200 patient beds.


Six devices types were integrated with VEGA, including ventilators, physiological monitors and anesthesia machines.


“Bernoulli is proud that we were able to deliver on-time comprehensive device connectivity to these critical departments,” said Jonathan Krieger, Bernoulli Director of Project Implementation. “Bernoulli’s ability to deliver on its promise of accurate, real-time patient data, anytime, anywhere, means that Denver Health now has a complete and holistic integration solution to improve patient quality and outcomes.”


Achieving medical device connectivity is a major initiative for many hospitals and health systems seeking to improve patient care and foster real-time clinical decision-making. For clinicians to make the best patient care decisions, hospitals must ensure that their EHRs and clinical decision systems contain meaningful and accurate data from the myriad of devices that monitor and provide therapy to patients.


In addition to having ready access to this real-time, synchronized patient data, clinicians must also be able to access this information at all times and at any location. Bernoulli’s VEGA solution offers the lowest overall cost of ownership, with a single system management controller that does not require expensive add-ons, easy plug-and-play connectivity, the highest level of patient data security and privacy, integrated clinical mobility and positive patient association.


“Denver Health is committed to the highest quality patient care and patient safety,” said Damon Tobias, Application Engineer at Denver Health. “We needed a fully integrated, seamless, system-wide platform with comprehensive device connectivity to monitor, manage, acquire, and log data from any device source and Bernoulli was able to meet our needs.”


About Bernoulli

Based in Milford, CT, Bernoulli is a leader in real-time connected healthcare, with more than 1,200 installed, operational systems. 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 One™ empowers clinicians with tools to drive better outcomes, improve the patient experience, and enhance provider workflow. In December 2015, Cardiopulmonary Corp. merged with Nuvon, a leader in medical device connectivity and integration, creating Bernoulli. For more information about Bernoulli One™ or to view our case studies, visit


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Bernoulli has earned Frost & Sullivan 2016 Product Leadership Award

Frost & Sullivan Applauds Bernoulli for Its Market-Leading Clinical Platform Enabling Secure, End-To-End Medical Device Connectivity

Bernoulli One™ offers unparalleled medical device integration for clinical surveillance, virtual ICU, alarm management, predictive analytics, and robust distribution capabilities

Bernoulli has earned Frost & Sullivan 2016 Product Leadership Award.

Frost & Sullivan recognizes Bernoulli with the 2016 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Product Leadership. The Bernoulli One platform for secure, end-to-end medical device connectivity, which facilitates efficient handling of patient-generated data from disparate sources, is proving to be disruptive in the market. Having correctly identified the key complexities experienced by clinicians, Bernoulli’s unique clinical platform and product portfolio focus on addressing the future needs of the medical device connectivity, clinical surveillance, and real-time patient care analytics segments.

“A comprehensive single clinical connectivity platform with multiple real-time applications for hospitals and health systems ensures tremendous flexibility among Bernoulli’s users,” said Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Dinesh Kumar. “Healthcare providers that have deployed Bernoulli’s enterprise connectivity solutions find them simple to use in both high- and low-acuity settings, as they offer a large set of validated device driver libraries for existing devices, and integrate seamlessly with hospital information technology [IT] systems. This makes them much more versatile than the traditional solutions available in the market.”

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