A Technology Safety Net that Improves Patient Safety

The increasing complex state of health care and compounding nursing vacancies are playing a role in un-achieved outcomes and putting patients at risk. This is the reality that most hospitals face today. More critically-ill patients are seeking care and are being cared for by fewer clinicians.

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

Bernoulli to Exhibit at Medica 2016

Bernoulli to Exhibit at Medica 2016, world’s largest healthcare event, in Germany.

visit us at Medica2016MILFORD, CT—November 8, 2016 –Bernoulli, a leader in real-time connected healthcare, will be exhibiting at Medica 2016, Nov. 14-17, in Dusseldorf, Germany. Bernoulli has been invited by S-CAPE GmbH to join their booth (Exhibit Hall 10/Booth A20) to demonstrate the potential of the company’s combined solutions.

Bernoulli will be showcasing Bernoulli One™, 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 a single solution. The capabilities of Bernoulli are highly complementary with S-CAPE’s digital integration solutions for hospitals around the world, and offer the potential for improved clinical outcomes, reduced cost of care and increased patient and staff satisfaction.

Medica 2016 is the world’s largest event for the medical sector. Five forums and several special shows on varied medical-technological topics are concisely presented in the halls as an attractive complement to the trade fair.

Preview the S-CAPE booth here. Follow Bernoulli on LinkedIn and Twitter for additional updates, as well as access to case studies, thought leadership and other information.


Bernoulli one solution offers patient safety net

ECRI Institute Evaluation of Ancillary Alarm Notification Systems Report

“Is your hospital or health system considering technology to help address The Joint Commission’s National Patient Safety Goal to reduce the risk of harm associated with clinical alarm systems?  The independent, well-respected ECRI Institute recently published an evaluation of Ancillary Alarm Notification Systems, including Bernoulli One™.  ECRI subscribers can access the report on the Health Devices website.”