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.


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.”

Janet Dillione one of the 17 female health IT company CEOs to know

In Becker’s Hospital Review Janet Dillione, CEO of Bernoulli, is mentioned as one of the 17 female health IT company CEOs to know.  Ms. Dillione has more than 25 years of leadership in healthcare technology and services and is recognized for her role in transforming the healthcare industry through technologies designed to enhance efficiency, quality and access of care.

Among her many accomplishments, she was named as one of the “Top 25 Women in Healthcare” by Modern Healthcare magazine,  served as CEO of Siemens Health Services, overseeing 5,500 employees , and is a member of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME), as well as, a frequent speaker at industry forums, meetings and conferences.

Ms. Dillione passionately supports efforts to improve the quality and safety of healthcare delivery and technology’s role, putting Bernoulli front and center in its focus on ensuring critical alarms are addressed by the appropriate caregiver in the most timely fashion.

Bernoulli’s release of the industry’s most advanced surveillance and alerting technology, Bernoulli One™, incorporates an integrated, end-to-end solution for device integration, alarm management, clinical surveillance and Virtual ICU allowing for hospitals to continue maintaining the highest degree of safety while actually reducing the noise and eliminating false and or non-actionable alarms.

Becker’s Hospital Review 137 healthcare entrepreneurs to know

For seriously ill patients, American health care is among the best. One of the reasons is the serious commitment to innovation by corporations in the healthcare field.

Entrepreneurs Improving Healthcare Quality

According to Becker’s Hospital Review there are 137 entrepreneurs in the healthcare space who are innovating in the medical, IT, consumer and medical professional fields.

Bernoulli’s CEO, Janet Dillione,  is one of them.

Bernoulli is  focused on real-time connection in health care with more than 1,200 systems installed. The flagship platform is Bernoulli One™, a real-time, end-to-end connected healthcare platform combining comprehensive and vendor-agnostic medical device integration with powerful middleware, clinical surveillance and telemedicine, among other applications.

To see the list click this link.

Managing Ventilator Alarms and Data


Alarm management is constantly  evolving to meet the the needs of the hospital patients and clinical staff alike.

Using Bernoulli One™, the Hospital for Special Care (HSC) has empowered their clinical staff with real-time surveillance capabilities for more than 100 patients on ventilation support and has reduced the total number of ventilator alarms by an estimated 80%, helping achieve compliance with both Phase I and II of the Joint Commission’s National Patient Safety Goal on clinical alarm management, as well as the four associated Elements of Performance (EPs).

Jeanne and Connie’s byline on ventilator alarm reduction, based on our HSC case study, was just published in Advance Healthcare Network for Respiratory Care & Sleep Medicine.

Learn more of how HSC reduced alarms on 100+ ventilators by 80 percent!


See the Managing Ventilator Alarms and Data: Hospital reduces non-actionable alarms while collecting actionable patient data from more than 100 ventilators.”

 Please contact us to get a copy of the case study.

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