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The value of strategic medical device integration – A case study example at the Wirral University Hospital

In this one-hour webinar, you’ll discover how Enovacom helped Wirral’s ICU nurses benefit from medical device integration. Tony Tarpey, Service Delivery Lead, Clinical Applications at the Wirral University Teaching Hospital gives his insights and answers.

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During this webinar:

  • How and why health technology interoperability is increasingly a priority for the Intensive Care Unit to ensure best utilisation and efficiency of the  produced data.
  • From reducing errors and the time spent on manual transcription to spending more time with patients, discover all the benefits of medical device integration for your Intensive Care Unit and its medical staff
  • Anaesthesia workstations, blood gas analyzers, dialysis and hemodialysis machines, infusion pumps, EEGs, ventilators, respirators, … Learn how to connect all the devices of your ICU with any clinical application of your IT system
  • Discover ENOVACOM Patient Connect, our medical device interoperability platform that enhances patient care and the patient experience

About:

At this time of unprecedented pressure on healthcare staff across the world with the COVID 19 virus outbreak it has never been more important to be as efficient as possible, it could literally save a life. A recent predictive model suggests that 30% of people who are hospitalised with the virus will need intensive care treatment, what is crucial is having real-time data at the point of care available to make a decision quickly regarding the patient’s care, is it time to move the patient off certain equipment and has recovered enough in order to treat the next patient waiting to be wheeled in. In addition with 1 in 4 doctors isolating in the UK  and nurses self-isolating it is imperative to automate the processes of vital sign collection and keep them out of the reach of the infected patients.

Anaesthesia workstations, blood gas analyzers, dialysis and hemodialysis machines, infusion pumps, EEGs, ventilators, respirators, … There are many medical devices in an Intensive Care Unit that are used for diagnosis, patient monitoring or therapies. This means that a lot of data is produced and its utilisation isn’t always optimised.

To ensure the best utilisation of the produced data and enhance patient care, medical devices must be connected directly with the electronic patient record. This will allow medical staff to automatically deliver a complete patient record, reducing the risk of errors associated with manual vital signs recording.

In this one-hour webinar, you’ll discover how Enovacom helped Wirral’s ICU nurses benefit from medical device integration. Tony Tarpey, Service Delivery Lead, Clinical Applications at the Wirral University Teaching Hospital gives his insights and answers.

Enovacom’s 100% software solution is a middleware interoperability platform that allows medical staff to enhance patient care and the patient experience thanks to our experience of working with the biggest players on the market: Philips, GE Healthcare, Dräger, Masimo, B. Braun, ICU Medical, Fresenius Kabi, Fresenius Medical Care, Maquet, Gambro, …

Details

Lenght45 min of présentation 15 min of Q&A
1st broadcast2020-06-18 11:00:00
Target audienceDSI, Ingénieur biomédical
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