“Clinical informaticians transform health care by analyzing, designing, implementing, and evaluating information and communication systems that enhance individual and population health outcomes, improve patient care, and strengthen the clinician-patient relationship.” —Gardner RM et al. Core Content for the Subspecialty of Clinical Informatics On a daily basis, the CareSight team is reminded of the difficulties clinicians and hospital operations staff run into while using inputs from their systems to recognize risks
How Data from your Nurse Call, Alarm Management, and Voice Applications Can Help you Reduce Unnecessary Interruptions and Improve Patient and Staff Satisfaction George Weldon is the chair of the
At their worst, healthcare IT businesses have been known to do their thing and move on—never to be heard from again. big projects are planned, expectations are raised, large investments are spent, and the technology carpetbaggers (the manufacturers or integrators) do their work and disappear…often leaving bewildered end-users in their wake.
Over the last 16 years we have lived through the transition from solutions that were sold with one time fees as capital purchases to the world that includes that software
Last winter I got into it with the clinical leader of a consulting company about the difference between alarms and alerts. Over the years I’d come to believe that
Critical Alert Systems Partners with CareSight, An Advanced Reporting and Analytics-as-a-Service Solution for Hospitals
Critical Alert Systems (CAS) has partnered with CareSight, LLC to resell the company’s managed service platform that uses analytics and advanced reporting to transform medical device alerts and alarms into