4. To provide an environment of exceptional care.
To improve patient outcomes, efficiency, and enhance
To ensure patients will be geographically located based on
disease, required nursing and physician coverage and
To ensure “best practice” for hospital telemetry
To meet demand for increased telemetry services.
To decrease internal transfer and handoffs improving
patient and staff satisfaction.
To improve efficiency of physician rounding time.
5. Key advantages
• Helps nurses maintain a clear view
of patient condition
• Supports streamlined
• Helps support improved
• Supports a continuous
6. Clinical Decision Support (CDS) tools integrated into the
main display help nurses quickly identify changes in
Horizon Trends and Numerics provide representations of
vital sign changes that make deviations clear at a glance.
These provide immediate visual information of how a
patient’s measurements relate to baseline or target
values, and how measurements are trending
7. Main screen patient sector features include
configurable waves and measurements, ST Maps,
resuscitation status, patient group, battery indicator,
and icons for clinical status.
Manually patient discharge information.
Review applications bring together ECG waves, trends
(graphicaland tabular), ST snippets, ECG statistics,
and events into a consolidated view. Up to 12
configurable review applications can be created per
unit, in order to have specialty data immediately
available, such as for a cardiac, surgical, respiratory,
or neuro intensive care unit.
ECG signal quality monitering
8. Enables the nurse to do more at the patient’s bedside,
including admission, transfer, equipment/caregiver
assignments, and 12-lead capture/review; and supports
interfacing with the EMR.
Centralized software licensing provides a pool of
monitored bed licenses, allowing the exibility of later
moving licenses based upon changes in units, staffing, and
monitoring practices. Monitored bed licenses are no longer
tied to the physical central station hardware.
Lab interface provides lab data on the patient monitor and
supports Protocol Watch Sepsis.
9. The alarm audit log supports hospital research on alarming
and sentinel events, enabling organizations to analyze data
in order to optimize alarm limits and reduce clinically non-
actionable alarms like red , yellow and green.
Trend Upload – up to eight hours of numeric data from the
bedside monitor is uploaded to the PIIC iX when the
monitoring devices are back on the network.
Synchronization from Local Mode – provides continuous
patient demographics and data review, even after a
disconnect from the primary server
Supports a continuous patient record
10. Key advantages
• Helps you maintain a
comprehensive view of
• Delivers alerts with clinical
context directly to your
• Supports streamlined clinical
• Helps support improved alarm
• Supports a continuous patient
11. CareEvent aids your efforts to ...
Reduce alarm fatigue, non-actionable alarms,
sentinel events, and near-misses attributed to
Improve staff communication
Address the financial costs attributed to nursing
Enhance the quality of care and hospital
environment for patients, staff, and families
Comply with the Joint Commission’s National
Patient Safety Goal on Alarm Management.
12. Key advantages
• Designed for enterprise
• Supports virtualization and high
• Designed to support a complete
medical record, even through
• Supports interoperability
between devices and your
hospital’s information systems
• Decreases training needs
because the interface is
harmonized with bedside
14. Key advantages
• Provides a clear view of
• Aids clinical collaboration
and review of patient data
from virtually anywhere
• Offers access to historical
patient data for research
through an SQL database
• Can provide access to vital
signs data with a single click
from the patient’s EMR(elec
• Provides clinical decision
support tools including ST
Limit Maps, clinical
application suites and alarm
• Facilitates a continuous