EBME 2019Medical Device Integration: Breaking through the barriers
The EBME Expo is taking place at the Milton Keynes Arena from 3rd to 4th April 2019. Enovacom is attending and exhibiting and really looking forward to welcoming and meeting with you on our Enovacom booth n°F09 (Innovation Live Area) and would strongly recommend attending our informative conference on Wednesday April 3rd at 02:45 pm.
During the exhibition :
Live Demo :Enrich the patient record with Connectivity and Interoperability
00 Connectivity :
Collect vital signs patient data from your biomedical devices.
- Enhancing to a comprehensive patient record;
- Reducing the risk of manual vital signs transcription errors;
- Integrate with clinical applications;
- Real-time access to data with over 250 medical devices;
- Minimal new hardware investment required.
100% software solution that integrates vital signs information from medical devices with the patient record.
Conference :Medical Devices Integration: Breaking through the barriers
Interoperability has become the highest single priority issue for NHS leaders, according to the findings of the 2018 NHS Leadership Survey. An overwhelming 82% of respondents said that interoperability that enabled systems and staff to share information on patients was their highest priority. Today most hospitals have a core patient information system but the fact still remains that an enormous amount of data is still not available at the point of care, at the right time for clinicians to make better informed decisions. On average the majority of hospitals have more than 10 different medical devices, yet only a 1/3rd integrate with their core IT system, with only a handful of hospitals automating vital sign collection, and almost none integrated with their mobile e-observation systems. The situation is only going to accelerate with the development of new technology that collects even more patient data. Existing manual collection of this information is simply not sustainable, is very inefficient, potentially unsafe, and burdensome on an already overworked workforce. Technology has to be the game changer and simplify the daily lives of clinicians, IT and Biomedical Engineers.
In order to achieve the goals discussed earlier, they all need to work together to transform the way the collection of patient data is performed and then managed to improve patient outcomes, and break down the barriers between them. We will see how medical device integration through global interoperability will deliver connected medical equipment, and the real benefit behind: taking and sharing data more efficiently and accurately, making the daily job easier for frontline clinicians, and ultimately improving patient care and their care pathway. More broadly speaking, tomorrow’s medicine will see connected medical devices on every level in healthcare facilities or at patients’ homes. It is time to act!
UK Business Developement
Mark joined Enovacom in 2016 as UK Business Development Director, following a 20-year career in healthcare IT. Mark is passionate about improving healthcare, and delivering new innovation and emerging technologies that provide real value to patients, and support healthcare professionals to deliver improved outcomes for their patients.
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Case study: Vaudois University Hospital: IoMT helping patients and physicians.
« The Vaudois University Hospital (CHUV) has been focusing on efficiency, innovation and the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) with Enovacom by using hospital gowns with integrated vital data readers which feed directly into biomedical devices. This interview is with Frédéric André, IT Project Manager, and Nathalie SERVAT, Head Care Unit Nurse (ICUS) at the Continuing Cardiology Care Unit & Cardiovascular Surgery Unit at the CHUV. »
Case Study: Paul Clinic’s maternity ward uses ENOVACOM Patient Connect to record data during childbirth
« Every year, the establishment delivers more than 900 babies – its obstetrics ward has 3 delivery rooms and 2 labour units. Inputting vital data from patients and their newborn babies is crucial to completing the perinatal file in order to have all of the patient’s information. It is easier for nurses to monitor and use the data which results in improved patient care. To make sure we provide high-quality, easy-to-read digital information, we needed an interface to connect our biomedical devices to IDO Perinat. »
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