Connecting biomedical devices to electronic health records improves the quality of care at the Montreal Heart Institute

Connecting biomedical devices to electronic health records improves the quality of care at the Montreal Heart Institute

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Interview with 3 key members of the project at the Montreal Heart Institute: Kiet-Van Luong, Senior Advisor for Digital Transition, Amélia Brasiola, Head of the Surgical Intensive Care Unit and Leïla-El-Fehri, Biomedical Engineer.

  • Context of the project
  • Connecting biomedical devices with ENOVACOM Patient Connect
  • The foundation for digital transformation

 

The Montreal Heart Institute (MHI) is turning up the dial on its digital transformation. The specialist healthcare organisation is aiming to improve the quality of care for its patients and the wellbeing of its employees by focussing on a policy of digitising health records and automating healthcare data collection.

Nurses used to have to copy data from devices and handwrite it into electronic patient records. This could result in data being recorded incorrectly, and was a time-consuming burden for staff. Now they use Enovacom’s latest innovations.

In this case study, you’ll learn how connecting biomedical devices helped the healthcare organisation improve its quality of care.