Replay of the WEBINAR | May 17th 2018, 2 p.m (GMT)

How Medical Device Integration (MDI) can relieve the pressure and strain for health staff, enabling further enhancement in patient care

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Practical information

Relevant public: Healthcare professionals (CIO, CTO, Agents, HR Director, Nurse, Biomedical engineer, …)

Lenght: 1 hour (45 minutes presentation followed by 15 minutes Q&A)

Necessary material: a connected computer with headphones or speakers

Health Systems of the world, including Canada and England are under great pressure. With an ageing population and advancements in medical treatments, the weight of the extra demands of looking after us as we all live longer is a heavy load to bear for clinical staff, and carries greater risks to us, the patients in their care.

With such a strain on resources it is time to explore how technology can help an overwhelmed and exhausted healthcare workforce, considering that research also shows that the use of automated technology solutions to replace manual processes has a significant impact on both efficiency and patient safety. Half of nursing staff have witnessed a medical error related to poor manual recording, documentation and medical device co-ordination. The majority of hospitals have six or more medical devices, only a 1/3rd integrate with the core IT system, with only a handful of hospitals automating vital sign collection, and almost none integrated with their mobile e-observation systems.

Replay of the WEBINAR | May 17th 2018, 2 p.m (GMT)

How Medical Device Integration (MDI) can relieve the pressure and strain for health staff, enabling further enhancement in patient care

Access the replay of the webinar

Once you submit your form, you’ll receive an email within a few days with a link to the replay.

Practical information

Relevant public: Healthcare professionals (CIO, CTO, Agents, HR Director, Nurse, Biomedical engineer, …)

Lenght: 1 hour (45 minutes presentation followed by 15 minutes Q&A)
Necessary material: a connected computer with headphones or speakers

Health Systems of the world, including Canada and England are under great pressure. With an ageing population and advancements in medical treatments, the weight of the extra demands of looking after us as we all live longer is a heavy load to bear for clinical staff, and carries greater risks to us, the patients in their care.

With such a strain on resources it is time to explore how technology can help an overwhelmed and exhausted healthcare workforce, considering that research also shows that the use of automated technology solutions to replace manual processes has a significant impact on both efficiency and patient safety. Half of nursing staff have witnessed a medical error related to poor manual recording, documentation and medical device co-ordination. The majority of hospitals have six or more medical devices, only a 1/3rd integrate with the core IT system, with only a handful of hospitals automating vital sign collection, and almost none integrated with their mobile e-observation systems.

SUMMARY

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The concept behind Medical Device Integration?

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Automating the process of vital sign collection to gain time and spend more time with your patients

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Reducing the number of errors and misinterpretation: and increasing your patients safety

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The type of data you can collate and make available for the right person at the right time and the right place

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How to connect and integrate your eOBS/EMR solutions to your medical devices?

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How Enovacom solutions can help drive your Medical Devices Integration strategy

SPEAKERS

Mark Smith – Business Development Director

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.

Anil Madhar – Solutions Specialist

Anil joined Enovacom in 2015 as a Pre-Sales Solution Specialist, following a 15-year career in Healthcare IT. Anil is an experienced Business Analyst, Project and Service Manager with a strong background delivering IT systems, services and working practices through to benefits realisation in the NHS. Before joining Enovacom, Anil worked at a number of NHS trusts on a variety of IT-related national and local projects.

Discover ENOVACOM Patient Connect

ENOVACOM Patient Connect is a unique connectivity solution that extracts vital signs and other patient information from biomedical devices and integrates this directly with the patient record. This 100% software-based solution delivers integrated vital signs information via a single interface, reducing costs and resources for IT departments, whilst enhancing patient care, reducing risk and saving valuable nursing time.

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