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How Contact-Free, Continuous Monitoring Can Support COVID-19 Treatment
Using contact-free, continuous monitoring for COVID-19 patients, nurses at Covenant HealthCare in Michigan are identifying early signs of patient deterioration via abnormal heart rate and respiratory rate alerts.
WatchCare™ Incontinence Management for Better Outcomes
How can hospitals reduce exposure time, preserve patient dignity and improve workflow efficiencies for clinicians? One way is by implementing an integrated technology solution to detect incontinence events immediately and notify the appropriate caregiver via automated alerts.
Accelerate Patient Recovery eBook
Everyday occurrences, like shift changes and lapses in vitals monitoring, cause deterioration to go unnoticed in the hospital. Imagine if you had clear visibility into the status of your patients? You could identify issues sooner, helping you avoid common risks and enable faster treatment and recovery time.
Reducing ICU Length of Stay by Mobilizing Patients Earlier
Early mobility can positively impact ICU length of stay. Read our article to learn how safety standards, proper equipment, and monitoring systems can help.
How Connected Care Can Transform Patient Care
In today’s healthcare systems, technology has an ever-increasing presence. How can you take advantage of technology to improve your patients’ experience?
Improving Patient Throughput to Improve Quality of Care
Improving patient throughput allows hospitals to treat a larger volume of patients by making more efficient use of existing resources. Learn how technology can help.
Getting Ahead of Patient Deterioration (Infographic)
Detecting patient deterioration is more important than ever. By detecting patient deterioration earlier, you can identify high-risk patients and prevent conditions such as sepsis.
How to Detect and Prevent Pressure Injuries
Preventing and treating pressure injuries is important for minimizing cost and enhancing the patient experience.