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Patient monitors help hospitals do more with less

por Lisa Chamoff , Contributing Reporter
From the May 2019 issue of DOTmed HealthCare Business News magazine

The Philips’ PIC iX critical care solution is what the company calls a “smart intelligent platform representing the ICU of the future” to manage patient transitions and reduce nuisance alarms.

“As we look ahead, combining artificial intelligence with remote enablement can help predict potential issues before they occur,” Caffrey said. “This especially holds true for large health systems that have multiple networked devices that make up the patient monitoring system.
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And as the threat of cyberattacks continues to grow, visibility into device inventory and the operational status of devices on the clinical network can help identify vulnerabilities early on.”

The PerformanceBridge Focal Point is a management system that provides enhanced visibility into patient monitoring devices and network equipment for biomedical and IT staff.

“Large-scale IDNs typically house more than 1,000 servers as part of their network, making the task of keeping current with monthly operating system updates a challenge,” Caffrey said. “The ability to remotely update all devices saves time and helps ensure that a patient monitoring system is as safeguarded as possible against potential threats.”

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