The Fully Connected Point of Care Ecosystem

A fully connected point of care ecosystem combines new technology and connectivity to improve clinical standardization, realize greater efficiencies, enhance patient-caregiver interaction and ultimately contribute to better clinical outcomes.

Discover the key considerations to a better healthcare experience. 

  • Vital

    vital signs

    Vital Signs

    Vital signs measurements are captured at nearly every patient encounter. That’s why it’s so important that your vital signs process is as accurate and efficient as possible. We can help.

  • Real-Time
    Locating Systems

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    Real-Time Locating System

    Identifying and correcting bottlenecks in patient flow that create costly waste is an important step in designing and maintaining better care environments.


  • Clinical Process

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    Clinical Process Improvement

    Today’s healthcare organizations need to find ways to create more value for patients with fewer resources. To do this, they must rethink the entire patient experience. We can help.


  • Single Pane
    of Glass

    clinical process improvement

    Single Pane of Glass

    Connect equipment and devices at the point of care and operate them all from one single pane of glass—the computer screen—to improve efficiency and simplify the process with fewer clicks.



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  • Americans with
    Disabilities Act

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    Americans with Disabilities

    Accessibility in healthcare facilities is essential to providing a safer environment and equivalent medical care to all patients and staff. What do you need to know?



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  • EMR

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    EMR Connectivity

    Fully connected equipment and devices at the point of care can save time, provide more accurate measurements and reduce the risk of manual transcription errors.


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  • Better
    Blood Pressure

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    Better Blood Pressure

    Blood pressure measurements are captured in nearly every patient encounter and are an important factor in point of care diagnosis, patient risk stratification and medication dosing. Even slight variations in technique and measurement have a big impact on efficiency, accuracy and outcomes.


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