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‘Epic’ News: Mercy Health Services Center Taps Bernoulli for Medical Device Integration

Mercy Health Services in Baltimore has tapped Bernoulli — the leader in real-time patient safety — to deliver medical device connectivity to the health system’s perioperative suite.

The company will implement its Bernoulli One™ architecture in anesthesia devices. The work will be completed during the health system’s transition to Epic.

“Bernoulli has a great deal of experience working with Epic,” said John Goldbeck, Senior Programmer Analyst for Mercy Health Services. “They possess the capabilities to deliver a fully integrated, system-wide platform with comprehensive device connectivity.”

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Big Leap Forward for Vibrent Health’s Precision Medicine SaaS Platform

MHW learned Monday that Vibrent Health’s software-as-a-service (SaaS) precision medicine platform was granted Authority to Operate (ATO) by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

We’re told that this certification validates that Vibrent’s Learning Health System (LHS) meets government’s most stringent data security and privacy standards.

It also makes the commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) technology platform available to federal, state, and local government agencies as well as commercial customers.

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University of Miami Health System, Gozio Health Announce Partnership

With the success of the newly opened Lennar Foundation Medical Center’s mobile wayfinding application, the University of Miami Health System will now expand the platform to include system-wide navigation for all its hospitals, specialty centers and clinics.

What’s driving the expansion? An en exciting new partnership, the details of which were shared with MHW this week.

We’re told that Gozio Health will develop the smartphone-based application with state-of-the-art indoor navigation and user features that engage patients in their care including physician directories, appointment scheduling, parking reminders and access to MyChart medical records.

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PDi Communication Systems, Inc. Launches Next-gen Interactive Patient Devices

On Tuesday, MHW learned that PDi Communication Systems Inc., the nation’s largest manufacturer of healthcare-grade entertainment solutions, is ready to continue its mission of improving patient experience with digital technology.

In recent days, the company formally unveiled a new brand of interactive patient touchscreen televisions coined medTV.

medTV delivers a meaningful digital experience designed around the patient.

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Mobile Innovator Unveils Results of New Healthcare Provider Survey

MobileHelp, a leader in mobile Personal Emergency Response System (mPERS) and healthcare technology solutions, recently reported that nearly 30 percent of healthcare providers have implemented telehealth programs into their clinical operations.

“This data point was part of the results of an extensive survey of healthcare providers conducted by the company,” an emailed statement reads.

What else does the survey tell us? More than 85 percent of healthcare providers not currently using telehealth services see the clear benefit. Of those currently not using telehealth technology, nearly 25 percent reported they are looking to implement it within twelve months.

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eWellness Building Artificial Intelligence Tools, Predictive Analytics

eWellness Healthcare Corporation – a provider of telehealth solutions for clinical practices — has big plans for the remaining months of 2017.

The company, we’re told, now anticipates adding Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools and predictive analytics into its PHZIO platform by the end of 2017.

This new AI and predictive analytics are anticipated to combine our current remote monitoring capabilities with machine learning and intelligent analytics that leverage patient health data to improve healthcare outcomes.

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Mercy Health Services Center Taps Bernoulli for Medical Device Integration into Epic

MHW learned Tuesday that Mercy Health Services in Baltimore has selected Bernoulli — a leader in real-time patient safety — to deliver medical device connectivity to the health system’s perioperative suite.

We’re told that the company will implement its Bernoulli One architecture in anesthesia devices. The work will be completed during the health system’s transition to Epic.

“Bernoulli has a great deal of experience working with Epic,” said John Goldbeck, Senior Programmer Analyst for Mercy Health Services. “They possess the capabilities to deliver a fully integrated, system-wide platform with comprehensive device connectivity.”

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