Philips Launched Novel Patient Monitoring Solutions in the U.S
Philips introduced next-generation patient monitoring solutions with an intuitive, portable IntelliVue X3 transport monitor in the U.S on January 18, 2018.
The Patient Monitoring system comes with transport, bedside, mobile and central station monitoring technology as well as options for consulting, training, services, and customer support. Patient monitoring system provide detail patient data from monitors and medical devices to improve patient care, accelerate clinical performance, and aid in lowering costs for health systems.
The captured data is sent to electronic medical record (EMR) in hospital for virtually gap-free patient records, where various devices are operated. The monitoring system is designed to fit into existing IT systems. The integrated solution delivers vital signs, waveforms, and alarms to caregivers directly. These clinical decision support tools and advanced algorithms, which are expected to provide better visibility for changing condition of a patient.
“The healthcare industry is making strides to address clinician pain points, but issues such as lack of complete patient data and exhaustive alarm fatigue still remain. We are aiming to provide clinicians with smarter alarms and seamless solutions to lower the chances of preventable adverse events while helping them to improve patient care,” said Royal Philips Monitoring and Analytics business leader Felix Baader.
According to Remote Patient Monitoring Devices Market report published by Coherent Market Insights, remote patient monitoring devices allow for digital collection of medical health data from one location and electronically transmit the information to health care providers to another location for recommendation and assessments. Philips incorporated similar monitors for all its bedside, transport and mobile devices to ensure consistency, minimize complexity, and improve care throughout patient transports across the hospital.
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