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Preventable harm in hospitals is rarely due to negligence. Hospital clinical teams
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Sources: Journal of Patient Safety: September 2013 - Volume 9 - Issue 3 - p 122–128.
Medical News Today Newsletter: February 23, 2017 – By Hannah Nichols – Reviewed by Timothy J. Legg, PhD. CRNP

Predicting the preventable
Introducing WAVE, Excel Medical's patient surveillance and predictive algorithm platform

Using the first and only FDA-cleared adult risk stratification algorithm (Visensia® Safety Index “VSI”), WAVE forms the basis of a hospital-wide and inter-hospital clinical surveillance system. It is always on, and it automatically notifies caregivers about patient deterioration. WAVE displays near real-time clinical views of physiologic and medically-relevant data, including waveforms and alarms for at-risk patients across hospital workstations, mobile devices and inside electronic medical records.


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What They Are Saying

  • “You go to a bedside and you see a critical care patient in a bed. They’ve got six IV pumps running, a ventilator, a dialysis machine, a balloon pump. We have … torrents of data coming across the screen. There’s no human being on Earth who can amalgamate that data and make the right decision. So our real opportunity with … Excel Medical, is to amalgamate that data…[so] we can understand what it means, and…we can project it forward…”

    Timothy G. Buchman, PhD, MD, FACS, FCCP, MCCM

  • “We have all lost friends, parents or loved ones to an unexpected hospital death. I lost a cousin. Some would say it was a sentinel event⎯a number. I say she was a beloved family member, not a number, not a nameless event. My cousin’s death was preventable, and patients like my cousin are dying every day in hospitals in America. You, as the CNO/CMO, are the influencers-in-chief. You are the partner we want to work with to make a difference. You can be the champion of change and we can help you accomplish those goals."

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