Delivering Next Generation Medical Device Integration™ (MDI)
Hospital adoption of electronic medical records (EMR) has resulted in increasing complexity of workflows for clinicians.
Clinicians are encumbered by the challenges of making safe, diligent clinical decisions without having the most current, comprehensive patient data readily available to them when and where they need it. To make the best diagnoses and treatment decisions for their patients, clinicians need access within their EMR to timely, accurate, comprehensive patient data.
Excel delivers Next Generation Medical Device Integration to clinicians through workflows for hospital EMR systems. Its Next Generation MDI™ captures medical device data that integrates vitals, waveforms and alarms. This streamlines workflows allowing clinicians to make better decisions based on the most up-to-date patient data.
Excel’s Next Generation MDI Product Suite
Excel’s MDI Product Suite is anchored in years of integration experience with major vendors including Epic, Cerner, Allscripts, and MEDITECH. This integration proficiency ensures accuracy and seamlessly automated data movement from the bedside.
EMR Integration with medical device data makes a comprehensive patient record complementing the EMR solutions. Physicians need complete device data on patients, timely and accurately in the EMR, to make better decisions. Excel now automates data movement from bedside device to Epic, Cerner, Allscripts and MEDITECH systems in hospitals.
Access the cardiac monitor inside the EMR with one-click of a button. Provide clinicians access to key cardiac monitoring data including waveforms, vital signs, and alarms from inside the EMR as well as from existing hospital work stations and computer-on-wheels for most efficient workflow.
Ensure telemetry monitoring data is delivered to the right patient chart and available for review instantly, instead of hours. Provide customized cardiac monitor reporting and documentation solutions that fulfill the unique demands of telemetry monitoring, nurse workstations and physician workflows.
Automates clinical documentation with plug-and-play connectivity, enabling seamless capture-and-send of data from connected bedside medical devices to the EMR flowsheet.
Automate rounding vital sign capture-and-send workflow by wirelessly connecting existing vital sign monitors with the hospital EMR for more accurate and efficient patient vitals documentation.
Secondary alarm notification devices, such as hand-held smart phones need clinical context to determine actionable vs. non-actionable alarms. By Excel delivering corresponding waveforms with alarms to these third party systems, clinicians now have the context they need to streamline workflow and reduce alarm fatigue. Better data from Excel, helping make patient safety a priority.