Cerner Patient Observer™ provides another layer of care and helps enable your facility to monitor multiple patients from a central monitoring station. At risk patients can be monitored 24/7 for patient falls, room elopement, visitors and invasive line and tube placement.
Patient Observer ™ leverages advanced technology to care for the patient at every angle. Unlike traditional 2D video cameras, Cerner Patient Observer has the unique ability to see in 3D and track patient movement. Motion zones are defined to meet the unique needs of each patient which helps to reduce the risk of alert fatigue for the monitoring technician.
Two way communication makes it easy for the monitoring technician to redirect the patient, and potentially prevent an adverse event from occuring. When an alert is issued, the monitoring technician can engage the patient in a two-way conversation with a single click, and contact the care team if needed.
Sitter requests can be difficult for organizations to anticipate. Care team members are frequently re-assigned to meet demand, in turn pulling much-needed staff from providing direct patient care. Patient Observer equips organizations for 1:1 sitter requests by providing one monitoring technician the ability to remotely monitor and communicate with multiple patients and notify care team members of emergent situations as they arise.
Truman Medical Centers (TMC) in Kansas City, Missouri, is an academic health center that provides accessible, state-of-the-art quality health care to its community regardless of the ability to pay. A key area of focus in support of this mission is preventing patient falls.
"Implementing Cerner Patient Observer™ was about more than technology. We saw an opportunity to improve efficiency, empower care teams and support patient safety. This shows how we've aligned with Cerner to advance our goals."
— Mitzi Cardenas, Executive Chief Administrative Officer Truman Medical Centers
By integrating a novel patient-observer technology into a redesigned clinical workflow, the neuroscience unit at Mission Hospital (Asheville, North Carolina) achieved zero unassisted inpatient falls and zero injuries during a 3-month pilot period in 2015. Original neuroscience-unit fall rates during a 12-month baseline period from August 2014 to July 2015 were 5.74 total falls, 4.77 unassisted falls, and 0.91 injuries per 1,000 patient-days of care.
CareAware iBus is the core infrastructure component of the overarching CareAware architecture. It enables plug-and-play connectivity between devices and the EHR.
CareAware is Cerner's comprehensive enterprise-wide solution for device connectivity. CareAware® is a suite of solutions that enable any area of a hospital to create an environment where all devices are integrated and contextually aware to ensure the right data is presented in the right format at the right time.
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