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Tele-ICU

Telehealth ICU

CRITICAL CARE COVERAGE AROUND-THE-CLOCK 

Get 24/7 X 365 intensivist input with our tele-ICU solution, MVcentral. Manage care from a remote command center and communicate with the healthcare facility-based clinical team. MVcentral helps flag changes in patient condition, prioritize situations that require urgent attention and promote protocol compliance. Whether you use MetaVision or any other EMR, the system supports all types of ICUs as well as step-down, high-risk Ob/Gyn and neonatal units. 

WHY MVCENTRAL

  • Intensivist expertise

    Leverage specialist input for better patient outcomes

  • Early intervention

    Constant evaluation of clinical data triggering smart alerts

  • More informed decisions

    Integrated data from EMRs, Labs, PACS, & medical devices

  • Patient prioritization

    Rule-based notifications ensure timely response for critical cases

  • Increased compliance

    Automated audits for protocol adherence & documentation

PROVEN RESULTS 

 

  • Reduced mortality rate
  • Reduced length of stay
  • Increased ICU capacity
  • Improved staff & family satisfaction
  • Increased workflow efficiency
PROVE IT!
ICU Tele-monitoring

REDUCE INCIDENCE
OF SEPSIS

Use MVcentral to constantly check all monitored patients for complications such as sepsis. Using multi-parameter logic, MVcentral triggers an alert if necessary, based on data such as trended vital signs, lab values, blood gases, the presence of mechanical ventilation, and administration of vasopressors. Treatment for sepsis often involves a prolonged stay in the ICU and complex therapies, with an estimated $17 billion annual cost in the US.

ACADEMIC RESEARCH

  • Study shows 31% reduced mortality rate using MetaVision

    April 2010 | Archives of Internal Medicine Read More
  • Critical care patients reap the rewards of the tele-ICU MVcentral

    Journal of Nursing Administration | January 2006 Read More
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