JUPITER, Fla., June 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Excel Medical (Excel), the leader in Next-Generation Medical Device IntegrationTM
Excel also announced it will preview in live demonstrations at its booth, its soon-to-be-released new clinical decision support solutions with the Visensia® Index, software from OBS Medical for advanced and early detection of patient deterioration in acute care settings.
The Visensia IndexTM is the first FDA-cleared index for multiple physiological parameter assessment. Integrated into Excel's next-generation clinical decision solutions, Visensia analyzes and interprets combined patterns of up to five vital signs collected from patient monitors, ambulatory devices, or manually, and provides early signaling of patient deterioration to clinicians. This helps improve clinical outcomes and patient safety. Other new developments to Excel's next-generation clinical decision support technologies will also be introduced at AAMI 2017.
On Sunday, June 11 at 2:15 pm, John Hoffman, Excel Medical's president, co-founder and principal engineer, will present "Beyond 'Possible': Integrating Waveforms and Analytics to Improve Patient Safety, Clinical Workflows and Outcomes," in a company showcase as part of the conference's Interactive Systems Interoperability Experience in the Expo Hall theater, Booth 1412. In his presentation, Hoffman will:
"Hospitals are data rich," said Lance Burton, general manager of Excel Medical. "At Excel, we're trying to harness that data to move monitoring of patients from being reactive to being proactive through predictive medicine. This year's AAMI Conference is the ideal setting for us to demonstrate and share technology and advancements."
AAMI 2017 is the premier annual healthcare technology management event. It will be attended by 3,000 industry professionals, including clinical engineers, biomedical engineers and technicians, hospital IT specialists, clinicians, nurses and hospital administrators.
About Excel Medical
Excel Medical is an industry innovator in medical device data acquisition, storage, and clinical integration across the hospital enterprise. Its products transform clinical workflow by liberating data and making it more accessible to clinicians through untethered access and Next-Generation Medical Device IntegrationTM with electronic medical records (EMR). Excel's technologies have direct impact on improving patient safety and care, workflow efficiency, and decreasing institutional risk. Partnering with IBM's TJ Watson Laboratory since 2011, Excel has developed a first-of-a-kind clinical streaming analytics platform that is shaping the future of critical care medicine. Excel's products are used by more than 80% of the top medical centers and children's hospitals in the United States. The company is headquartered in Jupiter, Florida, and has customers throughout North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia. More information at: www.excel-medical.com.
Contact Information:Michael Draznin for Excel Medicalmichael@drazninconsulting.comMichael.email@example.com+1 917.921.1039 tel
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