How to connect medical devices to your EHR
October 18, 2017
As more biomedical devices are used in our institutions, increasing amounts of data are being collected manually by nurses and other clinicians. Without biomedical interoperability, nurses must painstakingly copy this information into the EHR by hand – an activity that takes up valuable time and sometimes results in transcription errors.
How can you improve this process? Connecting your devices with the electronic patient records is the best solution, but for most organizations, it’s easier said than done.
During this webinar, Enovacom reveals five keys to success in the integration of medical devices to your electronic medical record.
The webinar will be held: 28th of November 2017 – 10.00 am-11.00 am (EST)
The key points of this webinar:
- Introduction – why medical devices should be integrated in the HIS: the benefits for IT Team, nurses, biomedical engineering department and the patient.
- Connecting medical devices to the EMR: connectivity or interoperability?
- How to prioritize which devices and which department?
- What are the specific needs per care unit?
- Data types you can collect per medical devices
- Overview – example of project management
- Why you should integrate biomedical devices into your interoperability strategy
- Enovacom solutions for your Medical Devices Integration strategy
- Daniel Roberge (pictured on left), Senior Consultant, Clinical IT Solutions, Enovacom
- Jean-Baptiste Michon (pictured on right), Product Marketing Manager, Enovacom
Enovacom was founded in France in 2002 to enable the exchange and sharing of patient data, with a faster and more reliable solution. Enovacom systems are used in over 1,500 hospitals and have a satisfaction rate of 97%. Enovacom has established relationships with major software partners, including Meditech. Enovacom solutions are used in France, the United Kingdom, Canada, Belgium and Switzerland. In 2016, Enovacom was added to the Truffle Top 100 French software developers.