Clinically Effective, Workflow Focused Solutions
Hospitals understand the importance of technology design and its impact on clinical workflow, data collection, and data transmission; they realize that when the designs don’t easily integrate within the clinical workflow, that workarounds occur and adoption decreases. So the executive teams at hospitals today are collaborating and choosing technologies that not only improve direct patient care and safety but also positively impact the clinical workflow. Medical device integration is one such technology. However, how it is implemented and how that implementation affects clinical workflow, is key to ensuring successful adoption.
As the leading provider of device integration for over 16 years, Capsule understands this. We understand that successful device integration is more than simply connecting devices to systems; that solutions must easily integrate within the existing technical environment and clinical workflows.
Our design does just that. It works with existing medical devices and systems. It doesn't require the nurse to carry around another handheld device or PDA or wheel in a workstation to capture vitals or perform PPID. The design in both higher and lower acuity actually integrates with the overall design of the unit. And our future solutions will enable an even better, nurse prompted workflow to further improve patient care at the bedside. Why? Because Capsule knows what it takes to connect.
From the Boardroom:
“As the CNO and Clinical Product Manager at Capsule it is my job to ensure that nurses are involved early and throughout the life of the product. By collaborating with nurses on the clinical design and usability of our solutions, Capsule fits the way the clinician works and the way the hospital works. I am proud to say that our solutions do this and more to enhance clinical practice."
-- Susan Niemeier, RN, BSN, MHA
Chief Nursing Officer