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In clinical use, the value of smart medical devices is only as good as the smart monitoring that accompanies them. Hicuity Health’s smart device monitoring service relies upon close collaboration with developers and users of smart devices to deliver a comprehensive monitoring capability to a range of clinical settings ranging from hospital to home. Hicuity helps you turn robust data flows and extensive alerts into smart, timely, clinically important interventions.
Hicuity Health draws on its 15 years of success in 24/7 monitoring – including its robust clinical infrastructure, high-reliability systems, and proprietary workflow management and customization capabilities – to deliver value to service providers, device developers, and patients in a range of care environments. The device-agnostic service, which can overlay full-time monitoring services over a range of smart devices, enables continuous patient observation and early identification of proactive patient intervention opportunities. Hicuity Health observers identify indicators of potential patient deterioration and promptly engage bedside clinicians or specialists.
Whether you are proposing or utilizing a smart device strategy, Hicuity Health smart device monitoring can create value for a full range of smart devices, including:
Hicuity Health’s comprehensive smart device monitoring service delivers full-time monitoring services for a variety of monitoring technology options in a customizable solution. The result is more timely interventions, better outcomes, and fewer readmissions or transfers.