The Action module of the Epimed Monitor System is a 100% mobile platform and allows the use of checklists, setting of daily goals and assists with shift changes.
During a single day, the treatment of a patient hospitalised in the ICU can involve up to 2,000 interventions. Many different health professionals, including doctors, nurses, physiotherapists and nutritionists, need to know the patient’s clinical condition and communicate with each other in order to achieve a successful treatment.
The features of the shift-change docket generator and the daily goals organiser simplify and organise these processes, helping health professionals and managers to maintain continuity in the patient’s treatment plan. The checklists maximise adherence to the best care practices and methods for prevention of complications in ICUs.
- Quick access to the clinical information of your patients
- Simplify and better organise the processes of your team to guarantee continuity of care
- Improvement in communication and efficiency of a multi-professional team
- Monitor at the bedside adherence to the best care practices and methods of prevention of adverse events and healthcare-associated infections
- Completely mobile and available on Android® e iOS® platforms
- Integrated to the Length of Hospitalisation in ICU plug-in of the Performance module, which allows quick access to individual predictive analyses of the duration of hospitalisation and the risk of prolonged hospitalisation in the ICU
- Simultaneous access for a multi-professional team
- Overview: Quick access to the most important patient information, such as diagnoses, comorbidities, invasive devices in use, severity scores and estimates of length of stay in the ICU
- Checklist: facilitates adherence to the best care practices and methods for prevention of complications in the ICU
- Daily Goals: Organise the daily goals defined for each patient, with indication of status, the healthcare professional responsible and priority
- Shift Change: Structured history of the clinical condition of the patient for each shift change