Humility of Mary Health Partners has rolled out a new patient observation and communications platform that enables round-the-clock visual and audio monitoring of patients at high risk of falling.
Sam L. Odle has been named Senior Strategic Policy Advisor of AvaSure, provider of the fastest growing solution for remote monitoring of patients at risk of in-hospital injury.
Minnesota Department of Health public report shows that falls continue to be an area of challenge for healthcare facilities. Occasionally, all appropriate interventions are in place and a patient can […]
Chuck Lauer, columnist for Becker’s Hospital Review, writes about how not enough hospitals are adopting technologies such as AvaSys that provide low-cost solutions to patient safety problems in healthcare. Read […]
ABM Healthcare Support Services study explores the issue of alarm fatigue and patient safety, cited by the Emergency Care Research Institute as the No. 1 health technology hazard in 2013. […]
AvaSys is featured in Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare magazine, which interviewed Laura Vento of University of California-San Diego Health System about the system’s experience with AvaSys. Read the article.
A study conducted at Methodist Healthcare-University Hospital in Memphis found that an intervention designed to increase bed alarm use in an urban hospital increased alarm use but had no statistically […]
Falls, a Hospital-Acquired Condition: The Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority’s Enhanced Reporting Program
Report explores where and when falls occur, based on extensive public reporting by hospitals. View the report by Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority.