MD, Leiden University Medical Center
“Because it is an acute situation, the time was not measured accurately, lots of times were missing and you could only evaluate data afterwards.”
More patients are leaving without being seeing due to delay in treatment.
Incomplete data is making it difficult to measure our performance and customer satisfaction.
Our caregivers are spending a significant amount of time of paperwork rather than patient care.
Efficiently moving patient through the hospital is becoming a great challenge.
Eliminate human error and increase accuracy and reliability for door-to-balloon time tracking.
Visual patient treatment time display provides accurate feedback about performance.
Receive more precise and accurate data for gaining new insights into the patient time process.
Set targets for the different checkpoints, to help your staff to improve their performance.
The Zebra's Patient Flow Analytics is designed to provide the
greatest value in emergency patient care where time-to-treatment is most critical.
In August 2015, the Cardiology Department of Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC), a leading European hospital, completed a 6-month, 100-patient pilot review of the Zebra's Patient Flow Analytics and the solution has now moved into commercialization phase for all Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) patients.
The wristband contains a smart sensor and is put on as soon as a diagnosis is made.
Because of the smart wristband, each Time to Treatment truly starts at the door.
The tablets automatically and accurately register patient time to a fraction of a second.
The tablets turn green, orange or red, indicating the patient time performance to the staff.
The dashboard shows overall performance as well as the current patient detections.
Setting up the system is easy. Install the tablets in your hospital, connect to the internet, sign in to your online account, and you are ready to go.
Eliminate human error and measure patient transport times precisely.
Patient Flow Analytics is patient friendly, does not interfere with primary care and requires minimal hospital staff time.