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Better patient monitoring wherever you are

The latest statistics published by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) in the U.S. and the “Sentinel Events Evaluation” study in the EU, shows that medical error is presented as a major cause of death in critically ill patients, increasing these figures exponentially in the absence of medical staff qualified. Better Care was designed together with clinicians, implementing medical knowledge to improve critical and semicritical patient care by means of a smart but easy to use tool powered by the latest e-health technologies, communications and safety.

Current situation

Only in the U.S. is estimated around 98,000 patients die each year not by illness but from causes associated with medical care, figures in the EU does not differ at all when we speak of patients in critical or intensive care where the number of treatments and making processes changing decision, the number of errors increases dramatically.

So far few solutions have been found in the prevention of error in patient care critics, a problem that is based on two solve complex realities.

The first factor is the skills level of the medical personnel in the intensive care units. Statistics show that healthcare centers with specialist personnel on hand 24 hours a day record significantly lower fatality figures than centers where this skilled personnel is present only for some of the time or even completely absent.

The second factor is the inevitable problem of money. Not all hospitals can afford to keep intensive care units staffed with highly qualified personnel right round the clock. It should be borne in mind here that an intensive care bed costs up to 8 times more than a general healthcare bed.

 

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