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Frost & Sullivan Key Takeaways

Compared to competing solutions in the market, Sickbay™, MIC’s flagship virtual care and analytics platform, offers strong differentiation across multiple factors, including:

  • Vendor-agnostic, multi-patient viewing of up to 100 patients across units and facilities;
  • Deployment of virtual care and AI into other inpatient settings outside the ICU, alarm management applications, apps and open APIs to develop and deploy near-real-time predictive analytics; and
  • Low up-front investment cost, superior customization, scale-up speed, and a SaaS model solution with an ever evolving roadmap of applications that can be deployed on a single architecture.

Technology Partnerships Driving Trust and Innovation

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Several key strategic alliances set MIC apart from others in the space by aligning with companies including Intel, Dell, and Cisco. Key features include the fact that Sickbay™:

  • Runs on the latest Intel technologies, including Xeon processors, storage solutions such as Optane, and Intel-optimized python libraries to accelerate ML and AI research for physiologic waveform and other time-series data sets. This also demonstrates MIC’s ability to integrate and process data from varied sources in different formats.
  • Uses Intel’s hyperconverged, tiered storage architectures enables efficient cost versus performance deployments.
  • Is validated on the latest server hardware from Dell, as well as long-term storage solutions such as Isilon and PowerStore. Sickbay’s vICU and vTele apps are best viewed on Dell’s large-scale displays, providing a seamless and elegant web-based workflow.
  • Leverages the existing Cisco networking architecture at hospitals for medical device integration. This revolutionary new design:
    • eliminates the need for expensive, dedicated computer hardware to be installed and maintained at every bed in a hospital,
    • allows a hospital to rapidly deploy and scale data collection from diverse medical devices, and
    • ensures that clinical staff can access near-real-time waveforms synchronized across medical devices rather than having to rely on poorly sampled, discrete vitals from current device connectivity solutions.

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MIC’s Sickbay™ Platform

MIC’s FDA-cleared software-based Sickbay™ platform is challenging the world of patient monitoring and analytics to create a new standard of data-driven care. This is accomplished by automating the collection of patient data from the bedside to bring it to care teams wherever they are so they can:

  • Expedite root cause analysis and intervention,
  • Improve care team collaboration,
  • Remove manual processes, and
  • Improve overall quality of patient care and outcomes.

Together, we believe we can change the face of medicine, save more lives, and help care teams get back to focusing on patients instead of data. Click here to learn more about Sickbay™ and MIC. Check out MIC's blog and resource center for additional articles, videos, news and white papers.

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