As the Delta variant surges, leading to bed and staff capacity shortages, discover how you can leverage Sickbay to extend your staff’s capacity with virtual monitoring using these 5 steps to rapid deployment:
Turn on remote monitoring apps for current integrated beds
Give other clinical users remote access to monitor from offices and homes
Access customized virtual training or schedule remote video trainings to get team up and running in 30 minutes or less
Integrate more data as needed (e.g. ventilators, ECMO)
Expand beds into other care areas
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From the Front Lines
See how leading healthcare facilities met demands at the start of the pandemic and are now able to scale up and down to meet current and future needs.
Virtual Rounding from 30 to over 120 Providers Every Day over the Web
Barbara-Jo Achuff, MD, Attending Physician, Critical Care Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital
Remote monitoring of ECMO patients, including the ability to detect slow deterioration not visible in the EMR
Stephanie Cha, MD, Asst Professor, Anesthesiology & Critical Care, Johns Hopkins Health System
Expansion from a single unit to over 140 beds, including 4 brands of ventilators, within days of contract signing
David Li, Director, Clinical Information Systems, Johns Hopkins Health System
Houston Methodist’s virtual ICU in action
See how Houston Methodist is managing patients remotely from their virtual ICU (vICU) with access to video and real-time streaming data.
Creating the ICU of the future
Emma Fauss, CEO of Medical Informatics Corp. and Roberta Schwartz, Houston Methodist EVP and Chief Innovation Officer
Expanding Virtual Care to All Service Lines
Ken Letkeman, Chief Information Office, Houston Methodist Hospital