From EarlySense Contact-Free Continuous Patient Monitoring
Implementing the EarlySense System
empowers staff to respond earlier and more effectively to costly, deleterious patient incidents that include:
- Patient Falls
- Pressure injuries
- Monitoring HR and RR allows recognition of changes in vital signs that might indicate Onset of Sepsis, Opioid-Induced Respiratory Depression, and other preventable forms of deterioration/failure to rescue.
Clinical Outcomes as a result of Continuous Patient Monitoring From EarlySense
In a study of two skilled nursing facilities, researchers found
"improved overall quality of care for the elderly."
47% decrease in patient falls.1
19% decrease in transfer rate to hospital.1
An evaluation by a team of clinicians at a community hospital in California observed
"...measurable improvements in patient care and safety."2
resulting in a
reduction in pressure ulcers.2
- ZJ Palace, G. Mendelson, MF Thaler, A. Margel. "The Effect of a Continuous Patient Monitoring System on Reducing Falls and Hospitalization in Skilled Nursing Facilities."
- Brown, HV & Zimlichman, E. “Improved Outcomes and Reduced Costs with Contact-free Continuous Patient Monitoring on a Medical-Surgical Hospital Unit.” Interim results ahead of publication. 2010