“We set out to save lives and improve care by implementing AI-based contact-free patient monitoring in healthcare facilities across the globe,” said Matt Johnson, CEO of EarlySense.
The report includes findings from a case study at Hebrew Home of Riverdale by RiverSpring Health showing that skilled nursing facilities incorporating contact-free, continuous patient monitoring can potentially aid in the early identification of acute changes in patient deterioration and rapid life-threatening treatment interventions.
Clinical Study Finds Combining Patient Risk Stratification With EarlySense Continuous Monitoring can Reduce Clinician Work Load, Improve Patient Sleep and Satisfaction
3/26/19: EarlySense reports the study found that low-risk hospitalized patients undisturbed by staff between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. slept better and reported increased satisfaction with the care they received from nurses during hospitalization. These patients also incurred no additional deterioration or adverse events, versus the control group.
9/12/18: "We are dedicated to providing our patients with the highest level of care, and equipping our nursing staff with advanced technology to help them succeed in their roles," said Lex Kahlman, Care Manager Pulmonology at Franciscus Gasthuis & Vlietland.