Technology | Analytics Software | June 10, 2019

Glassbeam Announces New Clinsights Application Suite for Healthcare Provider Market

Clinsights drives deep insights for clinical engineering and radiology groups, leveraging artificial intelligence/machine learning platform to help maximize machine uptime and utilization

Glassbeam Announces New Clinsights Application Suite for Healthcare Provider Market

June 10, 2019 — Glassbeam launched Clinsights, a new revitalized application suite powered by artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML). Focused on the healthcare provider market, Clinsights will drive deep insights from several disparate data sources to maximize machine uptime and utilization for clinical engineering and radiology organizations.

The world of data inside any healthcare network is tumultuous and increasing rapidly in volume and variety, as imaging and biomedical machines are increasingly connected with the industrial internet of things (IoT) wave. With Clinsights, Glassbeam combines machine log data with other data sources — such as DICOM, HL7, CMMS and radiology information systems (RIS) — in a single platform and delivers actionable analytics to reduce operating costs and boost revenues, all through a single pane of glass.

Glassbeam has been actively selling its healthcare analytics solution for several years in the industry. With its solution being deployed across thousands of imaging machines as well as more than 100 healthcare facilities owned by large integrated delivery networks (IDNs) and independent imaging centers across the United States, the company said it was imperative to redesign the workflow and prepare the application to accommodate new use cases and customer feedback.

There are several new features offered in Clinsights, such as:

  • Mobile-ready application: Redesigned user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) flow that will allow end users to access applications from any mobile or tablet device;
  • Expanded library of algorithms:  More than 100 rules and ML models for imaging machines such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computed tomography (CT) scanners, enabling proactive, predictive and prescriptive analytics; and
  • Integrated application workflow: Single pane of glass through web-based interface, allowing deeper collaboration between clinical engineering and radiology groups.

“We’re thrilled by the renewed power and simplicity of Glassbeam Clinsights application suite for both clinical engineering and radiology technologists,” said Cary Lucian, senior vice president at Agiliti Health. “Glassbeam is taking a direct shot at addressing the business needs of the C-suite by combining machine uptime and utilization metrics in one view. As a partner organization, it makes our job easier to realize significant ROI and business impact at leading sites such as Scripps Health”.

Glassbeam Clinsights is commercially available immediately and will be showcased at the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) Exchange 2019, June 8-10 in Cleveland. In addition, Glassbeam’s CEO Puneet Pandit is a co-presenter at AAMI Exchange along with industry expert Binseng Wang in a session titled “Reduce Costs and Downtime with Artificial Intelligence-enabled Predictive Maintenance.”

For more information: www.glassbeam.com

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