Technology | April 10, 2007

Welch Allyn’s Notifier Puts Efficiency in Nurses’ Hands

Clinician Notifier is a uniquely designed remote notifer with new features that enhance nursing workflow. In a few seconds at the beginning of each shift, a nurse uses a Clinician Notifier PDA to self-assign the patients for which she has primary responsibility. Then, throughout her shift, she receives alarms from her assigned patients and is able to determine the nature of the alarm and current patient status by viewing real-time patient data and waveforms. She also has the ability to access real-time waveform data and review historical events for any patient on the unit at any time.

Key features and benefits of the Clinician Notifier include: (1.) Patient Self Assignment, (2.) Ability to access real-time waveform and numeric data and event history from the Clinician Notifier mobile device, (3.) Ability to customize the type of alarms being transmitted to Clinician Notifier mobile devices, (4.) Bi-directional communication between the Clinician Notifier device and the Central Station, (5.)Three-tiered alarm escalation, (6.) Automated warnings when off the network, (7.) Distinct alarm tones for low-level and lethal arrhythmias and (8.) It is secure and HIPAA compliant.

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