Sepsis, Heart Attack and Stroke kill over 10 million people each year. Many of these deaths are preventable. Further, many of those saved suffer years of unnecessary damage while loading their healthcare system with 100’s of billions of dollars of costs.
The more quickly patients with these conditions are treated, the lower their mortality and morbidity rates. Fortunately, there are globally published protocols for managing the treatment of these conditions. The trick is to ensure they are enthusiastically followed.
The QiiQ solution will help emergency staff to reduce execution time for emergency protocols. By exploiting inexpensive technologies and engaging design , we will TRACK & REPORT interventions in REALTIME along the treatment pathway.
Tag at Triage
Equip patients flagged as high urgency with a Bluetooth beacon. It accompanies the patient through the chosen end-point.
Setting Time Zero
The moment the new patient has been flagged as high urgency, the clock starts. From there, the race to diagnose and treat the patient begins…
Discrete smart devices affixed to ED staff will automatically recognize proximity to patient beacon.
Auto-Capture of all Clinician-Patient Encounters
All patient-proximal interventions are logged without clinician distraction. For critical steps, the clinician can label the event post-encounter in seconds on their smart device.
Keeping performance on the staff radar, you can meet and exceed protocol goals... or observe comparisons with other clinics.
Performance Dashboards Where Needed
At a glance, know how your high urgency cases are doing against guideline goals, or compared to a nearby hospital.
QiiQ Beacons are tiny computers: cheap, low-energy transmitters using the Bluetooth Smart technology to broadcast data and communicate with mobile devices. They enable amazing possibilities based on proximity and identity.
SMART MOBILE DEVICES
Smart mobile devices equipped with our secure software recognize nearby beacons, allowing for automatic logging of patient-proximity events (exceeding a minimum). Clinicians may then be prompted to instantly code the event based on a simple checklist.
QiiQ SECURE SERVERS
When wifi is available to a clinician’s smart mobile device, it will communicate with our secure system and store logged data. In turn, this data becomes immediately available to our visual reporting engine, keeping patient treatment status available to everyone on the team – when they need it.
Know how you’re doing while there is still time to change your results!
Of course our solution must be profoundly useful to you. But if this is not fun for you to use, then we have failed.
We know your budgets are really tight. We’re building our technology using using inexpensive consumer technology. We think you’ll love our pricing.
LIVE STATS ANYWHERE
The results of our data capture technology are only useful if they inspire your delivery teams to perform optimally. This means that the results must be readily available to hospital staff, and must be in a form that can be interpreted quickly. We will work with you to ensure that live data streams to screens in the right places on the clinical floor. They will also be available on smart devices so clinical staff can see what’s happening no matter where they are.
This is an incredibly exciting time to be in healthcare, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. According to Harvard economist Michael E Porter, this is the time for the industry to embrace change. We recognize it’s happening, despite enormous resistance from all corners. We’re on your side, and want to help make it easier for all clinical staff. We’re very comfortable with technology, and can make it easier for you, too. We’re at your service!
Skills We Use
Perspective comes from a lifelong enthusiasm for and practice in the field of healthcare. We wouldn’t have started nor be without it.
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