InsightIQ: A clinical intelligence platform providing continuous patient monitoring, enabling clinicians to focus on the most critical patients for early intervention. It embeds actionable intelligence into the visual workflow that allows care teams to increase compliance with established protocols. InsightIQ can be accessible anywhere via your hospital’s web browser – handhelds, desktop, WOW, or bedside monitors.
Digitized Protocols and Dashboards Across the Care Spectrum
This view—typically the landing page for clinicians—displays data for all patient beds within the unit.
Smart alerting, early warning scoring and stroke timers can lead to earlier recognition of adverse events, prompt intervention, and improved compliance.
The National Early Warning Score (NEWS) identifies potential deteriorating patients at increased risk of ICU admission, cardiac arrest, or death within 24 hours.
Dashboards have the ability to display an expanded view of vitals, labs or chemistry value trends.
Additionally, the expanded gives the clinicians the ability to view both active and recently discontinued medication administration details – including status, dosage, admin time as well as the possible effects of medications – superimposed on those trend lines.
Clicking on one or more medications will instantly plot the medication administration time vs. the vital signs trend. This view can also be used to confirm the medication compliance status
InsightIQ uses no proprietary algorithms. We start with peer-reviewed protocols, bundles of care, and Early Warning Scores that are easily configurable for your hospital specific workflows, data values, and thresholds – configurable for each specific unit and patient population. All standards of care and indicators are implemented in accordance with facility approved protocols.
Our Early warning scoring algorithms utilize algorithms to calculate a patient’s risk of deterioration based on their vital signs – such as heart rate, blood pressure, respiratory rate, and oxygen saturation. The scores are then used to alert healthcare providers of potential risks and to trigger interventions to prevent further deterioration.