Virtual Patient Observation & Monitoring
Virtual Patient, Room and Device Observation
Clinicians and staff can identify and intervene faster in high-risk situations, using Caregility’s iObserver. Tablets, mobile carts, and mounted screens enable observers on-site or thousands of miles away, to visually monitor patients and medical devices such as IVs and ventilators. Audible alarms, texts, pages, and other means of notification can then be quickly employed to help keep patients safe.
A virtual “sitter” can monitor 12 patients or settings on a single screen, using the Caregility platform.
Patients that require observation may be in crisis or at high-risk of deterioration. In this case, applications include rapid response/patient watch lists, sepsis, telestroke, non-traditional patient boarding, infectious diseases (e.g. COVID-19), and other groups of concern.
Other use cases include fall/wandering risk, possible self-harm, and possible illegal activity or damage related to visitors.
Struggling to protect patients while minimizing staff time and cost?
Virtual patient observation systems help keep high-risk patients safe while reducing the costs of bedside patient monitoring. Learn how virtual observation works, which patients are candidates, and what to look for in a system. Download our white paper, Considering Virtual Observation for Your Healthcare Organization.Download Now
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Always available and HIPPA-compliant, UHE enables virtual telehealth solutions such as continuous patient monitoring, ad-hoc patient check-ins, primary care access, specialty consults, and more.Learn about UHE