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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Yes! One of the core strengths of Talis Clinical is interoperability with data from disparate IT systems, medical devices, and equipment. We have successfully integrated with various HIS (e.g. Meditech, Epic, Allscripts, Cerner), data warehouses, lab systems, med cabinets (e.g. Omnicell, Pyxis), professional billing, etc.

We maintain our own library of drivers compatible with our medical device integration platform, MD-iQ™.

Yes! Talis can interface with your point of care drug-dispensing system. Our intraoperative documentation platform has real-time controlled substance reconciliation and dual-signature waste validation, with reporting to pharmacy.

None! There is no need for a dedicated analyst to support Talis Clinical’s services. Talis SystemHealth™ engineers work directly with your local support staff, including biomedical engineering and network analysts when needed.

Real-time dashboards can display any clinical or operational parameter that the hospital deems necessary. Operational examples include concurrency, turnover time, case duration vs. scheduled time, handoffs, etc. Clinical guidance global notifications can also be created, enforcing your protocols around conditions like awareness under anesthesia, excessive use of vasopressor, bradycardia, hypotension, etc.

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Yes! One of the core strengths of Talis Clinical is interoperability with data from disparate IT systems, medical devices, and equipment. We have successfully integrated with various HIS (e.g. Meditech, Epic, Allscripts, Cerner), data warehouses, lab systems, med cabinets (e.g. Omnicell, Pyxis), professional billing, etc.

We maintain our own library of drivers compatible with our medical device integration platform, MD-iQ™.

Yes! Talis can interface with your point of care drug-dispensing system. Our intraoperative documentation platform has real-time controlled substance reconciliation and dual-signature waste validation, with reporting to pharmacy.

None! There is no need for a dedicated analyst to support Talis Clinical’s services. Talis SystemHealth™ engineers work directly with your local support staff, including biomedical engineering and network analysts when needed.

Real-time dashboards can display any clinical or operational parameter that the hospital deems necessary. Operational examples include concurrency, turnover time, case duration vs. scheduled time, handoffs, etc. Clinical guidance global notifications can also be created, enforcing your protocols around conditions like awareness under anesthesia, excessive use of vasopressor, bradycardia, hypotension, etc.

Yes! One of the core strengths of Talis Clinical is interoperability with data from disparate IT systems, medical devices, and equipment. We have successfully integrated with various HIS (e.g. Meditech, Epic, Allscripts, Cerner), data warehouses, lab systems, med cabinets (e.g. Omnicell, Pyxis), professional billing, etc.

We maintain our own library of drivers compatible with our medical device integration platform, MD-iQ™.

Yes! Talis can interface with your point of care drug-dispensing system. Our intraoperative documentation platform has real-time controlled substance reconciliation and dual-signature waste validation, with reporting to pharmacy.

None! There is no need for a dedicated analyst to support Talis Clinical’s services. Talis SystemHealth™ engineers work directly with your local support staff, including biomedical engineering and network analysts when needed.

Real-time dashboards can display any clinical or operational parameter that the hospital deems necessary. Operational examples include concurrency, turnover time, case duration vs. scheduled time, handoffs, etc. Clinical guidance global notifications can also be created, enforcing your protocols around conditions like awareness under anesthesia, excessive use of vasopressor, bradycardia, hypotension, etc.

Lauren LeCastre  |  Office Manager

Call Lauren today at 234-284-5280 for more information.