University Hospitals announced today the implementation of Talis Clinical’s ACG-RemoteView ICU, to support higher acuity patient care. Utilizing mobile technology, ACG-RemoteView ICU facilitates seamless integration of all patient monitoring equipment in the ICU environment.
“COVID-19 has exposed gaps in the healthcare chain such as the disconnected nature of critical care, separated monitoring services and the shortage of highly trained skilled clinicians to care for the surge of patients requiring ventilator support,” said Dan Simon, MD, Chief Clinical & Scientific Officer at University Hospitals and President, UH Cleveland Medical Center. “With the technology developed by Talis and the evidence-based clinical protocols developed by UH, we can link ICU data capturing patient monitor waveforms, ventilator waveforms, EMR details and updated lab values to better enable standards across our health system. Additionally, in a COVID-care environment, this mobile-enabled platform allows us to quickly stand up a remote monitoring command center which reduces clinician virus exposure, preserves PPE and optimizes our resources.”