Successful first stage of major rollout Paris, France
The University Hospital of Rennes has successfully commenced deployment of MetaVision from iMDsoft, a leading provider of clinical information systems. After seven months of production use in the pediatric resuscitation department, CHU Rennes sees the benefits of the MetaVision software package in terms of quality of care and patient follow-up, and has continued its deployment in the neonatal resuscitation unit
The University Hospital of Rennes, a center of excellence in the Brittany region, has 4 sites and more than 1,800 beds. The hospital treats half a million patients annually and remains a benchmark in health research, with over a thousand clinical studies in 2016. It will implement MetaVision in its pediatric and neonatal adult resuscitation, for a total of over one hundred and thirty beds.
The MetaVision PDMS is being implemented across all the intensive care units and high dependency units. In parallel, MetaVision SafeTrack, our mobile electronic observation system, is being rolled across all general wards. UHS will benefit from having a single patient observation record across all clinical areas, ensuring a complete continuum of care hospital-wide.
They will be using the system all the pre-op, intra-op and post-op units of their three hospitals: Grabs, Altstätten and Walenstadt. SR RWS was impressed with MetaVision’s multi-site capability: its distributed database architecture enables networks to maintain uniformity and enforce clinical best practices across institutions.
AZ Sint-Jan Brugge-Oostende now has electronic patient records in over 50 ICU beds, joining UZ Leuven, AZ Groeninge Kortrijk, OLV Ziekenhuis Aalst, AZ Sint-Lucas and AZ Turnhout in using MetaVision. Benefits for these hospitals include centralized management, standardization of workflows and fast implementation.
MetaVision SafeTrack is live on the Trauma and Orthopaedic, Surgery and Gynaecology wards (320 level 1 beds) and will next be implemented across Medicine as part of the hospital-wide rollout. Using mobile devices, nurses of all grades capture observations for their patients directly onto MetaVision SafeTrack, which calculates the MEWS (Modified Early Warning Score) and advises the next appropriate steps regarding escalation and observation frequency. Clinicians can review the observational data from any UHS PC, laptop, iPad or iPod, as well as any personal device connected to the hospital Wi-Fi.Read Press Release University Hospital Southampton introduces mobile electronic observation capture from iMDsoft as part of a hospital-wide project
The framework was developed by QE Facilities, a subsidiary company of Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust, and is one of the broadest clinical IT frameworks in the market. It is comprised of 49 suppliers covering 52 products, including electronic patient records, patient administration systems, PACs, RIS, e-prescribing and more. iMDsoft's clinical EPR solution, MetaVision, offers hospital-wide electronic patient records and includes support for clinical workflow management and decision support, clinical documentation, and electronic prescribing as well as medication administration.
The offer iMDsoft submitted with its two partners, Silverlink Software and InfoMedix, was deemed "the most economically advantageous tender." iMDsoft's clinical EPR solution, MetaVision, offers hospital-wide electronic patient records and includes support for clinical workflow management and decision support, clinical documentation, patient population management, multidisciplinary care team workflows and electronic prescribing as well as medication administration.
MetaVision is now live throughout their critical care environment. The system has been implemented in adult, neonatal and burn intensive care units, across a total of 145 beds. Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre has 1.2 million patient visits each year and is home to Canada's largest trauma centre. Two hundred scientists and clinician-scientists conduct more than a hundred million dollars of breakthrough research each year.
iMDsoft today announced that it has been acquired by Harris Computer Corporation, an arm of the Constellation Software group. iMDsoft will be run as an independent business unit within Harris. It will be led by Shahar Sery, a seasoned iMDsoft executive, who has been nominated to the role of Executive Vice President.Read Press Release Harris Computer Corporation acquires iMDsoft
We are excited about the successful start of one of the largest enterprise-wide ICU clinical information system implementations in the world. In mid-October eHealth NSW’s eRIC (electronic Record for Intensive Care) Program implemented the MetaVision clinical information system in the ICU at the pilot site - Port Macquarie Base Hospital (PMBH). “From day one, eRIC will provide significant benefits to patient care and clinical workflow including electronic documentation, medication management and integration with bedside devices. Our staff have embraced this unique new system, which has been designed for clinicians by clinicians and will support them in caring for critically ill patients,” said Jane Evans, PMBH General Manager.Read Press Release First site at New South Wales Health now live with MetaVision