Dr. Néstor Raimondi, President of the Pan American and Iberian Federation of Critical Care and Intensive Care Medicine, talks about the need of having a tool like ehCOS SmartICU to improve the quality of care and patient safety in the ICU.
Javier Pérez-Fernández, MD, Specialist of Critical Care Units of Baptist Hospital in Miami (Florida), explains why ehCOS SmartICU is a valuable tool for the Intensive Care Units nowadays and in the near future.
Nathan W. Tierney (U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs) explains how important is to measure value in healthcare to improve the care that Healthcare organizations provide to their patients.
Dr. David Jaimovich, ehCOS CMO at USA, explains how important is not only to gather data, but transform that information into quality knowlege to feed predictive algorithms for the prevention of the ICU patients’ condition.
Dr. David Jaimovich, ehCOS’ CMO at USA, talks about the importance of measure results to improve the care that healthcare organizations deliver to their patients, mostly in terms of quality and safety.
Dr. Eduardo Vigil Martín, ehCOS Chief Medical Officer, comments on two fundamental axes to keep in mind when developing eHealth solutions: maximum usability that allow doctors and nurses to focus on the patient, not the screens or the software.
Dr. Francisco Murillo, director of Clinical Management of Critical Care and Emergency at the Virgen del Rocio University Hospital in Spain, weighs in on how they Information Technology is helping to discover relevant information for the critically ill patients in the ICU, improving clinical practice and the sustainability of intensive care units (ICU).
Dr. Néstor Raimondi, president of the Pan American and Iberian Federation of Critical Care and Intensive Care Medicine, reflects in this video on the way technology is helping to increase the quality and safety of care for critically ill patients in Intensive Care Units in the present age.
Dr. Rafael López López, Head of Oncology at the USC University Hospital Complex in Santiago de Compostela, talks about the need to shift to new value-based management models in the field of Oncology.
Manuel Rodríguez Fernández, healthcare information technology consultant, highlights how technology is helping Emergency Medicine professionals to safely prioritize patient care in this hospital department.