Capsule Tech, Inc., the leading provider of medical device connectivity, today announced that its proven medical device connectivity solutions have been chosen by more than 190 hospitals using the MEDITECH electronic health record platform. Capsule will be showcasing its medical device integration (MDI) solution at the International MUSE 2012 Conference in Orlando May 29 – June 1, 2012.
Capsule’s MDI solution is favored by hospitals using MEDITECH for the benefits it delivers across the hospital enterprise, such as near real-time delivery of data to the EMR, improved decision making, reduced charting errors, recovered nursing hours and improved patient care and outcomes. The key reason MEDITECH hospitals choose Capsule for device integration is because it is medical grade and offers true flexibility and scalability to change and grow as their needs and budgets allow. It is also one of the only solutions to offer a variety of deployment options to meet the needs of any clinical environment – from software only to full turnkey solutions featuring the Capsule Neuron.
“Locking us into one technology was not an option for Centura,” said Joyce Touchton, Project Manager, Information Technology, Centura Health. “We have the highest standards for technology at all of our facilities and it was mandatory that we could interface all of our monitors regardless of manufacturer; Capsule will get everyone speaking the same language for successful integration and automation.”
“Our primary focus at Capsule is developing solutions that enable nurses and other clinicians to increase productivity and streamline their workflows to give them more time with their patients,” said Susan Niemeier, CNO, Capsule Tech, Inc. “With more than 190 MEDITECH customers choosing Capsule MDI solutions, we are proud to be leading the way in helping providers improve the overall quality of care.”