CléMetric, a global provider of advanced healthcare data analytics and visualization solutions, announced the company’s CEO, Gergens Polynice, will speak at the HIMSS’ event “The Internet of Things in Healthcare: Improving Medical Care,” sponsored by IBM, on September 14, 2015.
Disruptive technology is now a welcoming fact in conductive business for many industries. Healthcare is no exception. Although the healthcare industry has been changing over the years – mainly due to enacted legislations: Medicare, Medicaid, and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) – the need to provide better care while lowering costs, perhaps more than other factors, vows to accelerate the rate of change, the supply of information and the level of predictive analytics adoption in the industry. But as healthcare organizations seek out sustainable systems, new collaboration methods and improved access to data, it can be confusing to understand exactly why and how technologies will help.
During this discussion with IBM and several prominent medical doctors, CléMetric will demonstrate how data generated from bedside monitors, sensors and other devices can be integrated with patient’s electronic health records (EHR) to deliver a robust data analytics platform that includes critical care trending data, cohort analysis, and population health management. The main use of the CléMetric solution is to provide near real-time situational awareness, care-coordination, proactive patient management, and avoidance of delays in treatment decisions. The combined CléMetric and IBM solution is capable of monitoring and analyzing hundreds of patients and computing thousands of data points per patient per second.