Rothman Index TREND
Leveraging Real-time Clinical Surveillance
Rothman Index TREND provides clinicians with a visual dashboard of the patient’s condition in real-time, helping them to detect changes before they become life-threatening. Powered by the Rothman Index, TREND can be easily accessed via a web browser, integrated into a provider’s electronic medical record (EMR), or accessed via a web-based dedicated kiosk display. It conveniently works at the individual patient level as well as the nursing unit or facility level for real-time clinical surveillance.
Rothman Index MOBILE
Driving Proactive Rapid Response
Rothman Index MOBILE enables on-the-go clinicians to identify at-risk patients earlier for prioritized rounding and care delivery. Tracking changes in health status through a mobile device is a real-time capability that provides clinicians a new level of transparency and is a valuable tool to help them make better clinical decisions. Organizational configuration options enable clinical leaders to determine when to notify the clinical response team through a push notification. This reduces alarm fatigue and promotes trust in the selected technology. MOBILE capabilities can be integrated into a healthcare organization’s existing mobile communication platform.
Rothman Index ANALYTICS
Analyzing Outcomes and Identifying Opportunities
Rothman Index ANALYTICS provides clinicians and analysts with visibility into retrospective clinical outcomes and real-time in-house patient populations. ANALYTICS is a browser-based tool that allows quality analysts to gather historical trends as a baseline, measure performance throughout the duration of use case protocol adoption, and dive deep into specific patient information to support root cause analysis. Visualizations and patient lists may be exported to add to presentations and integrate with other data sources, respectively.
Leveraging the Rothman Index, ANALYTICS allows clinical and analytics leaders to identify areas of success, as well as opportunities for improved performance of patient and population outcomes in areas such as mortality, length of stay, readmissions, and intensive care unit (ICU) utilization.