HCI Adds Dynamic, Bidirectional Interactivity To Critical Patient Care
Acute care, long term care and rehabilitation care facilities now have the ability to display specific COVID-19 patient status for patient care through HCI Digital Whiteboards, Tablets and interactive television solutions.
With the HCI COVID-19 Module as part of the Interactive Patient Care Solution, MediaCare, our enterprise-wide integration platform, can help to monitor and track critical data for patients being treated for COVID-19. HCI software and hardware used for the treatment of COVID patients may be eligible for CARES Act funding, and we can help you with the paperwork.
Testing Status and Code Status display critical patient information with the most current rounding notes and vital statistics to fully align Care communications.
HCI’s Interactive Patient Whiteboards connect with our Interactive Hall Whiteboards and Interactive Unit Whiteboards to show patient restrictions and protocols. The COVID-19 Module displays critical Testing Status and Code Status in block elements with large print for immediate viewing and assessment by all critical care staff.
Digital protocol flags, called “InfoTiles”, and Status displays can be customized to meet specific organizational or governmental standards and guidelines.
COVID data displayed on the Interactive Hall Whiteboard outside the room can alert staff to suit up in PPE as guidelines indicate prior to entering a room, conserving PPE supplies.
The digital Hall Whiteboard can serve as a communication conduit to the patient without entering the room using CleanCall, a direct-to-patient videoconferencing app.
In-Room Image and Scan Views with Touch Annotation
The COVID-19 Module can pull scans from PAC and other imaging systems for in-room consultation and discussions with patients using touch annotation on the screen with the on-screen color palette and stylus.
Education for a Smooth Transition in COVID Care
HCI offers patient education on COVID-19 through our educational content partners, which can be prescribed based on diagnosis code. Digital educational videos on the illness can be pushed to the patient television and monitored for completion at the Nurses’ Station on the Interactive Unit Whiteboard. This digital content supports patient health literacy for discharge planning and after-care.