Current practises in hospitals abroad - where similar AI monitoring systems have already been implemented - demonstrate the necessity to embed advanced technologies to increase quality and safety of medical care. Increased medical staff workload indicates the need to integrate the latest technologies into medical processes to improve the quality and safety of care. During the COVID-19, "Third Opinion. AI-Monitoring" allowed us to reduce contacts with patients and eliminate the risk of contamination in medical staff.
Head of Intensive Care Unit
The monitoring system in the ICU plays a paramount role in achieving the main goal, which is SAFETY.
It includes prevention of undesirable events, namely the precaution against falls in high-risk patients, for example, in age-related ones with cognitive impairments requiring outside care and supervision.
Any attempts to get out of bed are sent to the staff and effectively indicated with alarm icons on the monitors and an audio signal
The system recognizes the patient's awakening, warns on non-standard behavior of the patient, which may indicate the progression of convulsive state - it captures muscle-tonic contractions. The system notifies the staff about the necessity to visit a patient in a set time interval.
Round-the-clock monitoring with video recording of work and events is provided, which in its turn allows you to analyze an incident to make right medical decisions. Thanks to the system, the staff become more vigilant, assess and prevent additional risks.
The system should be implemented in intensive care units in order to prevent undesirable events.
CV algorithms let the system in real time detect and notify medical staff in case any incidents or accidents occur. Caregiver response time in adverse events has been substantially reduced. Smart observation also has a positive impact on the psychological state of patients and their relatives.
Head of Rehabilitation Unit
Based on our experience, AI is the most efficient tool for monitoring the dynamics of patient's daily activity and quality of care. We use the data to oversee staff performance as well as to improve patient recovery plan.
Director of Digital Transformation
The European Medical Center (EMC) is actively developing the digital ecosystem, and within the framework of compliance with JCI standards, it was the service from the Third Opinion AI company that was chosen for pilot implementation for productivity and efficiency compared to foreign analogues.
The technology has been successfully used in the operation of the hospital in Orlovsky Lane for more than a year. During this time, no patient falls were recorded.
It should be noted that an application was developed specifically for EMC, integrated into the wearable devices of nursing staff, which increased the responsiveness to the occurrence of undesirable events by 50%.