Acute care patient management solutions
Acute care teams depend on actionable patient data to fine-tune treatment decisions. When that data is unavailable or unclear, patient clinical outcomes are at risk. Acute patient management from Philips, provides continuous clinical surveillance, advanced interoperability, and predictive insights.
These systems improve connectivity, allowing healthcare teams to collaborate across care settings, identify insights or indicators that could impact treatment decisions and, limit communication gaps between teams. Through the integration of these systems, healthcare teams have seen a 63% reduction in patient transfers to the ICU*.
The general care floor encompasses a wide range of patients with varying conditions and needs. Sicker patients, unexpected clinical deterioration and lower nurse-to-patient ratios put increased stress on healthcare teams. Tailored to the organizations needs and goals, Philips’ General Ward Solutions, including, patient monitors, and event notification systems help identify potential patient deterioration, so that care teams can respond faster.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, rapid acute care was vital, but even in today’s healthcare environment, it’s essential for hospital systems to effectively extend resources, expertise, and actionable data wherever care is needed. The Philips eICU enables clinicians to interact with staff at the bedside and consult on individual care – even from an offsite location. This means one centralized specialized critical care team can manage a large number of ICU locations, and exchange health information electronically, in real time.
The Philips’ suite of connected care solutions will deliver precision, accuracy, and quality to help healthcare organizations in Kuwait shift care from the hospital to the home. And with BSBC’s wide knowledge of the market, efficient service organization and close collaboration with key decision makers, Philips is convinced it has found the perfect partner to deliver its robust portfolio of connected care solutions in the Kuwaiti market.