St. Joseph Health System Deploys Its Second Critical careTrends System From Sensitron
May 24, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health NewsSAN MATEO, CALIF. – May 24, 2007 Sensitron, Inc. has deployed its second commercial application of its Critical careTrends solution for St. Joseph Health System at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo, Calif.
Critical careTrends is an integral component of Sensitron’s strategy to expand its product offering. It has been integrated with GE’s Solar 8000 and 9500 ICU monitors, as well as with the Meditech Client/Server CIS system for the 43 beds in Mission Hospital’s Surgical and Cardiac Intensive Care Units.
“Quality of patient care is central to our success. I believe that the Critical careTrends system will improve the overall quality of patient care and nurse satisfaction in the ICU,” said Michelle Woodley RN, MSN, AVP Clinical Integration, St. Joseph Health System.
About Sensitron, Inc.
Sensitron, Inc., based in San Mateo, Calif., is an international wireless healthcare innovations company that has developed the Critical careTrends™ system. Sensitron also has a similar software called careTrends® for the med-surg units, which communicates vital signs and other data from wirelessly-enabled, legacy point-of-care medical devices at the patient bedside. Sensitron was founded in 1997, is a privately-held company and is expanding internationally via channel partners.
About St. Joseph Health System
SJHS is an integrated healthcare delivery system providing a broad range of medical and patient care services. The system is organized into three regions - Northern California, Southern California, and the Covenant Health System in West Texas/Eastern New Mexico - and consists of 14 acute care hospitals, as well as, home health agencies, hospice care, outpatient services, community clinics, and physician organizations.