Sensitron Deploys Critical careTrends System for Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC)
September 17, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health NewsSAN MATEO, CALIF. – September 17, 2007 Sensitron, Inc. has deployed its Critical careTrends solution for Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) at Mission in Mission Viejo, CA. For this deployment, Critical careTrends has been integrated with Philip’s Intellivue monitors, as well as with the Meditech Client/Server CIS system for 24 beds in CHOC at Mission’s neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and pediatric (PICU) Intensive Care Unit.
“Quality of patient care is central to our success. I am confident that the Critical careTrends system will greatly improve the overall quality of patient care and nurse satisfaction in the NICU and PICU. It will also empower clinicians with immediate access to complete and reliable vital sign data, which also becomes part of our patients’ permanent Electronic Medical Record,” said Michelle Krogstad, Project Manager at CHOC.
About Sensitron, Inc. (www.sensitron.net)
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 Children’s Hospital of Orange County (www.choc.org)
Since opening our doors in 1964, Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) has provided the highest quality medical care to children. Our regional health system includes a state-of-the-art main hospital facility in the City of Orange, a hospital-within-a-hospital in Mission Viejo, and five community clinics — plus over 100 additional programs and services. With admissions growing by 90% over the last eight years, CHOC and CHOC at Mission combined rank as the 15th busiest children’s hospital in the country.