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Simplify complex medical care for healthcare providers
Eliminate doubt. Ensure success. Sustain performance.
Affects 550,000 each year in U.S. and only 10.6% survive.
Our Code Blue solution augments decision making with simple, intuitive prompts to keep the team focused on life-saving patient care.
Takes 270,000 lives each year in the U.S., and mortality increases by 8% each hour that treatment is delayed.
Our solution identifies sepsis faster to help clinicians start the right treatment sooner.
Impacts 795,000 people in the U.S. resulting in 140,000 deaths annually.
Our solution assesses the need for tPA to preserve brain function and tracks the time windows for treatment options.
Using Redivus Health leads to better patient outcomes and improved hospital performance.
more sepsis cases identified
Our customers identify significantly more sepsis patients. One health system transfer team identified 200 more sepsis cases in just 6 months.
increase in compliance
Evidence-based guidance improves consistency and reliability. In cardiac arrest simulations, teams using Redivus show a 45% improvement in compliance.
reduction in mortality
Better Patient Outcomes
Clinical decision support decreases variation in care and improves patient safety. One hospital reduced sepsis mortality by 30%.
Automating documentation delivers 100% accurate record keeping while saving time and reducing workload for clinicians.
Redivus Health In Action
Designed by clinicians to fit into your workflow
Linda, a 50-year woman, feels sick and confused and decides to visit the emergency room. Upon arrival, the triage nurse collects vital signs and starts a sepsis screen using Redivus. The screen indicates that Linda may have sepsis. (Vitals: BP=82/60, Temp=101, Resp=25, HR=110)
Team Collaboration & Sharing
The triage nurse transfers the results of the Redivus sepsis screen to the ER nurse and doctor. The ER team receives a notification that Linda’s sepsis event has been transferred to them. After viewing Linda’s screen results, the ER team orders labs to test for an infection. Results of the labs show that Linda has a urinary tract infection.
Universal Clock / Treatment Plan
ER nurse is prompted that Linda’s test results reveal the Severe Sepsis diagnosis. Redivus establishes Time Zero and starts a timer for the 3-hour bundle. Doctor and nurses collaborate to start life-saving treatments.
Linda receives orders to be moved to the ICU. The ER nurse uses Redivus to share the patient event with the ICU team allowing them to view all treatment actions. Redivus notifies the ICU doctor and nurse of one more task for the 3-hour sepsis bundle and a follow-up lab that needs to be re-drawn. (ER team collaborating with ICU team; 3-hr bundle notification)
Seamless EMR Integration
As the ICU team provides treatments for Severe Sepsis, Redivus documents each step and updates the patient’s record in the EHR. With an accurate diagnosis and quick treatment, the patient recovers.
The Hospital Quality Leader reviews the Redivus dashboard from their desktop to review all active sepsis patients. The dashboard tracks performance against key quality measures and helps identify clinical insights.
"Prior to 2017, we lacked the proper sepsis screening tool as well as the ability to identify and document what we were finding. Redivus changed all that."
Chief Nursing Officer, Sheridan County Health Complex
"Quick identification of sepsis is a challenge to even the most experienced clinician. This tool quantifies the patient’s presentation, raises the possibility of sepsis, and can help drive a quick, coordinated response."
Vice President of Quality and Patient Safety, Saint Luke’s Health System
"We looked at the patient care aspect of earlier sepsis detection, including reduced days in the hospital, and it more than compensates for the financial investment in Redivus."
Chief Financial Officer, Sheridan County Health Complex
Empowering clinicians with evidence-based guidance at the point of care.
Supports decision-making when every second counts. Reduces stress and increases confidence in diagnosis and treatment.
Intelligent design that fits into existing processes. Automated documentation with 100% accuracy.
Improves communication and teamwork.
Raising the bar on quality with standardized treatment protocols and continuous improvement.
High Quality of Care
Clinical decision support reduces care variation with 100% compliance and documentation accuracy.
Measuring and tracking results leads to better analysis. Dashboards provides insight into trends and data visualization.
Improving performance to build a patient-focused, high reliability health care organization.
Improved documentation means better coding and billing accuracy.
Decision support for staff means better outcomes for patients.
Evidence-based clinical decision support reduces risk of medical errors and improves patient safety.
Redivus Health supports clinical decision making in the most time‑sensitive, life-threatening cases.
Accessible on any device, any time it’s needed.
Improve quality and standardize care with intuitive, step-by-step direction.
Timers act as a single source of truth for you and your team to deliver care on time.
Notifications & Reminders
Manage time-critical interventions and keep team members informed with push notifications and in-app alerts.
Improve patient handoffs and continuity for your sickest patients by sharing or transferring events.
Automated record-keeping and integration with your EHR improves documentation accuracy and maintains workflow efficiency.
Real-time dashboards help coordinate care and proactively manage quality improvement.
"I’m to the point where I don’t want to be without this app for Code Blue or stroke. It’s an essential tool."
Dr. Marc Scarborough
CMIO, LMH Health
"We selected Redivus to meet our goal of improving patient care across the continuum."
VP of Patient Care and Chief Nursing Officer, HaysMed
"When you have defined, replicable processes in a clinical decision tool that removes the element of human error, it’s only going to improve outcomes."
President/CEO, Kansas Foundation for Medical Care
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