Dr. James Woodson, MD, FACEP, Founder and CEO of Pulsara, will present the session 'Enabling Networked, Scalable Communication: How to Leverage Innovations in Mobile Technology to Enhance the Quality of Care,' on June 24th at 15:55 during the Arab Health Conference.
Session Synopsis: Today, if you need a new home appliance, office supplies, or ... pretty much anything else, you simply pull out your smartphone, and with a couple of taps on your Amazon app, you can rest assured it'll be at your doorstep in just a few days. Through networked communication, the dispersed teams, including the supplier, the warehouse, your bank, and the delivery service, are all seamlessly connected to accomplish a common goal. In fact, everywhere you turn today, networked communication is being leveraged to solve what used to be complex problems. Unfortunately, healthcare has historically been the exception. How can we apply the networked communication concept for better patient care? How do we apply it to individual patients? What about our ever-changing teams and the complex and unpredictable environments that are inherent to healthcare? Learn the answers to these questions and more in our session.
Fully committed to delivering the best possible event to the healthcare community once again, Arab Health is all set to unite the global healthcare industry at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
From state-of-the-art imaging equipment to the most cost-effective disposables; developments in surgery to advances in prosthetics, Arab Health continues to be at the heart of healthcare in the Middle East.
Arab Health will be organised in accordance with Informa’s AllSecure health and safety standard. As the world’s leading events organiser, Informa has developed a detailed set of enhanced measures to provide the highest levels of hygiene and safety at its events, providing everyone with reassurance and confidence they are participating in a safe and controlled environment.
Min. reduction in DTD Times for stroke patients.
improvement in cases meeting < 90-minute D2B goal for heart attacks.
Real-Time Team Communication Platform
Visit booth H1.D14 in the USA Pavilion during the conference. Pulsara Founder and CEO Dr. James Woodson, Pulsara EVP Global Business and COO Cynthia Bradford Lencioni, Regional Director - EMEA, Lukas Busek, and Regional Director - APAC, Michael Drummond will be heading to Dubai for the conference and can't wait to talk to you about how Pulsara can help your teams provide faster care through simplified communication.
Any time I call a CS team member they go above my expectations. They are quick to respond and so helpful. When I ask for something new to be added or implemented they are finished doing it before I can even get to it on my end. I also like how they can do webinars and screenshots for ease of understanding. I love working with them!
The Pulsara app has allowed for immediate notification of an incoming stroke patient. This allows me and my team to plan accordingly with staffing the angio suite, etc. ultimately speeding time to treatment.
We have utilized Pulsara for STEMI for many years and recently have made the transition to utilizing it for our on-call Surgery team, Stroke, and Trauma. The Pulsara CS team especially Brittney Nelson and Shane Elmore made this transition seamless. They are both easy to work with and answer questions immediately and are always happy to assist. Other products we utilize for various things their CS teams are not as readily available and do not answer questions in a timely manner, we are thankful for our great relationship with Pulsara!
With Pulsara, EMS activates [the stroke team via Pulsara] and we have the entire team ready in the ER, we have all the information we need. We just scan the patient and make a decision. We can tell a lot from the app: if they’re an IV tPA candidate or if we can cancel the stroke early, for example, if the patient resolves en-route to the hospital.
Recently, one of our STEMI patients was treated with targeted temperature management (TTM). It was my first TTM case using Pulsara, and I was able to analyze all the activity and create our TTM team from home! It was a very easy process, and all the moving parts and team members were on the same page QUICKLY. Our patient started having purposeful movement and was extubated shortly after.
Pulsara gave us the opportunity to see where our downfalls were and provide quality improvement to actually address the issues that were there.
Revolutionizing patient care, especially during times of pandemic, is never an easy feat. Visit the link below to learn how Latrobe Regional Hospital and Ambulance Victoria leveraged networked communications to improve patient care, treatment times, and synchronize communications across a region.