SLXN Spacelabs is a two-way interface between Spacelabs patient monitors (which display the patient’s physiological data such as heart rate, blood pressure, pulse oximetry, etc.) and the patient’s medical record — Cerner Millennium. Added functionality through SLXN allows for a simplified admission and discharge process for nursing resulting in a reduction in potential patient-to-device association errors and increased efficiency. Nurses no longer have to associate devices in two places.
Rollout plans for MOI and WCH continue through early 2015.
The University of Missouri Health System and the Tiger Institute for Health Innovation are undergoing a transition from the MyApps program to Citrix Receiver for access to applications throughout the health system. The Missouri Orthopaedic Institute, MOI was our initial location to go live with the new technology and move 100% away from MyApps in December of 2014. The continued phased/targeted approach for converting to Citrix Receiver will continue on into 2015.
3M Chart Release is used by MU to meet request for information mandates in the health information management department (Medical Records). The previously used system was retired by the supplier.
On Nov. 2, Mitch Wasden, EdD, chief executive officer and chief operating officer of MU Health Care, presented at the Cerner Health Conference Sunday night general session to an audience of more than 5,700 attendees. He discussed why patients need to be at the center of everything we do and how the Tiger Institute for Health Innovation is helping MU Health Care in this critical component of patient engagement. Watch his presentation here and understand why this is so important for the future of health care and improving the health and care of patients across Missouri and ultimately everywhere.
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