Patient Safety Strategies, QA and QI

Supporting Best Practice and Evidence Based Medicine

Quantum Informatics revolutionizes patient clinician connectivity in the I.C.U. and O.R. settings. Seamless integration of “multiple information feeds” connecting physicians with patients helps support patient care.

The concept of a Patient Safety Strategy (PSS) is a significant new development within the Quantum Informatics Technology. Central to the PSS philosophy is its ability to support the physician deployment of clinical best practice directly to the patient.  

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Best Practice Strategies

A range of Best Practices strategies can be developed by the clinical team to support a range of clinical settings including I.C.U.s and the O.R. Additionally Best Practice strategies can be developed for various Patient Populations and Clinical Procedures.  A Profile is the name given to a specific configuration of a best practice and a profile can be assigned to an individual patient when it is deemed necessary using the Command Center (central viewing system) or at the bedside when a Quantum Workstation is being used.

Best Practice Violations & Ongoing Compliance

Compliance reporting systems combined with various Best Practice and Evidenced Based Protocol Apps provide a flexible approach to the consistent delivery of quality and safe patient care. The functionality of the Quantum Informatics technology ensures that clinicians are made aware of best practice violations. Intra-case compliance tools ensure that non-compliance data can be reviewed during clinically relevant time periods, such as change of shift or following clinical interventions.

Comprehensive Data & Compliance Analytics

The use of analytics is an essential element to the QA, QI improvement process and wholly dependent on having access to clinical data across large patient populations.

The Quantum Informatics technology facilitates the continuous transfer of clinical interventions and diagnostic data to the VISON server SQL database.

In the first instance it is essential that department heads and administrators have access to tools to gauge compliance to the currently deployed Best Practice initiatives.

The analysis of overall compliance is in fact a “data calibration process” to determine the usefulness and value of the collected clinical data. Spectrum Medical provides a range of tools that allow compliance to be measured by Hospital, Department, Procedure and individual Best Practice Protocols.

Finally calibrated data can be used to analyse outcomes and trends for an individual patient or patient population. The output from such a process could lead to the modification of existing, or the addition of new Clinical Best Practices and Evidence Based initiatives.