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Overview 

Directly import patient vitals into VistA/CPRS via patient monitor in...Real Time.

Highlights

Patient qualifiers are then entered into the VistA Vitals Package. 
Simply click "OK" to enter the vitals into the VistA Vitals Package. 


 

 

Key Features

RTV Vitals Capture Process

Automatically retrieve the Patient Identifiers by scanning the patient's wrist band using a bar code scanner. 
As the patient's vitals are read from the monitor, a simple click allows RTV to capture the data. 
Patient qualifiers are then entered into the VistA Vitals Package. 
Simply click "OK" to enter the vitals into the VistA Vitals Package. 
System Records

Blood Pressure 
SpO2 % 
pulse 
temperature 
pain scale 
respiration 
RTV Benefits

Real-Time Patient Safety 
Accurate patient information is immediately viewable to clinicians in CPRS 
Real-Time Documentation Accuracy 
Patient vitals are placed directly into CPRS from RTV; ensuring data integrity 
Reduce or eliminate the possibility of improperly transcribing data. 
Accurately time stamp data. 
Save Personnel Time 
Immediate data capture and recording. 
Completely eliminate data transcription. 
Reduce personnel costs.

Delphi is a trademark of Borland International, Inc.

Additional Information

 

Developer Information

Developer: DSS, Inc.

Website: www.dssinc.com

Phone: 561.284.7000

Email: info@dssinc.com

More Information

 

For more information please contact the Extension Developer

 



 

 

 

 

 

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