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Successful first stage of major rollout
The University Hospital of Rennes has successfully commenced deployment of MetaVision. After six months of production use in the pediatric resuscitation department, CHU Rennes sees the benefits of the MetaVision software package in terms of quality of care and patient follow-up, and has continued its deployment in the neonatal resuscitation unit.
The University Hospital of Rennes will implement MetaVision in its pediatric, neonatal, and adult ICUs, a total of over one hundred and thirty beds. A center of excellence in the Brittany region, UHR has 4 sites and more than 1,800 beds. The hospital treats half a million patients annually and remains a benchmark in health research, with over a thousand clinical studies in 2016.
Rennes is the third hospital to have chosen MetaVision through a framework agreement with UniHA, a leading French public sector purchasing group. Centre Hospitalier Libourne (25 adult ICU beds already live) and CHU de Poitiers (88 beds currently in implementation) are the other two hospitals involved in the agreement: they plan to implement MetaVision in a total of some one hundred and twenty ICU beds. This means that some two hundred and fifty critical care beds across the three institutions will be using MetaVision.
MetaVision is live in cardiologic ICU and IMC wards with a total of 26 beds.
iMDsoft’s flagship system will eventually be online throughout the hospital’s acute care environment.
The roll out of a total of 98 OR beds and 30 PACU beds took place through early July. The hospital had previously implemented MetaVision on eight OR beds, five PACU beds, and in its pre-op department.
Helse Sør-Øst (The South-Eastern Norway Regional Health Authority) has signed an agreement to implement MetaVision as a hospital-wide solution throughout the region, which comprises 15 health trusts.
This is a multi-year agreement which will bring significant improvements to hospital workflows, and allow for a region-wide standardized approach.
With some 70,000 employees, Helse Sør-Øst is Norway’s largest employer, and offers health services to over half of the Norwegian population.
The hospital was the first German site to adopt MetaVision, over a decade ago, and continues to demonstrate its confidence in and satisfactionwith MetaVision.
This new hospital is using the system in over 100 beds, in their ICU, NICU, PICU, OR, PACU, and IVF rooms.
Krankenhaus St. Raphael Ostercappeln is already using MetaVision in their OR. Two hospitals from Niels-Stensen-Kliniken have jointly customised their database to include both OR and ICUs departments' workflows, with a third hospital slated to join at a later stage. The advantages of this shared database include centralised management and customisation, protocol enforcement and having one system for staff who move across hospitals.
This milestone is part of a larger project at St. Franziskus Stiftung, a foundation using MetaVision in four of its fifteen hospitals. These four hospitals are using one database that can be localised per site but is managed centrally from one location, lowering total cost of ownership.
The hospital has successfully upgraded all their ICUs and ORs to the latest version of the system.
The MetaVision PDMS is being implemented across all the intensive care units and high dependency units. In parallel, MetaVision SafeTrack, our mobile electronic observation system, is being rolled across all general wards. UHS will benefit from having a single patient observation record across all clinical areas, ensuring a complete continuum of care hospital-wide.Read More