Smart Infusion Pump Safety
Smart infusion pumps provide a rich data source that can be leveraged to prevent medication errors. However, complex vendor tools and limited resources make accessing and analyzing this data both time-consuming and challenging. As a result, the data these devices produce is one of the most underutilized assets in the hospital.
Bainbridge Health’s Med O.S.® platform automates the labor-intensive process of analyzing smart infusion pump data and unlocks valuable insights not available through most device vendor tools. Combined with network benchmarking data, our clinical and data teams deliver turn-key insights to help transform data into actionable clinical interventions.
Internal Pump Management
Many health systems have done the hard work of implementing Dose Errors Reduction Software. However, it becomes challenging to continuously monitor and push changes as drug libraries grow and practice evolves. This is compounded by limited evidence-based resources to support best practice for decision support.
Using the Med.O.S.® technology, our team of clinical subject matter experts and data scientists are focused exclusively on helping you both manage and optimize clinical decision support to improve medication safety. Partnering with Bainbridge Health brings together lessons from over 150 sites of care to help inform and share best-practice when making decisions about smart infusion pump management.
Infusion Pump Safety Resources
Insights & Interventions
The following use cases highlight how Bainbridge Health has driven value for adult and pediatric hospitals across our network.
While DERS compliance is an important safety metric, it is just the first step. Continuous monitoring to identify and correct clinically-irrelevant decision support alerting is essential for nursing workflow, as well as improving DERS compliance, limiting overrides and—ultimately—preventing medication errors.
Inappropriate overrides of clinical decision support are associated with a 6x greater likelihood of patient harm. However, overrides remain the most common response to clinical decision support alerts. In fact, over 70% of clinical decision support alerts are overridden. Obtaining a granular understanding of overrides to determine their appropriateness is a key component of quality improvement to reduce smart infusion pump errors.
Hard Stops & Basic Infusions
Drug Library Compliance
Smart Infusion Pump - Electronic Health Record Interoperability
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