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iMDsoft to demonstrate SafeTrack mobile ‘track and trigger’ system at HIC

21 July 2016
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By Kate McDonald

Critical care solution specialist iMDsoft will demonstrate its new MetaVision SafeTrack 'track and trigger' electronic observations solution at the Health Informatics Conference (HIC) in Melbourne next week.

Launched in October last year, SafeTrack is designed to detect patient deterioration by collecting vital signs and nursing observations at the bedside and automatically calculating early warning scores, with alarms escalated to relevant clinicians.

It can be included as part of the MetaVision clinical information system or as a standalone product. MetaVision is currently being rolled out to all intensive care and high dependency units in NSW public hospitals as part of eHealth NSW's electronic record for intensive care (eRIC) program.

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