Loma Linda University Medical Center Selects Nuvon for Medical Device Connectivity
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Nuvon, Inc. announced today that Loma Linda University Medical Center has selected Nuvon, Inc. (), an industry-leading patient care data integration solution, to provide medical device connectivity and interoperability as part of its migration to Epic’s electronic medical records system for three critical service units: the operating room (OR), the intensive care unit (ICU) and the Dialysis Center.
“Nuvon is honored to welcome Loma Linda University Medical Center to our growing group of visionary hospital systems committed to delivering the best possible patient care,” said Cathleen Asch, Nuvon Chief Executive Officer. “Our system delivers complete, rich, accurate real-time patient data to clinicians at any location, at all times, which enables hospitals to provide the highest level of patient care and patient safety available today and to confidently plan for easy, cost-effective connectivity for future growth and expansion.”
In choosing Nuvon for its medical device connectivity needs, Loma Linda University Medical Center joins leading care providers such as NorthShore University HealthSystem, Cleveland Clinic, , , Good Shepherd Medical Center, Temple University Health System, and Denver Health and Hospital Authority, among others, in empowering clinicians to make the best patient care decisions today. With Nuvon, these prestigious medical institutions have ready access to secure, real-time, synchronized patient data.
By adopting Nuvon for OR, ICU and dialysis, Loma Linda is not only solving its clinicians’ need for accurate, real-time data, but it is preparing itself for the future, from meeting all stages of meaningful use compliance to ensuring easy connectivity for expansions such as increasing bed capacity, adding more departments and expanding to other facility locations.
Nuvon is uniquely able to deliver fully integrated clinical mobility and positive patient association with its Nuvon Mobile Device Manager, a hand-held data capture device that enables wireless connectivity for currently unconnected devices and contains a built-in bar code reader that travels with medical devices for streamlined positive patient identification and care delivery.
Additional benefits of the Nuvon system include lowest overall cost of ownership because its single-system management controller does not require expensive add-ons as the hospital expands connectivity; maximum reliability with easy plug-and-play connectivity that connects devices of any make and brand, plus a dashboard that provides technicians with real-time monitoring and alerts so they can remotely address issues before the clinician realizes that a problem exists; and the highest level of patient data security and privacy with data encrypted from the point of capture.
. is dedicated to supporting medical device data mastery by simplifying the management of critical patient care data, providing timely medical device data to improve decision-making and patient safety, and enabling clinicians to focus on the care of their patients. Nuvon’s flexible, scalable, and configurable Nuvon System captures, displays, and transmits patient care data at the point of care, anywhere. The Nuvon System distributed network architecture gives caregivers access to data and devices in any location. Nuvon has an installed base of major institutions that recognize the value of Nuvon’s breakthrough approach and cost-effective platform for patient care data capture, transmission, and integration in complex healthcare environments. Nuvon’s open architecture system provides support for all industry standards. For more information visit Nuvon’s website: .
Loma Linda University Health System includes Loma Linda University Medical Center (LLUMC) and Children’s Hospital, LLUMC – East Campus, Behavioral Medicine Center, Heart and Surgical Hospital, LLUMC-Murrieta and physician clinics. LLUHS is widely respected as a health care leader and is known for its pioneering and cutting-edge work in such areas as organ transplants, proton treatment for cancers, cardiac care, physical rehabilitation, acute pediatric and adult care, as well as treatments for chemical dependence and other behavioral disorders. LLUMC is the only Level 1 trauma Center in the San Bernardino, Riverside, Inyo, and Mono counties, which covers over 40,000 square miles in Southern California. With a total of 974 beds, the Loma Linda University Health System includes the only children’s hospital in the region. Loma Linda University Medical Center sees over 30,000 inpatients and about 500,000 outpatient visits a year.