Nuvon Announces Two New Clinical User-focused Products at HIMSS

Industry Leader Nuvon Goes Beyond Medical Device Connectivity to Deliver Medical Device Data Mastery Throughout the Healthcare Ecosystem

LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Nuvon, Inc. (www.nuvon.com), today announced two new offerings that support medical device data mastery for healthcare, going beyond medical device connectivity to deliver the most important aspects of patient care data – accuracy, completeness, timeliness, synchronization, availability, security, and authentication.

“In today’s healthcare environments, it’s not enough just to have connectivity of medical devices,” said Cathleen Asch, Nuvon CEO. “Clinicians must have this data in usable, manageable form on whatever device and in whatever location they – or the patient – may be. Nuvon’s latest innovations accomplish this goal, advancing data collection and mastery to a new level in the dynamic healthcare delivery environment.”

The two new products are:

Nuvon Vitals, a clinical flow sheet that allows clinicians to have immediate access to a patient-centric view of aggregated patient care data on any web-enabled platform of their choice - workstation, tablet, smart phone, or similar device.

The Nuvon Mobile Device Manager, a smart phone-sized data capture device with a built-in bar code reader that travels with medical devices for streamlined positive patient identification and care delivery.

Both Nuvon Vitals and the Nuvon Mobile Device Manager will be demonstrated in Booth #12611 at HIMSS, as well as in the Interoperability Showcase.

Nuvon delivers powerful tools for clinicians that support ease of use and clinical workflow, while ensuring the right data on the right patient populates critical decision support programs. The Nuvon System is an industry-leading patient care data integration solution that manages thousands of device connections across multiple locations with the smart simplicity of a single Nuvon System Controller. The Nuvon System’s intelligent precision, streamlined simplicity, and unparalleled ease of use support the complex patient care data requirements of the evolving healthcare ecosystem, making Nuvon the most intelligent, cost-effective, scalable solution available.

“Demands for accurate and timely patient care data both inside and outside the hospital will grow exponentially over the next several years,” noted Asch. “Having timely access to accurate patient information is essential for making the right decision at the point of care. The Nuvon System closes the information gap by automatically capturing and integrating patient care data across thousands of devices regardless of their location within the health system.”

With timely and accurate patient data, clinicians have the freedom to focus on care. By replacing manual data entry and charting with precision automation, the potential for errors is substantially reduced, patient safety is improved, and better outcomes are produced. At the same time, care delivery is enhanced and cost reductions are supported.

Hospitals using the Nuvon System include the Cleveland Clinic, Rady Children’s Hospital – San Diego, Virtua, Good Shepherd Medical Center, Temple University Health System, Denver Health and Hospital Authority, and others.

About Nuvon:

Nuvon, Inc. is a privately held company dedicated to supporting medical device data mastery with the goal of simplifying the management of critical patient care data, enabling clinicians to focus on the care of their patients, and providing timely medical device data to improve decision-making and patient safety. Nuvon’s flexible, scalable, and configurable Nuvon System is designed to capture, display, and transmit patient care data at the point of care, anywhere. The Nuvon System distributed network architecture supports clinical mobility and mobile point of care, enabling caregiver access to data and devices in any location. Nuvon has an installed base of major institutions that have recognized the value of Nuvon’s breakthrough approach to defining and implementing a 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: www.nuvon.com.



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