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GE’s healthymagination initiative lead Smart Patient Room to improve patient safety goes live at Bassett Medical Center
GE Healthcare announced that the Smart Patient Room pilot at Bassett Medical Center has been approved by the site’s Institutional Review Board to begin data collection. The innovative technology solution was installed as part of GE’s healthymagination initiative with the goal of helping healthcare providers to reduce patient safety risks and improve patient outcomes.
“GE is developing a unique solution for the healthcare industry that helps hospitals and staff identify and mitigate patient safety risks while offering meaningful solutions to improve patient outcomes,” said Jan De Witte, President & CEO, GE Healthcare Performance Solutions. “GE’s real-time, adaptable solution will provide actionable data to healthcare providers regarding patient safety and potential medical errors which in turn will affect the necessary behavioral changes to avoid preventable errors.”
The Smart Patient Room can collect real-time information from the system to generate actionable data to manage clinical workflow, and uncover opportunities for influencing process and behavioral changes to create a safer patient environment.
developers at Mount Sinai develop a New database and software, called ChEA which can speed up drug discovery at Mount Sinai develop a New database and software, called ChEA which can speed up drug discovery
The ChEA software and ChIP-X database is freely available online at:http://amp.pharm.mssm.edu/lib/chea.jsp.
until ChEA was developed, no centralized database integrated results from, for instance, ChIP-seq and ChIP-chip experiments (these are used to identify how “transcription factor” proteins might regulate all genes in humans and mice). Now this new computational method should help streamline how scientists analyze these gene expression experiments
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