Jackie Drees –
Friday, September 18th, 2020
Chicago-based Rush University Health System signed a two-year arrangement with Leidos to deploy an emergency situation and develop department command center app, according to a Sept. 17 news release.
1. The app will offer real-time patient flow mapping and logic-enabled suggestions to enhance patient results throughout the health system.
2. The ED command center app uses tech that Leidos first introduced in support of military command centers; Rush ED personnel will use the command centers real-time control panels to handle patient flow by concern level.
3. The ED command center, which is developed on Leidos business app structure, collects data throughout a patients stay starting with triage. The app then recommends next actions and resources such as extra staff and screening and imaging.
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The ED command center, which is developed on Leidos enterprise app framework, collects data during a patients stay beginning with triage. The app then suggests next actions and resources such as extra personnel and testing and imaging.
” We are positive the combination of Rushs leading quality and lean style believing with the operational quality of Leidos will be transformational for emergency situation departments throughout the country at a time when operational performances and high quality, safe care are essential for continued success.”.