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Clinical Conversations in Continuous Monitoring

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In this series, EarlySense CMO Dr. Michael DeVita takes a closer look at the importance of continuous monitoring with an array of guest speakers.

Latest Episodes

The Past, Present & Future of Medical Technology

How is medical technology like contact-free patient monitoring changing the way that hospitals approach patient care and staff management, and how are those trends likely to continue evolving in the years to come? That was the topic of a recent conversation between Elaine Bridge — a seasoned clinician and nurse leader who’s pioneered the adoption of medical tech at Massachusetts’ Newton-Wellesley Hospital, among other achievements — and Tim O’Malley, President and Chief Growth Officer at EarlyS

51 MINFEB 7
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The Past, Present & Future of Medical Technology

A Brief History of Rapid Response Emergency Systems

In this podcast from EarlySense, Dr. Michael DeVita and Dr. Ken Hillman, two pioneers in the development of rapid response systems (RRS), discuss the revelations that led to their individual efforts to develop RRS, and the challenges they faced implementing rapid response in hospitals that were less than receptive to their calls for change.

46 MIN2019 NOV 15
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A Brief History of Rapid Response Emergency Systems

Distress is in the Eye of the Beholder

Michael DeVita, former president of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare and Chief Medical Officer of EarlySense, joins Dan Raemer & Janice Palaganas of the Center for MedicalSimulation on their podcast, DJ Simulationistas, to talk about his development of the "rapid response" team with the goal of preventing cardiac arrest rather than just responding to it, as well as surprising results from virtual gaming that can improve code response performance.

39 MIN2019 JUN 28
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Distress is in the Eye of the Beholder

Early Detection is Essential to Saving Lives

In part two of this discussion on sepsis, Dr. Michael DeVita, Sue and Jay Stull, and Thomas Heymann, discuss the importance of protocols and strong leadership, their thoughts on what can improve outcomes, research currently being conducted on the treatment of sepsis, and end with what gives each of them hope for the future of sepsis.

18 MIN2018 DEC 12
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Early Detection is Essential to Saving Lives

The S Word.... Sepsis

In part one of a two part episode on sepsis, Dr. Michael DeVita, a critical care physician and Chief Medical Officer of EarlySense, is joined by Sue and Jay Stull, (Team Sue) sepsis advocates, and Thomas Heymann, President and Executive Director of the Sepsis Alliance. Jay and Sue share their story, Jay and Thomas share statistics surrounding sepsis, Dr. DeVita dives deeper into what sepsis is, and the group discusses what needs to be done in the future.

37 MIN2018 DEC 12
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The S Word.... Sepsis

Cultural Barriers Against Continuous Monitoring

In the second episode of Clinical Conversations in Continuous Monitoring,Dr. Michael DeVita, a critical care physician and Chief Medical Officer of EarlySense, is joined by Dr. Frank Overdyk, an anesthesiologist affiliated with multiple hospitals in South Carolina and sits on the board of advisors for the Physcian-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety, discuss Failure to Rescue and why continuous monitoring has not yet become a standard of care.

52 MIN2018 JUN 26
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Cultural Barriers Against Continuous Monitoring

The Importance of Continuous Monitoring

In the first episode of a new series, Dr. Michael DeVita, Chief Medical Officer of EarlySense, is joined by Ms. Helen Haskell, founder of Mothers Against Medical Error, for a one-on-one conversation about the the importance of continuous monitoring.

37 MIN2018 MAR 8
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The Importance of Continuous Monitoring
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Latest Episodes

The Past, Present & Future of Medical Technology

How is medical technology like contact-free patient monitoring changing the way that hospitals approach patient care and staff management, and how are those trends likely to continue evolving in the years to come? That was the topic of a recent conversation between Elaine Bridge — a seasoned clinician and nurse leader who’s pioneered the adoption of medical tech at Massachusetts’ Newton-Wellesley Hospital, among other achievements — and Tim O’Malley, President and Chief Growth Officer at EarlyS

51 MINFEB 7
Comments
The Past, Present & Future of Medical Technology

A Brief History of Rapid Response Emergency Systems

In this podcast from EarlySense, Dr. Michael DeVita and Dr. Ken Hillman, two pioneers in the development of rapid response systems (RRS), discuss the revelations that led to their individual efforts to develop RRS, and the challenges they faced implementing rapid response in hospitals that were less than receptive to their calls for change.

46 MIN2019 NOV 15
Comments
A Brief History of Rapid Response Emergency Systems

Distress is in the Eye of the Beholder

Michael DeVita, former president of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare and Chief Medical Officer of EarlySense, joins Dan Raemer & Janice Palaganas of the Center for MedicalSimulation on their podcast, DJ Simulationistas, to talk about his development of the "rapid response" team with the goal of preventing cardiac arrest rather than just responding to it, as well as surprising results from virtual gaming that can improve code response performance.

39 MIN2019 JUN 28
Comments
Distress is in the Eye of the Beholder

Early Detection is Essential to Saving Lives

In part two of this discussion on sepsis, Dr. Michael DeVita, Sue and Jay Stull, and Thomas Heymann, discuss the importance of protocols and strong leadership, their thoughts on what can improve outcomes, research currently being conducted on the treatment of sepsis, and end with what gives each of them hope for the future of sepsis.

18 MIN2018 DEC 12
Comments
Early Detection is Essential to Saving Lives

The S Word.... Sepsis

In part one of a two part episode on sepsis, Dr. Michael DeVita, a critical care physician and Chief Medical Officer of EarlySense, is joined by Sue and Jay Stull, (Team Sue) sepsis advocates, and Thomas Heymann, President and Executive Director of the Sepsis Alliance. Jay and Sue share their story, Jay and Thomas share statistics surrounding sepsis, Dr. DeVita dives deeper into what sepsis is, and the group discusses what needs to be done in the future.

37 MIN2018 DEC 12
Comments
The S Word.... Sepsis

Cultural Barriers Against Continuous Monitoring

In the second episode of Clinical Conversations in Continuous Monitoring,Dr. Michael DeVita, a critical care physician and Chief Medical Officer of EarlySense, is joined by Dr. Frank Overdyk, an anesthesiologist affiliated with multiple hospitals in South Carolina and sits on the board of advisors for the Physcian-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety, discuss Failure to Rescue and why continuous monitoring has not yet become a standard of care.

52 MIN2018 JUN 26
Comments
Cultural Barriers Against Continuous Monitoring

The Importance of Continuous Monitoring

In the first episode of a new series, Dr. Michael DeVita, Chief Medical Officer of EarlySense, is joined by Ms. Helen Haskell, founder of Mothers Against Medical Error, for a one-on-one conversation about the the importance of continuous monitoring.

37 MIN2018 MAR 8
Comments
The Importance of Continuous Monitoring
the END
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