06.04 Administrative information systems / software
Administrative information systems / software
06 Information and communication technology
06.05 Medical information systems / software
Medical information systems / software
Product category: IT infrastructure / computer hardware / mHealth
The OBIX Perinatal Data System provides labor and delivery units of all sizes distinguished surveillance and archiving capabilities. The system helps to meet current industry standards and reduce the risk of lost fetal monitoring strips. The system’s enterprise capabilities enable perinatal data access across facilities and provides rich integration to EHR’s. The OBIX system’s design facilitates both scalability and expansion. The system can be site-configured to meet OB departments’ specific requirements and easily expanded as needed.
Solutions include software modules, implementation and installation, interfaces, and system education- all in a single vendor purchase. Ideally designed for interfacing to departmental systems, hospital-wide charting solutions, and electronic medical record repositories (document management system or image archiving system). System functionality at patient bedside, nurses’ stations, manager offices, remote physician offices, and clinics.
The OBIX® Perinatal Data System is a comprehensive, computerized system for central, bedside, and remote electronic fetal monitoring. It includes archiving, point-of-care charting, single-click management reports, and Internet-based physician access. The OBIX system offers enterprise-wide perinatal data access by interfacing with other hospital systems, enterprise-wide charting solutions, and document repositories. OBIX’s exclusive E-Tools for EFM assessment provide decision support that helps clinicians improve their practice & promote patient safety in EFM. Clinical Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI) is continually looking to improve our product in the healthcare market. We are committed to the development of the OBIX system based upon solutions that incorporate changes in technology, regulations, and are consistent with standards in the obstetrical department to support hospitals’ strategic initiatives.