Toronto’s Mount Sinai Hospital had an all-too-common problem: patient data was scattered among multiple clinical information systems, each of which had to be accessed independently. Communication was challenging as well, with paper notes, pagers, email, nurse call, and wireless all being used to share patient information between care team members.
VitalHub was developed to solve these problems. It collects data from multiple clinical information systems and presents it in a single, integrated view of the patient. Information can be accessed quickly and shared easily and securely on a mobile device or web browser.
This innovation in patient information management was developed with input from clinicians, administrators and IT experts at Mount Sinai Hospital. VitalHub now brings this capability to all hospitals, enabling you to leverage your existing clinical systems and infrastructures, and eliminating the need for costly new software deployments and training.