Fewer complications & adverse drug events
Reduce administrative burden
Accurate documentation & automated coding
Enforce clinical best practices & protocols
Meet national standards & track performance
Rich data source for clinical studies
Enhance patient care with smart notifications about changes in patient status. Identify patient deterioration and risk for conditions such as sepsis and hyperglycaemia.
Improve compliance with reminders about quality-related actions.
Increase financial benefits with prompts about missing billing information and about alternative, less expensive medication options.
Get a single patient record across the continuum of care: ICUs, pre-op units, ORs, recovery units and general floors. One patient, one flow sheet – easily access all the necessary information throughout the entire hospital stay. Data continuity means fewer errors during transfer, smoother handovers, and carrying over of orders from one department to the next.
Streamline data collection and export for ANZICS. Meet National Safety and Quality Health Service standards. Use MetaVision’s embedded tools to handle issues such as medication safety, clinical handovers, preventing healthcare associated infections and recognising patient deterioration. Easily extract the data required for reporting.
Easily define and run sophisticated queries on the entire MetaVision patient database. Identify suitable candidates for clinical trials. Extract data for advanced research studies on topics like clinical trends, cost analysis and quality measurements.
We can adapt the system to reflect the way you work. From drug ingredients to procedure-specific layouts – system configuration is fast and easy. Need to make a change for the whole unit? Just for your workflow? Easily incorporate new processes at any point without additional development, reducing your total cost of ownership.
Our platform integrates seamlessly with all major Hospital Information Systems (HIS): ADT, Labs, CPOE, drug cabinets, archive, billing, scheduling, PACS, LDAP, coding and more.
We have drivers for over 250 medical devices, with the option of developing additional drivers available upon request.
We support standard medical protocols
A panoramic overview of all your patients makes rounds faster and more effective. See key multi-patient information at a glance, including vital signs, lab results and reminders for pending medications and tasks. Quickly identify which patients need attention first. Easily document care plans throughout rounds.
MetaVision draws data from medical devices and hospital information systems every minute, and presents it as actionable information. The system helps assess patient progress by automatically performing calculations such as clinical scores and patient fluid balance.
Easily navigate between individual patient records. Get a complete view of patients’ infections, with data from running lines, antibiotics as well as labs and microbiology results. Powerful decision support tools constantly scan the patient record and send timely notifications of changes in patient status or the need to adhere to protocols.
MetaVision offers advanced electronic medication management and supports the documentation of nursing tasks. The system enforces the use of hospital preferred drugs, helping control medication costs. When prescribing, the system simulates the expected impact on the patient, highlighting allergies, out of range medication doses, and other patient safety issues. Reminders are issued for on-time administration of fluid and medications. Nurses and Pharmacy can then easily document the prepared orders in MetaVision. When administering medication, barcode scanning and safety checks ensure that all information is correct.
Easily document observations and shift summaries with dedicated notes, forms and reports that are automatically populated with data from the patient flow sheet. Improve communication with your colleagues via secure messaging. Caregivers from outside the ICU such as physiotherapists, infection management, dieticians, and the pain team can all access records of patients under their care.
Reports are automatically populated with information captured during the patient’s stay. Mandatory fields help enforce completion of data required for billing or other governmental or regulatory purposes.
MetaVision supports an “ICU without boundaries” philosophy. Beyond the ICU, liaison outreach medical and nursing teams can accept referrals and perform assessments on patients on the go using tablets.
MetaVision provides a continuous record for general wards and offers tools for monitoring high acuity patients in lower acuity environments. Advanced rule-based alerts help rapid response teams identify patient deterioration and prevent costly complications and readmission to the ICU.
We support the unique workflows of high-need, data-rich neonatal ICUs
MetaVision helped Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois reduce malnutrition in their NICU. Find out how
We support the unique workflows of high-need, data-rich paediatric ICUs
MetaVision helped Schneider Children’s Medical Center reduce potential adverse drug events in their PICU.
Find out how
Improve patient safety with verification at every stage of the medication cycle: ordering, preparation, and administration. Prescribing is easier due to synchronisation with third-party drug libraries. Confirm that all medication information is correct using barcode scanning. Control drug costs by ensuring the use of hospital preferred products.
Length of stay reduced by 20% at Paul Brousse HospitalJune 2014 | Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing Read More
MetaVision well-received by nurses at Macquarie University Hospital’s ICUMay 2013 | Australian Critical Care Read More
MetaVision helps reduce hypoglycaemia and malnutrition in ICUsMarch 2011 | Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metaboli Read More
Study shows 31% reduced mortality rate using MetaVisionApril 2010 | Archives of Internal Medicine Read More
MetaVision CPOE significantly reduces prescribing errors and increases safety in the ICU at Papworth Hospital, UKAnesthesia | January 2010 Read More