Spot trends.
Take action early.

In all echelons of military health care, responding quickly to subtle changes in your patient’s condition is a growing challenge.
 

Increasingly, large data sets are complex and hard to interpret. Comparing measurements can take time which may lead to complications.
 

Our clinical decision support (CDS) tools display clinical measurements visually so they’re easy to understand and interpret. They analyze trends over time and alert you before an adverse event. They give you information you need to make informed treatment decisions.
 

With clear information, you can start the best treatment quickly and give our service men and women the care they need for a fast recovery.


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Image showing the Horizon Trends screen view in a patient monitor.

See trends with one quick look

“The use of Horizon Trends helps us visually see how we are doing with IV medication titration in keeping our blood pressures at goal. It is nice being able to see trends with one quick look.”

 

- Tara Drew, RN and Jody Case, RN, Clinical Leaders at ICU Concord Hospital, Concord, NH  

 

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Clinician pointing to a monitor to get clinical decision support.

Start sepsis treatment earlier  

“Over the first six hours after the onset of recurrent or persistent hypotension, each hour of delay in initiation of antimicrobial therapy was associated with mean decrease in survival of 7.6%.”

 

- Kumar A, Roberts D, Wood KE et al. in Critical Care Medicine

 

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Increase survival of RRT calls

Researchers found that adding an automated Early Warning Scoring (EWS) system to a hospital's exisiting protocol was associated with a 6.3% increase in survival rate at the end of a rapid response team (RRT) call.

 

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