Bengaluru: Ramaiah Memorial Hospital has entered into a partnership with Dozee to implement continuous patient monitoring in the super speciality, broad speciality, and multispeciality wards.
The ward beds in Ramaiah Memorial Hospital will now be upgraded to Dozee-connected beds powered with contactless and continuous vitals monitoring, and an early warning alert system.
Dozee’s solution is cloud-enabled and comes with a central and remote patient monitoring capability that empowers healthcare providers to monitor the patient more effectively and provide timely medical interventions for improved patient safety and clinical outcomes.
Dozee uses AI-powered Ballistocardiography (BCG) for contactless vitals monitoring, which has a clinically proven accuracy of 98.4 per cent. Continuous vital monitoring significantly impacts patient safety, clinical outcome, and operational efficiency.
Dr K.C Gurudev, President, Ramaiah Memorial Hospital, commenting on the hospital’s resolution to adopt this connected care system for contactless remote monitoring of patients, said, “In this age of technology, it is imperative that we must keep upgrading and preparing ourselves with resources and equipment that will enable us to take care of our patients better. Through Dozee, we hope to aid our highly skilled healthcare workforce in averting crisis situations and improving the quality of care our patients receive.”
Mudit Dandwate, CEO and Co-founder, Dozee, concluded “We aim to leverage technology to further enhance patient safety, improve clinical outcomes and nursing efficiency. Adoption of continuous ward monitoring and Early Warning Systems is the key to delivering quality healthcare at scale.”