Patientrack monitors clinical interventions to a standardised workflow and actively prompts for action. It automatically reviews inputs to constantly assess patient status. And when deterioration is detected, Patientrack uses local escalation protocols to send notifications immediately.
Designed for mobile and tablet, your team can document patient information at every point of care. And access comprehensive records 24/7.
Real-time clinical updates
Observations at the point of care
Record observations at the bedside. Send automated Early Warning Score (EWS) to your team. Improve clinical attendance and intervention.
Tailored clinical documentation
Comprehensive Care Delivery
Create a digital record to calculate scores, share and apply learnings and predict interventions. Patientrack has over 30 clinical assessments to drive workflow.
Active real-time monitoring
Keeping patients safer
Patientrack’s smart algorithms monitor critical conditions, assess patient status and issue instant notifications to facilitate early intervention.
See the bigger picture
With full visibility over patient status, it’s easy to see how Patientrack can help you deliver a safer standard of care.
Actively monitor patient deterioration
Single and multi track and trigger Early Warning Scores optimise care and clinical intervention. Constant monitoring enables early intervention and reduces the risk of deterioration. Specific monitoring of conditions such as Sepsis and AKI alerts clinicians earlier to improve patient outcomes.
Support clinical workflows
Assessment outcomes are used to prompt relevant interventions in the clinical workflow. Patient status is comprehensively managed and documented throughout their episode of care.
View patient progress online
Status information is available instantly to every member of your clinical team. Integration notifications alert clinicians to review patient charts and view care requirements in context.
Patientrack delivers results
1 minute saved in the recording of each set of observations for every patient