2022 CNS Annual MeetingOctober 10-12 in San Francisco
Stop by and see us at Booth #509
When every second counts, it's imperative EMS providers and hospital teams are working together as one team. Antiquated technology and disparate communications and workflow can create obstacles to patient routing, treatment decisions and team alignment all of which result in adding critical minutes to getting patients where they need to be.
The Rapid prehospital solution enables EMS providers to work in conjunction with regional care teams to get stroke patients to the best care as fast as possible.
Because the Rapid solution enables EMS teams to use a standardized workflow to seamlessly communicate and share consistent patient data, the hospital care team can have confidence in the patient assessment and be ready at the door. Using the Rapid prehospital solution, the receiving hospital has the information it needs to align the team prior to arrival and get the patient directly to treatment faster — improving patient outcomes.
As a closed-loop system, the Rapid prehospital solution enables physicians to share feedback on patient results back to the responder team, providing greater insight and input to help optimize processes — and giving the EMS team the recognition it deserves for making the best decisions for patients’ care.
And as part of the Rapid product suite, RapidAI Insights also offers customized reporting to help standardize stroke care processes and optimize operational efficiencies. By combining stroke operational, clinical and imaging performance data, RapidAI Insights delivers deep insights on patient care decisions, performance metrics, treatment effectiveness, and the usage of the Rapid imaging platform to help quickly diagnose and treat patients, enabling hospitals to improve stroke workflow, processes, intervention and patient outcomes.
We’re committed to making “one team” a reality for EMS providers and hospital care teams. And to make this happen, we will quickly evolve our prehospital solution beyond stroke to include STEMI and trauma. Stay tuned for more to come.