Uniphy Sentinel: Alert and Response

Save lives with automated
identification, alerting and response

Uniphy Sentinel uses predictive analytics
to spot patients at risk of septic shock
and other life-threatening conditions.

Every year sepsis strikes a million Americans – mainly the elderly and people in poor health. Up to 50% of victims die. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

Uniphy Sentinel can plug into the hospital’s EHR and monitor more than seventy clinical readings in real-time including body temperature, heart rate, respiratory rate, white blood cell count, medication lists and blood culture reports. Alternatively, it can also produce useful results simply by monitoring lab result and pharmacy data feeds. Using predictive analytics, Sentinel identifies patients at risk before they go into shock – while there is still time to save them.

Uniphy Sentinel uses intelligent alerting to notify only the medical personnel best positioned to respond, thus limiting staff alarm fatigue.

Uniphy Sentinel automates the identification of patients at risk for sepsis and other high-risk conditions and helps physicians and nurses coordinate a response using best-in-class evidence-based protocols. It monitors the response to ensure critical tasks are performed. And by delivering intelligent alerts only to those care team members best positioned to respond – and sending alerts only for high-value tasks – it reduces staff alarm fatigue. Delivers only task alerts for high-value tasks that are delayed, and only to care team members best positioned to respond.

With Uniphy Sentinel, hospitals can replace their manual or paper-based alerting systems with a state-of-the-art solution that’s more effective than their prior system and also provides and audit trail and reporting.

Military Acuity Model and Tasks at Risk are trademarks  of ProcessProxy Corporation. Uniphy Sentinel is an assistive technology platform that provides clinicians with access to patients’ health risk information in the form of alerts. It is designed to assist clinicians, not to replace clinical judgment and processes.