Quality and Benchmarking

One of the objectives of the technology implemented by AiiNTENSE is to help intensive care units in their quality approach

The benefits of a quality approach

  • Reduction of medical errors, breaches of law
  • To provide full documentation and reduce the legal risk for the individual or the care facility in case of a complaint from relatives
  • Improving the follow-up and satisfaction of users (patients and families)
  • To help teams perceive their work as well done (virtuous circle) and to consolidate team spirit

Complementarity AiiNTENSE - EPIMED Solutions

The patient data collection module ofAiiNTENSE works in conjunction with the Epimed Solutions software thatAiiNTENSE distributes in France. Epimed Solution enables a medico-economic analysis of each intensive care unit. Together with theAiiNTENSE dashboard, it allows to optimise the quality of medical protocols and the organisation of a hospital's intensive care unit based on a comparison with more than 1000 intensive care units in Latin America and Europe.

Helping to improve hospital performance

Epimed Solutions is a clinical information management and analysis system, aimed at better understanding patient profiles, reducing costs associated with infections and other incidents, and reducing hospital length of stay, while improving the patient experience and healthcare delivery.

Access specialised and interactive reporting dashboards, benchmarking with over 650 hospitals and predictive assessments to assist with data and indicator analysis and decision making.

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Epimed Monitor

Improve the efficiency of your ICU: analyse your patient profile, reduce ICU length of stay and mechanical ventilation time, prevent complications and optimise resource allocation.

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It is a system for managing and analysing clinical information, aiming to better understand the profile of patients, reduce costs associated with infections and other incidents, and reduce the length of stay in hospital, while improving the patient experience and the delivery of health care.

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Predictive Analysis

Plan the health care provided and the use of resources, assessing the length of stay in the ICU and the risk of a long stay from the first day of admission.

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Infection control

Reducing costs, preventing hospital-acquired infections and controlling multi-drug resistant bacteria.

The particular case of Active Therapeutic Limitation (ATL) decisions

Any person (paramedical or medical) in charge of a patient may consider that the patient is in a phase of unreasonable obstinacy or over-treatment, and that it seems legitimate to consider a LAT. However, only the doctor in charge of the patient is responsible for the decision to perform a TAH.
The doctor in charge is the senior doctor responsible for the patient's care and medical prescription. He/she assumes responsibility for the decision to limit or stop treatment, for its implementation and remains the guarantor of compliance with the rules of the reflection process and its application.
This decision is governed by the Leonetti law, which imposes an obligation of means, as in any medical situation, and to be up-to-date with the state of the art. Access to a network of experts through the tele-expertise solutions ofAiiNTENSE guarantee the quality of the decision in form and substance.