Sotera® Wireless CNO Rosemary Kennedy To Address Alabama Organization of Nurse Executives

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Sotera® Wireless today announced that Dr. Rosemary Kennedy, the Company’s chief nursing officer and a recognized innovator in nursing informatics, will give a presentation, “Surveillance Monitoring for All Patients: How to Message and Roll This Out Across the Organization,” on Friday, October 16, 2015 at 1:15 p.m. Central time. The lecture is part of the Alabama Organization of Nurse Executives (AlaONE) Leadership Conference, Navigating the Future: Improved Patient Outcomes Through Nursing Leadership, at the Margaret Cameron Spain Auditorium in Birmingham.

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Wake Forest Baptist Health and Sotera Partner at Upcoming AAMI Regional Event

Sotera Wireless is honored to be represented by nurse leaders from Wake Forest Baptist Health at the upcoming AAMI Regional Event.  This event will bring together thought leaders to discuss best demonstrated practices for Alarm Management, Continuous Monitoring and Infusion Safety.   The presentation from Wake will focus specifically the importance of alarm management as a foundation for surveillance monitoring adoption outside of the ICU.

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Eric Topol, MD speaks with Dr. Nancy Snyderman about ViSi Mobile

ViSi Mobile was part of a larger segment, “The key to better health care may already be in your pocket… and it’s not your wallet,” on Rock Center with Brian Williams on January 24, 2013.

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Surveillance Monitoring: An Emerging Standard of Care

New technology is enabling continuous monitoring of all vital signs, even for non-ICU patients.  That means earlier detection and intervention  when a patient is in trouble, leading to  increased patient safety.     Technology like the ViSi Mobile System from Sotera Wireless offers all of the unique attributes required to support  hospitals and clinicians in achieving this emerging  standard of care. Read more at: http://www.24x7mag.com/2015/09/surveillance-monitoring-emerging-standard-care/

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Grandview Hospital- First hospital in Birmingham to Implement ViSi Mobile

In its effort to make the hospital experience “more pleasant” for its patients, as explained by Granger, Grandview will be the first hospital in Birmingham and only the second in the state to deploy the ViSi Mobile patient monitoring system with the goal to provide “enhanced patient safety, satisfaction and outcomes.” Read more at: http://www.otmj.com/grandview-medical-center-opens-oct-10-on-u-s-280/

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