Sotera Wireless Selected to Present at 2016 EMBC in Orlando, FL

A recent publication by the Sotera Wireless science department, led by Devin McCombie Vice President of Science & Research, has been selected for presentation at the 38th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC).  

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Holy Name Medical Center Leads the NJ/NY Metro Area in Patient Safety

Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, NJ is using ViSi Mobile System from Sotera Wireless to track patients’ vital signs continuously.

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Oral Presentation at August Military Health System Research Symposium

An abstract entitled “Evaluation of a Wearable, Continuous Multi-Parameter Vital Sign Monitor in a Post-Op Neurosurgical Unit” has been accepted for oral presentation at the annual Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS) in Orlando/Kissimmee, FL.  MHSRS is the premier military scientific meeting and Sotera Wireless is honored to be recognized as an innovative contributor.  More information on MHSRS can be found at the link below. https://mhsrs.amedd.army.mil/SitePages/MHSRS_2016.aspx

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Johns Hopkins Webinar Recording Available

On Friday May 20, 2016, thought leaders from Johns Hopkins University delivered a webinar titled “What system, structural, and technological changes are necessary to capture real-time, critical data of early deterioration in adult post-operative inpatients, to prevent failure to rescue?”

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Sotera Wireless To Spotlight Surveillance Monitoring For Patient Safety At AAMI 2016

Management of Sotera® Wireless, a leader in the drive to make healthcare safer through continuous multi-parameter patient monitoring, will present at an educational session during the upcoming AAMI 2016 Conference and Expo taking place next month in Tampa, Fla. The presentation “Advances in Surveillance Monitoring: Improving Patient Safety Outcomes,” to be held on June 6 at 7 a.m., will highlight the potential for improved patient safety in those hospitals implementing broader patient surveillance.

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