AMBULATORY SURGERY CAREFLOWS 2018-05-02T18:23:43+00:00


CareFlows for the entire Ambulatory Surgical Process

with Live Vital Signs and Video for patients that require Home follow-up

Secure, HIPAA compliant 100% cloud based solutions that cover entire workflows, from pre-admission to hospital to home care – all with the capability of displaying live data inside any form. An EHR workflow that is built around proven processes and procedures can rapidly improve the proficiency and effectiveness of a practice.

A basic CareFlow includes: (10 seats steps 2-5 and 1 seat step 6)

1. Pre-Op form filled out by patient (unlimited patients)
2. Pre-Op Nurse form filled out when patient is called before surgery
3. Admit to PACU form
4. Intra-Op Circulator’s Form
5. PACU nurse form plus discharge
6. Home-Care Form (1 seat)

If your center is doing spine cases in higher risk patients, you can follow them at home for as long as needed with live data and

The Home Care bundle includes:

1. Wearables (ONE FDA approved Pulse Oximeter (Pulse Rate / SpO2) , 1 Temp module – 1 optional HR module)
2. CareFlows (10 seats – one seat = 1 user email address)
3. ONE Windows Tablet for home monitoring, video-conferencing
4. ONE External video camera
5. HD Video Conferencing 15 minutes a day
6. ONE Android Smartphone
7. ONE WiCis I-Streme App with unlimited data saving to the cloud
8. ONE time set-up fees

Minimum contract is 12 months.

 Forms + Live Vital Signs + Live Video

HIPAA compliant online forms that cover from pre-admissions to workflows. A typical workflow involves anywhere from 6-10 forms, depending on what you wish to streamline. A complete basic process involves 6 different forms, each with different access rights.

Share Heart rate, Blood Sugar, Oxygen Saturation, Temperature. Displays wearable data on PC, MAC or mobile screen in real time. It is now possible to remotely monitor a patient anywhere in the world, in realtime, with the gold standard capabilities established by a hospital operating room.

Stream video 24×7 to monitor the patient, or just easily interview patients via HD web‐conferencing as often as needed.