Redivus Health welcomes Logan County Health Services in Oakley, Kansas, as among the first Kansas hospital systems to implement the Redivus Health mobile platform to improve patient care. Staff members of Logan County Hospital and Logan County Manor long-term care facility are using the Redivus Health diagnostic and clinical decision support tool when dealing with cases of cardiac arrest, stroke and sepsis.
“The Redivus Health app helps us coordinate care when we transfer patients between our long-term care facility and the hospital,” says Aimee Zimmerman, R.N., Logan County Hospital Chief Operations Officer. “It’s empowering for our long-term care nursing staff to use the Redivus app. It gives them the tools to better recognize the signs of stroke and sepsis, and to have more confidence when advocating for our patients.”
As a mobile clinical decision support tool, Redivus guides healthcare providers through the diagnosis and treatment of time-critical medical events. Whether it’s immediately responding to a cardiac arrest or stroke, or recognizing the signs of sepsis, Redivus Health supports practitioners with instant guidance and the confidence to make difficult clinical decisions.
“We’re excited to have Logan County Health Services as early adopters of this innovative mobile technology,” says Jeff Dunn, D.O., Redivus Health founder and CEO. “We knew our platform could be useful in critical access hospitals, and we’re seeing evidence that it is making a difference. The Logan County health facilities are on the frontline, providing critical medical care for their community, and we’re proud they are leading the way by using Redivus to benefit their patients.”
Hospitals, EMS providers and nursing homes use Redivus Health to reduce medical error, improve patient care, and automatically document every action taken during treatment. The subscription service provides evidence-based medical guidance for cardiac arrest, stroke and sepsis, with more treatment areas in development.
Read one example of how Logan County Manor used the Redivus app with a recent sepsis patient.