We Understand Preventing Adverse Events is Challenging. We Can Help.
An older adult falls every second of every day — costing US healthcare facilities over $49.5 B. By using Predictive Patient Monitoring you can prevent over 43% of falls with injuries.
Improved Nursing Efficiency2
Reduction in Pressure Injuries3
Reduction of Unassisted Bed Exits2
Converting Data Insights into Actionable Patient Care
Patient falls are a frustrating and costly challenge. Cognito Health can help you reduce patient falls by up to 43% — keeping your patients safer and make you a leader in patient safety.
Pressure injuries are one of the five most common harms experienced by patients. With Cognito Heath's continuous patient monitoring you can reduce the incidence of pressure injuries and associated costs.
Scalable and Affordable Solutions for All Care Settings
The Cognito Health platform can be used in a single unit or throughout your facility— contributing to the success
of your patient safety efforts.
Patient safety can be complex...
your solutions do not need to be.
A Clinician's Perspective
"The Cognito Health (formerly MedicusTek) system allows us to learn more about our patients' behavior which in turn allows us to provide better
care for them.”
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When patients are harmed while in your care it can result in increased costs, frustrated/overwhelmed
staff and damage to reputation.
1Technology as a Competitive Edge for Post-Acute Providers: Contact-Free Continuous Monitoring Allows Alternate Care Facilities to Raise their Standard of Care While Improving their Financial Performance A Frost & Sullivan White Paper: https://go.frost.com/TH_PostAcuteProviders
2Multiple unpublished studies conducted at Koo Foundation Sun Yat-Sen Cancer Center, Taipei, Taiwan; Taiwan Study I: July 2013 – June 2015 and Taiwan Study II: March 2016 – June 2017
3Still, Cross et al; The Turn Team: A Novel Strategy for Reducing Pressure Ulcers in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit; ISSN 1072-7515/12 Published by Elsevier Inc. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jamcollsurg.2012.12.001