iSirona Debuts DeviceConX 4.0
Latest Software Release Offers Simplified, System-wide Device Connectivity Management
PANAMA CITY, Fla.—March 7, 2012—iSirona®, a provider of simplified solutions for medical device integration, today announced DeviceConX 4.0, iSirona’s latest version of its connectivity software. Key components of this latest version include an enterprise architecture and management console, which provide a truly enterprise-level solution for device connectivity management.
The management console provides a centralized view for system management, maintenance and connectivity status of medical devices and systems. In the event that one of these systems (or one of the countless devices connected to them) goes offline, the solution generates and sends automated notification messages to the appropriate biomed or IT professional.
“Today’s nurses are overloaded enough as is; they shouldn’t also have to troubleshoot connectivity issues,” says iSirona’s Chief Nursing Officer Mary Carr, RN. “By proactively notifying IT and biomed, the enterprise management console allows clinicians to focus on what they do best: provide quality patient care.”
The latest software release provides a multi-facility architecture that allows large healthcare organizations to centrally manage enterprise-wide device connectivity. “Device connectivity is no longer just a unit- or hospital-based concern,” explains Jena Milan, vice president of product management at iSirona. “Healthcare organizations need a single enterprise-class solution to manage device connectivity across all their hospital facilities, clinics and beyond. DeviceConX 4.0 delivers a truly simplified approach to enterprise device connectivity.”
Panama City, Florida–based iSirona (www.isirona.com) helps clinicians make more informed decisions about patients by providing an easy to use approach to medical device integration. Using iSirona’s software solution, hospitals can connect virtually any medical device to their CIS, providing clinicians with faster access to more accurate patient information and freeing nurses from the burden of hand-entering patient data so they have more time for direct patient care. In 2011, iSirona was ranked #1 by KLAS for medical device integration systems.