Baptist Memorial Health Care Enters Into an Agreement with LookDeep to Expand Inpatient Telehealth Capabilities
“We are excited about our collaboration with LookDeep to use AI to expand virtual safety, nursing and medical services to support our staff and improve patient care,” said Dr. Paul DePriest, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Baptist Memorial Health Care.
Posted on 27 May
Recap ATS 2022: Continuous AI Video Monitoring of ICU Patient Activity for Monitoring Sedation, Delirium, and Agitation
Monitoring patient activity in the ICU is essential for sedation management, identifying agitation, and diagnosing delirium. Despite its importance in ICU care, activity monitoring is intermittent, subjective, and qualitative.
Posted on 26 Aug
Inpatient video has massive potential as a new form of patient monitoring and as a new kind of medical data type. One obstacle to overcome to realize this potential is the fact that video generates massive amounts of data, way more than any human can interpret (much less clinicians who are pressed for time taking care of sick patients).
Posted on 18 Nov
In this blog post, I review LookDeep Health’s IRB-approved collaboration with Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU) on AI-enabled computer vision monitoring of trauma patients at-risk for delirium.
Posted on 17 Dec
The use of video in the hospital creates a unique set of security challenges, and it is crucial that these challenges are met head-on to ensure the safety and privacy of patients and staff. As its usage grows, yesterday's security through anonymity is no longer an option.
Posted on 05 Jan
How Computer Vision and AI can create help create a virtual guardian angel for nurses.
Why computer vision can help better observe patients and set the foundation for better hospital financials.
Posted on 15 Mar
This work builds on our initial research in AI computer vision in the Duke medical intensive care unit. This research demonstrated several compelling data-driven readouts of patient activity and room environment, highlighting its potential utility in sleep, sedation, agitation, and delirium
Posted on 16 Mar
Inpatient telemedicine in hospitals is expanding rapidly for many reasons. Yet older solutions running on old operating systems represent a fundamental threat to the security of the hospital environment. In the next 12-24 months, it is very likely that a major hospital outage or ransomware attack will have come through their telemedicine solution. Hospital CEOs […]
Posted on 24 Mar
Given the importance of the overnight period in inpatient care, it remains challenging to get objective, quantitative data on whether or not a patient had a good night. And, to be provocative: how do we even define what is meant by a “good night?” While there is growing awareness that patients very often have sleepless […]