AWARE - Clinical Control Tower
Ambient’s Clinical Control Tower™ provides centralized remote monitoring and collaboration for physicians and nurses in tele-ICU and clinical command center style operations. While all of Ambient Clinical Analytics systems are well suited for delivering clinically relevant information at the point of care, Clinical Control Tower™ delivers AWARE Critical Care™ and Sepsis DART™ capabilities to any health system location in a standardized format, for any EMR. Clinical Control Tower™ provides remote and distributed tele-ICU and tele-health monitoring within your system and with contracted facilities.
- Central monitoring
- Remote/distributed access Clinical Control Tower™ delivers tele-ICU and general inpatient clinical care monitoring through AWARE Critical Care™ and AWARE Sepsis DART™. Ambient’s solutions provide a consistent view across all care units for multiple hospitals via a simple menu selection. Clinical Control Tower™ provides a streamlined enterprise tele-ICU solution for both hospitals and health systems providing remote care monitoring and support of hospitals either within their systems or with their affiliates.
Sepsis Teams and Sepsis Coordinators
Sepsis teams and sepsis coordinators may have responsibility for a number of distributed hospitals or units in a in a health system. Using Clinical Control Tower™, AWARE™ Sepsis DART can be configured to monitor sepsis treatment timelines, protocols, and delivery across different units in multiple hospitals. Now Sepsis teams can simply select which hospital, unit, or my patient list to monitor patients across a health system in clinical command center style operations from a single pane of glass.
Remote Critical Care Monitoring
Clinical Control Tower™ is designed for any health system or hospital that is considering or is providing tele-ICU or clinical command center monitoring and support for multiple units or hospitals. Using Clinical Control Tower™, AWARE Critical Care™ can be configured to provide views across hospitals, units, or my patient list in critical care and general inpatient units with remote patient monitoring. Filtering through the noise in the EMR and directing a clinician’s attention straight to the data essential for the timely management of critically ill patients in tele-ICU settings.