Dell EMC OEM Solutions to incorporate patient monitoring, analytics platform

Medical Informatics Corp., entered into an agreement with Dell EMC OEM Solutions to deliver its Sickbay platform, a patient monitoring and analytics platform, bundled with Dell EMC server and storage solutions.

The Sickbay platform aggregates, analyzes and transforms data into actionable information. It provides several web-based applications that support clinical use cases such as telehealth, virtual intensive care units and predictive analytics.

Per the agreement, Sickbay will be added to the OEM program, which offers pre-engineered bundles and customized configurations to support the infrastructure and computing power required for Sickbay's capabilities.

"We are also excited about our recent addition as a turnkey solution under the company's OEM Solution Bundle," said Emma Fauss, PhD, CEO of MIC. "This new offering will allow hospitals to maximize the benefits of our Sickbay solution using a modern IT infrastructure that is robust, customizable and scalable, with validated options that streamline the Sickbay purchasing and installation process."

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