University of Kansas Health System to implement Redivus' clinical decision support platform

The University of Kansas Health System, based in Kansas City, is deploying Redivus Health's mobile clinical decision support platform at Kansas hospitals and emergency medical services providers that are participating in its Kansas Heart and Stroke Collaborative.

The collaborative is a grant-funded program of The University of Kansas Health System and includes Hays (Kan.) Medical Center, 10 critical access hospitals, a federally qualified health center, primary care providers and specialists serving northwest Kansas.

Redivus' cloud-based, mobile application delivers actionable guidance to healthcare providers during high-mortality, time-critical healthcare events. Specifically, the app provides evidence-based guidance for treating cardiac arrest, stroke and sepsis.

"Rural healthcare needs an app that is intuitive and helps guide the clinician working with a patient suffering from stroke, sepsis or cardiac arrest to meet the time-sensitive guidelines. There is also a need to facilitate communication between facilities, and this app enables that. We have selected Redivus as an application to meet our goal of improving patient care across the continuum," said Terry Siek, vice president of patient care and chief nursing officer at Hays Medical Center, part of The University of Kansas Health System.

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