University of Michigan, IBM, Airstrip partner for point-of-care analytics

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The University of Michigan Center for Integrative Research in Critical Care in Ann Arbor has partnered with IBM and mobile health startup Airstrip to create a mobile decision support tool for clinicians, according to a report in Politico.

The decision support solution would pull information from EHRs, sensors and other sources to create real-time, streaming analytics. This information would then be displayed on a mobile platform, allowing point-of-care access and use, according to the report.

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