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GE Healthcare implementará los primeros centros de comando hospitalarios que funcionan con IA

By Hospimedica  en español staff writers
23 Oct 2018

Imagen: El centro de comando que funciona con IA permitirá reunir todos los elementos de la experiencia hospitalaria de un paciente (Fotografía cortesía de Business Wire).GE Healthcare (Chicago, IL, EUA) colabora con proveedores de servicios hospitalarios en Europa y los EUA para implementar un centro de comando con inteligencia artificial (AI) para sincronizar de manera efectiva y eficiente todos los elementos de la experiencia hospitalaria de un paciente. El sistema que funciona por IA apoyará a los cuidadores para mejorar la seguridad de los pacientes, organizar la prestación ágil de atención y devolver a los pacientes a casa antes.

GE Healthcare es el primero de su tipo en Europa que colabora con los Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust para construir el centro de comando, en los Centros Médicos Reales de Bradford (BRI), que proporcionará una visión general, clara, instantánea y en tiempo real del hospital de 800 camas y ayudará al personal a tomar decisiones rápidas e informadas sobre cómo administrar mejor la atención a los pacientes. Hasta 20 empleados del Trust situados en el centro de comando monitorizarán un "muro de análisis" que extrae flujos de datos constantemente en tiempo real de los múltiples sistemas en el hospital. Los algoritmos avanzados ayudarán al personal a anticipar y resolver cuellos de botella en la prestación de atención antes de que ocurran, recomendando acciones para permitir una atención a los pacientes más rápida y con mayor capacidad de respuesta y una mejor asignación de recursos. Los datos se mostrarán en varias pantallas de alta definición en el centro de comando, así como en tabletas y dispositivos móviles, brindando asistencia 24-7 a los equipos médicos ocupados en todo el hospital.

En los EUA, GE Healthcare ha unido fuerzas con CHI Franciscan Health para implementar un centro de comando tipo "Control de Misión" de la NASA, lo que lo convierte en el primer sistema hospitalario en el estado de Washington, y el quinto a nivel mundial, en utilizar la tecnología más avanzada para mejorar la atención a los pacientes. El centro de control de la misión utilizará el poder de la inteligencia artificial y el análisis predictivo para optimizar la coordinación de la atención, acelerar la prestación de la atención y mejorar la experiencia de los pacientes, mientras mantiene la privacidad de ellos. El poderoso sistema funciona al considerar a cada hospital individual como parte de un sistema más grande, examinar continuamente los datos en tiempo real y usar el aprendizaje automático para recomendar acciones que pueden predecir y prevenir los riesgos, equilibrar la carga de trabajo del personal y agilizar el proceso del alta para que los pacientes puedan irse antes a la casa

Desde el centro de control de la misión, los proveedores con licencia monitorizarán y aprovecharán las aplicaciones analíticas o "fichas", para optimizar las operaciones de atención a los pacientes en cada institución y desencadenar acciones para utilizar mejor los recursos en todo el sistema. Cada ficha está diseñada cuidadosamente para resolver un problema específico, teniendo en cuenta los desafíos del mundo real, altamente matizados, de cuidadores y pacientes. Por ejemplo, una ficha ayudará a agilizar el proceso de alta hospitalaria al monitorizar a todos los pacientes programados para el alta e identificando y abordando los "puntos de pellizco" que pueden causar retrasos significativos y evitables. La clave es que los datos en tiempo real en las fichas sean predictivas y procesables.

"Los hospitales buscan aumentar, cada vez más, la eficiencia de sus operaciones para que puedan continuar brindando atención de alta calidad a medida que aumenta el volumen de pacientes. Los centros de comando ayudan a organizar la prestación de atención en toda la organización, brindando consistencia a los procesos, priorizando acciones, eliminando el desperdicio y prediciendo los puntos de presión del mañana", dijo Mark Ebbens, Líder del Centro de Comando Europeo en GE Healthcare.

"El propósito de cualquier tecnología nueva en la atención médica es permitir que los proveedores brinden una mejor atención, acercando a los médicos y enfermeras a sus pacientes", dijo Ketul J. Patel, director ejecutivo de CHI Franciscan Health. "Los poderosos análisis predictivos del control de la misión identifican problemas potenciales y permitirán que nuestros equipos de atención resuelvan problemas de manera proactiva y mejoren la atención en lugar de reaccionar cuando surjan problemas. Con la inteligencia artificial centrada en los aspectos básicos de la eficiencia operativa y la logística de atención, nuestros cuidadores pueden dedicar más tiempo para brindar la mejor atención y los mejores resultados para nuestros pacientes".

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