Philips IntelliSpace Corsium web-based software platform
IntelliSpace Corsium expands the pre‐hospital scope of secure data-sharing and care wider than ever before. The Philips RDT Tempus ALS captures and transmits clinical and on-scene data to be shared and reviewed in a two‐way real-time consultation, to enhance decision making for AAKSS and other care givers. The Tempus ALS solution consists of the Tempus Pro portable, vital signs monitor, and the Tempus LS defibrillator. The monitor and defibrillator devices connect wirelessly together to share data and transfer patient vitals, waveforms and images into Philips IntelliSpace Corsium, a web-based software platform. This connectivity will provide the AAKSS with an interactive ECG measurement and two-way communication, enabling rapid clinical and transport decision support and seamless electronic patient care reporting (ePCR) integration.
"In emergency situations where every second counts, having the ability to livestream a patient’s physiology data from an incident scene - whether in route on the ground or in the air - offers a tremendous opportunity for our team to improve the outcomes for our patients,” said Dr. Richard Lyon, Associate Medical Director, Air Ambulance Kent Surrey Sussex. “This collaboration with Philips RDT allows our teams to give better remote medical advice for our receiving hospitals to better prepare for the patient's arrival. As a charity that continually strives to improve patient care through innovation, we are excited to be working with Philips RDT and see the positive benefit this novel technology will bring.”
“AAKSS takes an approach of innovation and thought leadership to help enhance patient outcomes through delivering the most effective patient care,” said Arman Voskerchyan, Business Leader of Therapeutic Care at Philips. “It’s exciting to collaborate with a team who visions that data—how it’s used, how it’s transmitted, and how it connects people and relevant information – and predictive analytics, derived from data, is the future of connected care. Connectivity and digital technology continue to drive how we are helping to save lives and improve patient care.”