Clinical Intelligence for High-acuity Care Teams

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Etiometry by the numbers


Decrease ICU readmissions by up to 41%1


Reduce ventilation
time by up to 22%2


Reduce Length of Stay (LOS) by up to 36%1


88% of nurses say Etiometry makes their jobs easier3


150+ studies enabled by Etiometry


8 FDA clearances

Improve outcomes with one platform

Data Aggregation and Visualization

Holistic view of patient data from monitoring systems, peripheral devices, EHR data and other data sources – Etiometry is vendor-neutral and works with your existing architecture

Risk Analytics

Continuously updated patient risk algorithms provide early warning signs of deterioration

Clinical Pathway Automation

Embedded hospital-specific guidelines automate and track the standardization of workflows and drive consistent timely adherence to protocols

Quality Improvement Application

Normalized database — with 150+ million hours of deidentified patient data, and growing — and automated tools and reports provide insights to power continuous improvements and clinical research. 

Address Challenges in Critical Care

Simplify the complexity

The ICU is the most complex, expensive and unpredictable care setting in the hospital. Manage these challenges with a platform that empowers proactive and personalized care escalation and de-escalation.

Optimize and automate your care delivery processes

Intensity of monitoring, multidisciplinary care and a rapidly-changing patient state demand timely and coordinated interventions. It’s vital that care teams of varying experience levels and areas of expertise share an objective picture of the patient’s clinical condition.

Break the trade-off

Standardizing care delivery leads to improved outcomes, but the challenge lies between establishing simple one-size-fits-all vs. overly complex guidelines, which are tough to follow. Trade-offs lead to delayed decision-making, and clinicians need tools to bring attention to the right patient at the right time.

Find significant cost savings and revenue opportunity

Early recognition of both patient deterioration and improvement can optimize the patient journey, improve their outcomes and reduce the most costly part of their hospital stay.

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  1. Salvin et al, AHA ‘17 
  2. Borasino, S. et al. (2023) Automated Extubation Readiness Tool is Associated with Improved Outcomes Following Pediatric Cardiac Surgery. World Congress of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery. 
  3. Lowry, NASA TLX survey analysis from PCICS abstract

Additional Resources

How Critical Care Nurse Leaders Utilize Etiometry for Building Competency and Confidence in Newer Nurses and to Drive Quality Improvement

Pioneering the Use of AI in Health Tech – A Trailblazer Before AI Became Mainstream

Etiometry Awarded Frost & Sullivan’s 2024 North American Enabling Technology Leadership Award