Ready for a Career with Etiometry?

Are you interested in joining the Etiometry team to help us convert medical data into actionable information that allows clinicians to improve treatment and reduce the cost of medical care? By joining our rapidly expanding company, you will be at the forefront of clinical innovation. Etiometry provides successful candidates with the opportunity to work with a passionate team of innovators—both within Etiometry as well as researchers at some of the…

Etiometry Launches Persistent Display Mode for Advanced ICU Visualization and Analytics

Etiometry has introduced Persistent Display functionality that allows hospital care givers to view near real-time patient trend information continuously by the bedside to improve care delivery. (See related press release). Persistent Display is now bundled into our T3 Visualization & Data Aggregation software, an FDA-cleared software application to collect, store, and visualize ICU data in near real-time. T3 operates in two different “Modes” of visualization: Individual User Mode Persistent Display…

Deploying Big Data Analytics in ICUs

You don’t typically think of doctors as consulting with big data resources to improve the delivery of patient care in a hospital ICU. But that’s exactly what the Etiometry Platform enables. We recently announced that Etiometry has surpassed the collection of 10 million hours of patient monitoring information using our T3 Visualization & Data Aggregation software, and we use this massive volume of data to continuously advance the Etiometry Platform. T3…

The Increasing Role of Virtual Devices for Monitoring Patient Care in the ICU

The medical industry is on the dawn of a new age where physical devices become commodities and virtual devices become the new standard. This is ushering in a revolution in ICU practices both to better understand an in-patient’s trajectory and optimize control to enable a successful, short, and cost-effective ICU stay. Of course, by virtual device, I mean algorithms that can process multiple physiology parameters and transform what is measureable…