FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Elizabeth, NJ April, 2017 — GD has announced that Trinitas Regional Medical Center has joined the family of more than 800 hospital and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) communication system implementations by the company. The New Jersey based hospital and local EMS network have taken the initiative to enhance patient care by implementing new CAREpoint workstations. GD’s CAREpoint Workstation & e-Bridge Mobile Telemedicine systems help hospitals and EMS improve patient care while reducing costs through process and QA improvements, plus better documentation and data management. “Managing patient care the Emergency Department is complex enough.”, says Curt Bashford, GD’s CEO. “Integrating prehospital care from EMS with the ED and critical services like trauma, cardiology and neurology magnifies it. This is where Responsive Innovation from GD makes a real difference.” adds Bashford.
Like other hospitals throughout the Unites States, Trinitas Regional will use GD’s CAREpoint to manage all its EMS related activities from the powerful workstation. Typical usage goals aimed to deliver a strong Return on Investment (ROI) through improvements in patient care and cost reduction include:
- Improving EMS call handling and notifications from 2-way radio, phone and web
- Reduce door-to-treatment times for Stroke, STEMI, and Trauma
- Provide secure mobile notifications to remote Cardio, Neuro, and Trauma teams
- Simplify and unify reception, distribution, and documentation of prehospital 12-Lead ECGs
- Enhance CQI with better documentation, digital voice/data logging and reporting tools
- Implement a HIPAA-secure platform for Mobile Telemedicine pictures, video and data
- Overall enhancement to on-line medical direction and decision support
About Trinitas Regional Medical Center
Established in January, 2000, following the consolidation of St. Elizabeth Hospital and Elizabeth General Medical Center, Trinitas Regional Medical Center is a full-service healthcare facility serving those who live and work in Eastern and Central Union County.
Operating on two major campuses, Trinitas Regional Medical Center has 554 beds, including a 120-bed long-term care center. Trinitas Regional Medical Center is proud to offer state-of-the-art medicine backed by compassion and competence.
Our friendly, professional staff and skilled physicians are the foundation of the care we provide. Together, our medical team offers the community the most advanced technological care in every area of medicine and surgery.
Utilizing a full spectrum of sophisticated inpatient, outpatient and long-term care services, Trinitas Regional Medical Center is proud to have forged a lifelong partnership with families, physicians and communities to provide the best care in a supportive and caring environment. We treat over 17,000 inpatients annually, 70,000 emergency patients, and several hundred thousand outpatients.
About CAREpoint & e-Bridge
Responsive Innovation includes the CAREpoint Workstation, which is used by hospital emergency departments to manage all EMS-hospital communications, information, documentation and mobile telemedicine on a single interoperable, easy-to-use system.
e-BRIDGE Mobile Telemedicine apps enable the sharing of real-time, HIPAA-compliant multi-media messaging: voice, text, pictures, video clips and live video; as well as data from connected devices such as NIBP, SP02, weight, ultrasound, and more. Available for smartphones, tablets and PCs, the apps are used for consults between EMS, mobile integrated health-community paramedicine, hospitals, and public safety entities for enhancing patient care.
About GD (General Devices)
Based in Ridgefield, NJ, GD is a medical device and technology solution company. Its Core Purpose is to improve the health and wellbeing of the public at large by providing Responsive Innovation for public safety responders and health care providers. For more than three decades, GD has been the leader in EMS-hospital communications and mobile telemedicine systems, connecting care providers nationwide and handling over 10,000 calls daily.
For more information, visit www.general-devices.com.