ONC-ATCB Certified Specialty EMR for ObstetricsPeriBirth is the only perinatal system that specifically addresses the root causes behind 50% of preventable medical errors: errors of communication and errors of cognition. At the heart of the system is a Knowledgebase of 6,500 protocols and best practices as delineated by the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), and The Joint Commission. PeriBirth provides hospitals with a superior clinical decision support platform that assists clinicians in improving patient safety and the quality of care.
- PeriBirth alerts clinicians to a potentially significant contraindication in 1 in 5 deliveries.
- Operating in real time, PeriBirth identifies orders that are no longer appropriate or need to be modified.
IntegrationPeriBirth will integrate with all enterprise EMR systems. It was engineered to be flexible in its technical, implementation, and interface requirements. Its core capabilities include the ability to manage workflow and define clinical process rules, data requirements, assessment protocols, and screens dynamically. The system’s advanced interfacing and rules-based tools are designed to accommodate the unique needs of each hospital customer. PeriBirth also offers mobility and remote consultation capabilities to meet the logistical and data needs of physicians and the special needs of patients who require consultation with specialists.
- Interfaces with specialty and hospital systems (e.g., EMR, CPOE, ADT, Lab systems, Pharmacy) spanning prenatal, antepartum, labor and delivery and postpartum care.
Supporting Clinical Teams with Real-time Patient InformationPeriBirth provides real-time, integrated charting, which ensures that physicians and nurses document in the same record and every member of the care team can access current patient information at the bedside. PeriBirth’s decision support technology with iCue™ ensures that critical information is highlighted at the bedside, so clinicians can quickly recognize when a situation is improving, worsening, or stabilizing. Reporting
- Multi-disciplinary, highly structured documentation system for the OB specialty
- Evidence-based practice protocols for all care providers