01 Dec

Perinatal Leadership Forum Recap

PeriGen was incredibly honored to take part in this year’s Synova Perinatal Leadership Forum.  The four day event took place in San Antonio and  attracted 124 L&D leaders from across the US and Canada.  A total of 63 hospitals were represented, most of them Baby Friendly or On The Journey and many magnet facilities.

PeriGen’s Allan Kyburz and Darcy Dinneny spent their time attending sessions, meeting nurse leaders, and demonstrating PeriCALM obstetric analytics software. Their main focus was the new Export feature added this year to PeriCALM Patterns and PeriCALM CheckList.  This tools allows bedside labor nurses to automatically flow EFM data into annotations and the EHR without the need for time-consuming manual entry.

Allan demonstrates the PeriCALM Patterns Export feature

Allan Kyburz and Darcy Dinneny of PeriGen demonstrating the new PeriCALM Patterns Export feature

To highlight the feature, PeriGen sponsored a timed contest that awarded a Pebble Smart Watch to the attendee who could review and export data the fastest.  The Pebble Smart Watch, like PeriCALM, integrates with a variety of devices.

The winner was Kristin Salyards of Gibson Area Hospital & Health Services (Gibson City, IL).

Kristin Salyards won PeriGen's Export Contest at the Perinatal Leadership Forum

Kristin Salyards of Gibson Area Hospital in Gibson City, IL was the happy winner of PeriGen’s Export Contest. She won a Pebble Time Round Smart Watch.

 

 

14 Nov

Pratt Regional adds PeriCALM for Patient Safety

PeriCALM Goes Live at Pratt Regional

The PeriCALM launch team for Pratt Regional Medical Center includes Joanne Fullerton, Trent Green and Lisa Steele of PeriGen, as well as Stephanie Simmons and Amanda Vandervoort of Pratt Regional

Pratt Regional Medical Center, serving Pratt, KS, went live this week on PeriCALM.  They’ve added the Patterns patient safety tool, as well as the PeriCALM fetal surveillance tool.  The installation includes an ADT interface and Coldfeed.

Pratt Regional Medical Center is a progressive provider serving south central Kansas and the pan-handle of Oklahoma.

11 Nov

PeriGen rolls out SSO with Epic across Legacy

Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center in Portland, OR

Legacy Health adds PeriCALM Single Sign On with Epic to help its Labor & Delivery Teams

Good news!  PeriGen is making life a bit easier for the labor & delivery teams of Legacy Health locations with single sign-on.  All five of Legacy’s locations rolled out PeriCALM’s single sign-on with Epic this week.

Legacy Health is a leading non-profit health system serving Oregon.  Headquartered in Portland, the Legacy Health system includes seven hospitals and more than 50 clinic locations, plus research, hospice and lab services.

Legacy Health uses all components of the PeriCALM system as part of their fetal surveillance and patient safety toolkit.

20 Oct

Two cool systems that talk

Pebble Time Round Smart Watch talks to any type of phoneTwo cool systems that seem to talk to other systems, no matter the brand? The Pebble Time Round Smart Watch and PeriCALM Patterns.

That’s not all they have in common now. To prove that PeriCALM takes some of the hassle out of getting EFM data into your EHR, we’re giving away an elegant Pebble Time Round smart watch to the person at the Synova Perinatal Leadership Forum that can use our new Export Feature to update an annotation the fastest.

Up for it? See us at the Synova Perinatal Leadership Forum  Booth 13.

27 Sep

PeriGen & WatchChild Combine Forces

Shaping the Future of Perinatal Care Together

A New Era in Obstetrics Begins

PeriGen’s acquisition of the WatchChild Fetal Monitoring System will result in access to the most comprehensive perinatal safety platform available.

Current users of both PeriGen’s PeriCALM and WatchChild system will continue to be fully supported and can, in the future, expect access to additional clinical, analytic, and expanded enterprise software management tools.

Steven Clark, M.D., professor of maternal fetal medicine at Baylor College commented on the new partnership: “I’ve had the pleasure of working independently on research projects with the PeriGen team and seeing how well their technology can augment nursing for the benefit of patients, clinicians, and research teams. As a current WatchChild customer, I am excited about this combination.”

The combined entity will be led by PeriGen chief executive officer Matthew Sappern. The management team will include senior executives from both companies, including the appointment of Brian Bishop, currently the general manager of WatchChild, as chief product officer.

For more information, please call 877.700.4755, email info@perigen.com or click here

01 Feb

New Online User Training Module

PeriGen PeriCALM Patterns pattern recognition fetal monitoring softwareUsing a tool called Articulate that combines slides, screenshots, videos and custom audio, PeriGen is pleased to make a new online training tool available for PeriCALM® Patterns™.

The online training module is part of PeriTrain, PeriGen’s family of training tools that allow both seasoned and new users to get the most of their PeriCALM investment. Each module of PeriTrain includes visualization of screens, detailed features reviews, and quizzes that enhance learning. The program also keeps track of your progress through the module so that you can come back to where you left off easily.

The PeriCALM Patterns modules supplements the existing unit for PeriCALM® Tracings™ and the “Power User Tips & Tricks” video available on the PeriGen Customer Portal.

Click now to start the PeriCALM Patterns Online Training