What PeriGen clients say…
PeriGen clients, especially labor and delivery clinicians, appreciate the data that PeriCALM provides them, enabling them to provide great patient care, be more productive, and spend more time on what’s really important — the mothers and babies in their care.
“We turned to PeriGen to help us fulfill our community commitment to higher quality, safer and accountable patient care,” said Nancy Cossler, M.D., director of Quality at University Hospitals MacDonald Women’s Hospital. “Through only one system interface we are able to standardize OB charting, documentation and best practices that support and guide our OB teams throughout our organization. This is especially critical for our large high-risk patient population as it helps manage the complex care we are able to provide these expectant women during their pregnancies.”
“PeriGen’s Patterns take the guesswork out of assessing fetal strips and supports informed communication and data sharing among our physicians and nurses,” said Hollie Conner, R.N., nurse manager at Taylor Regional Hospital. “It is a great tool for any rural hospital such as ours wanting to continue delivering higher quality and safer patient care. For physicians and nurses especially, it’s helpful to have a second ‘pair of eyes’ to confirm the fetal heart rate patternsthat they are viewing onscreen and that their knowledge-based treatment decisions are on the right track.”
“Winthrop-University Hospital continues to demonstrate their leadership commitment to providing safer patient care by equipping its OB clinicians with the market’s most sophisticated, evidenced-based perinatal tool that scales smoothly to their growth needs at an affordable cost,” said Matt Sappern, PeriGen’s CEO. “We’re excited to support their expansion plans as well as their fetal heart rate research with PeriCALM Patterns.”
“With PeriGen’s PeriCALM, the evidence-based decision support system is like having a maternal fetal expert looking over your shoulder throughout the labor process, offering reassurance and consultation when needed,” said Gwen Buck, R.N., GRMC’s chief nursing officer. “When we get busy handling multiple deliveries, PeriCALM’s fetal heart monitoring and alert capabilities ensure that we stay on top of all developments. We expect our outstanding quality care for newborns and their mothers to continue and PeriCALM helps assure the highest level of safety.”
“We wanted to augment the features and functions that Epic Stork offered and after doing our research, we knew that PeriGen was the right choice. Their solution is the only perinatal system that provides the sophisticated but intuitive fetal surveillance and clinical decision support right at the bed side,” explained Nyla Carswell, Director of Maternal Child Servicesat Mary Greeley Medical Center. “PeriGen also had experience integrating with all the major enterprise EHRs so we knew they could ensure that patient data would immediately populate our Epic EHR and we were impressed with their product roadmap for the future.
Carswell continued, “PeriGen was great to work with-they get an A+ from the top on down. The company CEO has been involved throughout the process and he, as well as anyone on our team, is quickly accessible by phone or email. Our PeriGen and Epic teams collaborated closely throughout the planning and installation and ensured that the needs of our Labor and Deliver clinicians and staff were addressed. The roll out was completed on time; the training and education were great; and just two weeks after we deployed PeriCALM Patterns, everything is running smoothly. Everyone is excited about the data exchange between the two systems and that real-time data can be instantly accessed whenever and where ever it’s needed. We’re confident that PeriGen will continue their legacy as an obstetrics technology pioneer and innovator and will be able to meet our evolving needs.”
“Our clinicians, quality administrators and IT staff are all excited to roll out the PeriCALM platform,” said Gloria Solis, Chief Nursing Officer and Chief Operating Officer at Saint Luke’s East Hospital. “PeriGen’s evidence-based fetal surveillance and decision support functionality coupled with its experience interfacing with Epic builds upon our mission to outfit our hospitals with the most sophisticated medical technology. Our goal is to facilitate the very best health outcomes for our patients, including our smallest ones and their moms.”