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BLR’s Jayadev Hospital Adopts Dozee's Contactless RPM to Offer Better Patient Safety

Written by : Nikita Saha

April 15, 2024

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The Made in India technology leverages AI-based Ballistocardiography (BCG) for contactless vitals monitoring.

Bengaluru’s Jayadev Memorial Rashtrotthana Hospital & Research Centre has adopted Dozee's advanced Al-based contactless and continuous patient monitoring and early warning system (EWS).

Healthtech startup Dozee’s advanced tech is a cloud-enabled solution that comes with a central and remote patient monitoring capability.

The Made in India technology leverages AI-based Ballistocardiography (BCG) for contactless vitals monitoring.

Per the initiative, the non-ICU ward beds in Jayadev Hospital are equipped with next-generation ambulatory-connected patient monitoring systems enabling contactless continuous vitals monitoring and an early warning alert system.

Talking about the collaboration, Mudit Dandwate, CEO & cofounder, Dozee, said, "Adoption of continuous ward monitoring and early warning systems is pivotal for delivering quality healthcare at scale. This collaboration is a testament to the growing role of Indian innovation in shaping the future of healthcare globally."

This implementation establishes Jayadev Memorial Rashtrotthana Hospital as the pioneer among South Indian hospitals affiliated with Rashtrotthana Parishat.

Features of Dozee’s Advanced RPM Tech

Apart from continuous monitoring, the AI-equipped advanced software can also offer timely medical interventions for improved patient safety and clinical outcomes.

Commenting on the tech adoption, Dr (Col) Anand Shankar, HOD Anaesthesiology and ER, Jayadev Memorial Rashtrotthana Hospital & Research Centre, said, "As the healthcare landscape undergoes continual transformation, it is imperative for healthcare providers to adapt and arm themselves with cutting-edge tools for delivering optimal patient care. By embracing this healthcare innovation early on, we position ourselves at the forefront of setting new standards for patient safety in the country, with the potential to save lives."

Its cloud-enabled technology further stores data that can be utilized for future research studies.

With this move, the Bengaluru-based hospital seeks to empower healthcare providers to monitor the patient continuously and effectively.

Dozee’s Early Warning System tracks the trends of vital parameters such as heart rate, respiration rate, blood pressure, SPO2 levels, temperature, and ECG.

It also provides alerts to healthcare providers for early detection of patients' clinical deterioration, enabling timely medical intervention.

Reportedly, a recent research conducted by an independent consulting firm Sattva shows that for every 100 Dozee-connected beds, it can save 144 lives and 80% of the time taken for vitals by nurses and reduce ICU ALOS by 1.3 days.

Jayadev Memorial Rashtrotthana Hospital & Research Centre is a 162-bed-integrated multi-specialty tertiary care hospital in Bengaluru. It is a Unit of Rashtrotthana Trust established to provide affordable, high-quality, healthcare to all without discrimination.

The hospital has 19 general wards, 72 semi-private wards, 11 emergency wards, and 17 private wards, totaling 162 beds equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure.

In November, the Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiology and Research to conduct ten types of cardiac medical check-ups for all its employees for five years.

This move comes after a surge in the cases of heart-related diseases among drivers and conductors at the institute. Under the MoU, KSRTC employees aged 40 and above are the beneficiaries.

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