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E-MEWS alerts improve patient outcomes

by Yasir Tashkandi, MD

Using EMR, data regarding patient's journey from hospital admission time to discharge, when they had an unplanned ICI admission, are audited and monitored to examine the efficiency of e-MEWS system.

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Electronic monitoring

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About this project

The problem we solve:
Junior nurses & doctors may not appreciate the situation of deteriorating patients. We constructed a system based on MEWS scoring to automatically alert nurses to escalate care based on pre-defined algorithm.
About our solution:
E-MEWS scores of 4 and above call for a senior resident bedside assessment/ treatment and score 7 and above triggers CCRT call.
Progress to date: We achieved high progress and seen reduction in number of cardiac arrests in the wards.

About Our Team

Dr. Yasir Tashkandi, MD
Public Health & General Preventive Medicine, Practicing Physician
Location: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Medical school: KSAU-Jeddah
Bio: I am attending physician at KAMC -Jeddah with quality- oriented and directed practice.
Practice: Intensive Care Department
Hospital Affiliation: KAMC-Jeddah
Title: Assistant Professor
Twitter: @yasnota

About Our Company

Location: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Product stage: ready
Sales: 1M...5M
Employees: 200+

How We Help Patients

Junior medical staff may not appreciate early signs of deterioration in the after-hours. Our project helps to reduce unnnecessay complications of delayed care when that happens.

How We Help Education

EMR helps to audit nursing and physician interventions when someone gets an unplanned ICU admission or an unexpected cardiac arrest in the general wards.

How We Help Physicians

Electronic medical alerts help to promptly escalate medical care to prevent unexpected deaths and morbidities caused by delayed care in the after-hours (when care is usually handled by junior staff).

Challenge Mission

Mission: Young doctors are consistently trained to provide prompt care to avoid untoward consequences.
Use of funds: Cover travel costs to spread the word about our success in this endeavor.
Intellectual Property Status: Pending
FDA Status: Not applicable
Personal Message: Early and appropriate delivery of care makes patient journey in the hospital safer.














Yasir Tashkandi, MD
Assistant Professor

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