TORONTO, Nov. 29, 2017 /CNW/ - The following B-Roll is available by Video On-Demand web download.
STORY SUMMARY: Humber River Hospital, North America's first fully digital hospital, will be hosting a press event to mark the grand opening of Humber River Hospital's Command Centre, a first in Canada. At the event, you will hear remarks from a number of speakers and then there will be a media tour of the Command Centre.
The Command Centre is a game changer for a healthcare system. Built in collaboration with GE Healthcare, at the heart of the 4,500 square-foot Command Centre is a GE Wall of Analytics that processes real-time data from multiple source systems across the hospital. The system applies advanced and predictive analytics and provides a continuous "read out" alerting staff to everything from delayed patient care activity, unbalanced physician and staff workload and unusual situations that may correlate to increased risk of patient harm. This information provides real-time decision support so staff can prioritize patient care activities and discharges, make short-term staffing decisions and mitigate potential bottlenecks before they occur.
For further information: (media only), please contact: Rowena Pinto, Communications Consultant, Humber River Hospital
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About Humber River Hospital
Humber River Hospital (HRH) is one of Canada's largest acute care hospitals, serving a vibrant and culturally diverse community of more than 850,000 people in the northwest Greater Toronto Area. The HRH team's powerful commitment to compassionate, professional, respectful care is reflected in the number of hospital programs and services that have been, and remain, recognized provincially, nationally and internationally. On October 18, 2015, HRH opened its new acute care facility – North America's first fully digital hospital. A 1.8 million square foot facility based on the design principles of lean, green and digital to support the best in patient and family centred care, it integrates the finest available medical and communications technology across all hospital systems, services and workflows. The new hospital has 656 acute inpatient beds, including 48 critical care beds, 3,400 staff, approximately 600 physicians with privileges, and over 500 volunteers. The hospital has formal affiliations with the University of Toronto and Queen's University Medical Schools, and is the Toronto hospital of choice for Queen's University Medical School.
SOURCE Humber River Hospital
For further information: Rowena Pinto, Communications Consultant, Humber River Hospital, 647-408-3082, email@example.com