Critical Care Solution
Using artificial intelligence to improve the outcome
of critically ill patients
CLEW’s ICU solution – CLEWICU, delivers customizable real-time clinical optimization, actionable predictive clinical analytics and patient risk stratification. The platform utilizes the full range of available patient data to provide continuous predictions based on sophisticated machine learning algorithms and models. The solution enables early identification and intervention and patient context prioritization. The CLEWICU system interfaces with existing EMR systems and medical devices and can be deployed either on-premises or in the cloud.
Maximizing scarce ICU resources
Healthcare reforms are affecting the finances of hospitals, the workloads of healthcare providers, and the treatment of patients. These reforms are driving an increased focus on improving clinical value by identifying high risk patients within the ICU, prioritizing treatment based on patient acuity, and reducing total length of stay and iatrogenesis.
Existing EMRs do not provide information to help ICU teams work proactively. CLEW’s unique technology helps focus attention to where it is needed most, staying ahead of impending problems. In large facilities, CLEW’s technology enables staff in large and/or multiple ICUs to understand expected acuity and enables better distribution of medical and nursing resources.
- Continuous patient risk stratification
- Actionable predictive clinical analytics
- Acuity-based resource allocation
- Customizable and automated real-time clinical optimization and best practices
- Improved case volumes and workload reduction
- Patient context prioritization
- Utilizes the full range of available patient data
- Seamless interface with existing EMRs and medical devices
- Actionable predictive clinical analytics notifications
- High PPV (positive predictive value) reducing alert fatigue
- Low-risk patient classification by a dedicated AI model
- On-premises and/or cloud deployment
- Highest levels of data security and patient privacy
Full ICU situational awareness, displaying patient data and predicted risk level, for one unit or multiple units. The display highlights all notifications, low risk patients and other key clinical information, to provide multi-dimensional situational awareness.
Rapid, clear, consistent patient data summary and visualization,
Actionable predictive clinical analytics notifications
CLEW’s ICU solution takes a holistic approach to delivering early predictive of occurrence of clinically significant events. The solution analyzes multiple parameters before it generates a single notification to predict a potential clinical deterioration, significantly lowering the false alarm rate (FAR). This ability to provide a highly accurate and actionable notifications several hours in advance assists in the delivery of the most effective, proactive, properly timed and resource-efficient response, while avoiding costly and disruptive emergency situations.
Leverage existing patient data
CLEW’s solution harnesses the vast amount of available ICU patient and medical device data, with no need for additional data entry on the part of ICU staff. Utilizing a combination of Big Data, machine learning and high-frequency real-time patient-based data, the system delivers accurate predictions for high, moderate and low risk patients, enabling an optimized workflow. CLEW’s ICU solution includes an AI-based classification model that predicts which patients will not require intervention within the coming 8 hours. The low risk patient classification allows providers to allocate additional resources to critical and unstable patients.
Customizable real-time clinical optimization
CLEWICU can be used to monitor quality and high cost procedures; reminders and their cadence can be defined per unit and per rule. The system includes pre-defined best practices rules for VTE, lung protective ventilation, stress ulcer prophylaxis, blood transfusions and accelerated mechanical ventilation weaning & liberation. Best practices rules can be defined by the customer to monitor specific medication utilization, ventilator parameters screening, or other desired practice based on the ICU center experience and leadership guidance.