Through real-time visual analysis, Ouva detects patients, staff and visitors in rooms and waiting areas. 18-point pose tracking monitors patient behavior from posture to movement
Ouva can deconstruct hospital and clinic environment, from seating arrangements, utilization of medical equipment to trip hazards and more.
Ouva recognizes individuals with 99% accuracy, enabling a truly personal experience throughout the entire facility. Expression detection allows condition and comfort of patients to be analyzed.
Ouva's built-in sensors detect discomfort and hazardous activity, and activate visuals and messaging to comfort your patients in real time. Ouva simultaneously alerts your staff of issues that require immediate assistance.Learn more about Experience Tracking
View your entire operation in realtime with Ouva, including key trends such as individual and average wait times, occupancy and patient-staff interactions in order to provide the best patient experience.Learn more about Experience Optimization
Ouva can remember previous interactions and create a patient experience where patients, environments and workflow are all connected from the first moment they step in.
Ouva intelligence is continuously trained to track new critical medical events and behaviors. We work closely with our partners to add features that are critical to their care delivery. Investing into Ouva platform provides your facility with foundations of a smart, ever-evolving patient experience.
For an average sized hospital, eliminating staff distraction due to assisting lost patients can save over $400,000.
Peponis, J. , Zlmnng, C., & Choi, Y. K. (1990). Finding the building in way finding. Environment and Behavior, 22, 555-590.
Generating 10% savings for a single hospitalist saves approximately $2.2B per year.
Whitcomb WF. Director, Mercy Inpatient Medicine Service, Mercy Medical Center, Springfield, MA.
Improving patient experience leads upwards of $5.4M in additional revenue annually.
5 Hall, Melvin F. “Looking to Improve Financial Results? Start by Listening to Patients” Healthcare Financial Management, October 2008.
Annual cost of hospital related infections in U.S is $28.4B.
Center for Disease Control: "The Direct Medical Costs of HAIs in U.S. Hospitals and the Benefits of Prevention" Mar 2009
By improving patient mobility, pressure ulcers, pneumonia, falls, and blood clots may be avoided, representing a total of $88B savings.
In 2015, costs for falls to Medicare totaled over $31B. The average hospital cost for a fall injury is over $30,000.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control.
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