ANDOVER, Mass.--(Capsule Tech, Inc., the leading provider of medical device connectivity, today announced it is has added and updated more than 70 devices in the last six months to the largest device driver list in the industry. This impressive list has enabled Capsule to offer one of the only truly plug-and-play connectivity solutions, connecting nearly 98 percent of all critical devices a hospital needs to provide the highest quality of care to its patients.)--
“One of the key differences with our approach to device integration is driver development”
“We pride ourselves in developing the safest, most reliable drivers for device connectivity,” says Renaud Capolunghi, Director of Device Connectivity, Capsule. “We go the extra mile in order to provide drivers that have full functionality, map each and every parameter the clinical team needs in the CIS, offer all the latest software updates, and have been fully tested to ensure protection against patient safety risk. We provide a plug-and-play connectivity solution that we and our customers can be proud of.”
As the market leader, Capsule offers hospitals a vendor-neutral, enterprise device connectivity solution that allows connectivity from virtually any medical device to any information system. Capsule’s current list of nearly 600 device drivers includes patient monitoring equipment, infusion systems, ventilators and an impressive list of pulse oximeters and critical care beds. Furthermore, Capsule delivers connectivity to an ever-growing list of specialized medical devices across the hospital enterprise such as pediatric ventilators, hemodialysis systems, and cerebral oximeters. Some of the new devices added to Capsule’s list include the Hamilton-G5 ventilator, the Welch Allyn Spot VS and VSM 300 monitors, the Mindray Accutorr V spot check monitors, the B.Braun Dialog® PLUS Hemodialysis System and the GE iCentral patient monitor gateway. All of these are examples of devices providing vital clinical documentation for departments across the entire hospital enterprise.
“One of the key differences with our approach to device integration is driver development,” said Stuart Long, President for North America, Capsule. “Our dedicated device driver development team works hand in hand with our core R&D team during the development process to ensure the necessary tests have been conducted before they are deployed at the hospital. This close contact ensures that our solution integrates perfectly across the highest number of medical devices and each and every time a clinician uses our solution.”
Capsule continuously adds to and supports new versions, models and manufacturers of medical devices. See here for the most up‐to‐date list of supported devices.
Capsule is the leading global provider of medical device connectivity solutions for hospitals. The company’s vendor neutral solution seamlessly connects virtually any medical device to any information system in any care area. Through its innovative technology, Capsule enables hospitals using electronic medical records and other common information systems to reduce costs, increase efficiency and improve patient care. Capsule’s medical grade solution is completely flexible and scalable, offering a variety of deployment options to meet the needs of any healthcare center across the enterprise. Whether hospitals are looking for software only, software hosted on a PC, or a complete turnkey solution, Capsule’s products are designed to deliver value-added applications at the bedside. Having these options not only allow hospitals to start small and expand as their needs grow but ensure that they can take advantage of future connectivity applications as device integration rapidly evolves. Founded in 1997, the company has established strong partnerships with leading medical device manufacturers and installed enterprise-wide solutions in more than 1,000 hospitals in 30 countries. For more information, visit www.capsuletech.com or call +33 1 5334 1400 (France) or 978-482-2337 (US).