Waikato DHB on the market for electronic obs platform for vital signs tracking

Waikato District Health Board has issued a tender for an electronic observations solution to replace its paper-based Adult Deterioration Detection System (ADDS) observations chart.

The system will need to be able to capture vital signs information electronically in the national early warning score (NEWS) format along with the paediatric and maternity formats, and to do automatic calculations of early warning scores.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: Waikato DHB, eVitals

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