Meetings: Continuous Monitoring of Patients on Opioids

Inaugural Meeting, November 14, 2014
Meeting Resources
Presentations — Click on a linked speaker name, to open presentation.
Continuous Patient Monitoring:  Business Case George Blike, Chief Quality Officer, Dartmouth Hitchcock Professor of Anesthesiology, The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Medical Director, Simulation Based Education and Research
The Clinical Voice...Is continuous monitoring the answer? Maureen F. Cooney, DNP, FNP, BC ASPMN, Westchester Medical Center, Valhalla, NY
Early Detection of Hospitalized Patients with Previously Diagnosed Obstructive Sleep Apnea Using Computer Decision Support Alerts R. Scott Evans, Vrena B. Flint, Tom V. Cloward, William Beninati, James F. Lloyd, Kimberly Megwalu, Kathy J. Simpson, Ahmed M. Alsharit, Shayna B. Balls, Robert J. Farney; Intermountain Healthcare, Salt Lake City, Utah
Monitoring Patients for Respiratory Depression:  Outside of the ICU James D. Harrell, RCP, San Diego Patient Safety Council
Low Acuity Continuous Monitoring—Trends and Challenges Ramya Krishnan, ECRI Institute
St. Joseph’s/Candler Experience Using Smart Pumps and Continuous PCA Monitoring Ray R. Maddox, PharmD, FASHP, Clinical Professor & Campus Dean University of Georgia College of Pharmacy, Savannah, GA
Opioid and Sedative Use Increases the Risk of In-Hospital Cardiopulmonary Arrest Frank J. Overdyk, MSEE, MD, Anesthesiology, Hofstra North Shore LIJ, New Hyde Park, NY; et al.
Capnography Monitoring for Patients Receiving Opiate Analgesia Pamela Pohlenz, BS, RRT, CHI Health St. Francis
From Engagement to Implementation: Initiation of Continuous Pulse Oximetry in a Community Teaching Hospital Kenneth P. Rothfield, MD, MBA, System Chief Medical Officer, Ascension Saint Vincent’s Healthcare, Jacksonville, Florida
Bedside Monitoring Brian S. Rothman, MD, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Early Detection of Patient Deterioration Using Remote Patient Monitoring with Wireless Nurse Notification Sue Carol Verrillo, RN, MSN, CRRN, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Continuous Monitoring on General Floors for Early Recognition of Patient Deterioration Eyal Zimlichman MD, MSc, Sheba Medical Center