Clinicians and Nurses 2017-01-10T09:13:00+00:00


WinPack enables continuous monitoring of all Patients whilst also significantly reducing the risk of medical professional liability. By connecting doctors, Nurses and Patients, WinPack improves the quality and turnaround time of the care of all Patients in hospital and at home whether in bed or out of bed.
WinPack’s process automation removes the risk of human error by providing real time information which is immediately saved to hospital servers and is available for re-call at any time for review and documentation.

Clinicians are able to access multiple Patient data at anytime and anywhere while also setting up individualized alerts for prompt and effective intervention. The modularity of WinPack means that it is easy to use, set up and maintain so there is no requirement for lengthy and costly training to medical staff. Its robust design also ensures that minimal maintenance is required.

Process simplification, task automation and real-time measurement lead to a reduction of the amount of administrative tasks to be completed by Clinicians and Nurses. As a result, medical staff can focus on value added activities resulting in improved level of care for Patients.

Clinicians and Nurses can benefit from using WinPack in terms of:

  • Early detection of Patient deterioration and faster intervention so preventing adverse events that may lead to death or other permanent damages.
  • Reducing the clinical risk by providing real-time and continuous monitoring.
  • Prompt and effective Patient’s analysis through the set up of individualised alerts.
  • Significantly reducing the risk of human error through process automation as data is automatically stored in electronic medical records and in NEWS observation Chart.
  • Accessing data everywhere, on any device and at any time.
  • Customised value added information according to their role and specialty.
  • Improved care coordination and communication among all departments and medical staff.
  • Limiting the risk of human contact in certain high risk departments (i.e. nuclear medicine).
  • More effective clinical decision-making and improved outcomes.
  • Reducing the risk of clinical deterioration of the patient and definition of the intensity of care via the EWS software module.

Alarm fatigue is a common concern amongst nurses in busy non-critical care units where the technology available is not designed to prevent false alarms. The patients to nurse ratio in low-acuity areas could be a challenge in the prevention of alarm fatigue, with the ratio usually being in the region of up to 1:20 during night shifts. WinPack’s customizable and settable alerts are “tailor made” for each patient thus significantly reducing false alarms and time spent in ruling out potential clinical events.

Our way of working in my department has rapidly changed after introducing Win@Hospital. The platform is an excellent support to optimise and make the daily activities of nurses and clinicians more efficient. Our clinical decision-making process has become more effective due to the accuracy of the collected data, the real-time and continuous monitoring of Patients. The almost immediate results have been an increased level of care and a significant improvement in the quality of life of our patients. (quote): “I’d recommend Win@Hospital to my colleagues as it offers a new approach in patient monitoring in general wards”.
Dr. Roberto Andreini, Head of General Medicine @ Pontedera Hospital - Pisa - Italy
Win@Hospital has helped us to reduce our exposure to radiation and significantly improve our safety and working conditions.
Erminia Casolino, Head Nurse - Nuclear Medicine @ CROB Rionero Hospital - Potenza - Italy
Having a continuous and real-time monitoring solution in our department allows us to make better and faster decision.
Dr. Maurizio Destro, Head of Internal Medicine @ Treviglio Hospital - Bergamo - Italy
Win@Hospital has dramatically improved our clinical processes: we now have a continuous vital signs monitoring system we can use while examining endoscopic images.
Dr. Marco Benini , Head of Endoscopy @ Negrar Hospital - Verona - Italy
By remotely monitoring patients hosted in protected rooms and treated with ionizing radiation reduces the exposure to radiation risk and improve the quality of care for the patient.
Dr. Giovanni Storto, Head of Nuclear Medicine @ CROB Rionero Hospital – Potenza - Italy
We can detect earlier and more accurately when patient’s conditions are deteriorating by using Win@Hospital. One of our patients has been immediately transferred to ICU when the WinPack detected the early signs of clinical deterioration.
Marta Fabiani, Head of Nurse - General Medicine @ Cecina Hospital – Livorno - Italy
It is essential for nurses to reduce the time spent in spot-checks monitoring and allocate their time for more value-added tasks. We started using Win@Hospital to transform our internal processes and make them more efficient and streamlined. Win@Hospital is integrated with our EMR system and it prevents human errors by reducing the need of manual writing while improving the overall quality of care for our patients.
Luciano Martino, Head of Nurse - Geriatric @ Venosa Hospital – Potenza - Italy
Our territory includes many remote and difficult to reach areas. For this reason, we adopted Win@Home to remotely monitor chronic patients. GP’s and hospital specialists are now working together in order to extend the same level of care available in hospital directly at home of these patients.
Dr. Davide Ricci, Head of Long Terms Care @ Abbadia San Salvatore Hospital – Siena - Italy
We are able to early discharge patients and continue monitoring them directly from their home.
Dr. Cristiano d'Isidoro, Doctor in General Surgery @ AOUP Hospital – Pisa - Italy