–William A. Foster
Adult TBIQx – Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is still the leading cause of death and disability in the United States for those between the ages of 1 and 44. How to educate staff on new evidence in moments? How to bring new guidelines to the care of the patient quickly, supporting your quality assessment and quality assurance, and performance improvement initiatives? Qmetis
Ped TBIQx – Like Adult TBIQx, Pediatric TBIQx can provide measurable benefits in just minutes per shift. Pediatric TBI strikes approximately 35,000 young people under the age of 19 each year. Studies indicate that at least 50% of youths who suffer a TBI have a “poor outcome” at six months.
ConcussionQx – Some U.S. hospitals advise that concussion care may be one of the largest emergency room challenges of the next decade. Qmetis’ ConcussionQx decision-support tool is a more contemporary approach to global concussion care; delivering with speed and ease of use, always up-to-date science.
ConcussionQx Sport – While awareness of youth and sports concussions may be rising, care can be inconsistent around communication between patients, parents, clinicians, coaches, and school staff. ConcussionQx Sport addresses the challenges of a quick and accurate diagnosis and care coordination. See how ConcussionQx Sport can support your practice.
StrokeQx – In the U.S., stroke is the fifth leading cause of death and a leading cause of disability. StrokeQx helps with acute stroke management from the time a patient arrives in the emergency room, throughout the hospital admission, and up until the time of discharge. Evidence-based reports are generated for each patient helping users and hospital systems monitor their practice against recommended evidence.