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North Shore-LIJ Extends Use of 3rd Party Remote Video Auditing into ORs
Date:5/21/2013

at Forest Hills, John DiCapua , MD, chair of anesthesiology at North Shore-LIJ, said the monitoring system would be installed in June 2013 in more than 20 ORs at another North Shore-LIJ hospital. "We are very excited to bring this important innovation to additional surgical suites," he said. "We believe that third-party RVA can provide our hospitals with strong, sustainable tools to improve patient safety and perioperative efficiencies." 

Dr. DiCapua said he expects the pilot projects to be completed by the end of this year and plans on submitting an academic study for publication in 2014.

The introduction of video monitoring in ORs follows its ongoing, successful use in the medical and surgical intensive care units at North Shore University Hospital (NSUH) in Manhasset, NY. In a 2011 study published in Clinical Infectious Diseases Medical Journal (Using High-Technology to Enforce Low-Technology Safety Measures: The Use of Third-party Remote Video Auditing (RVA) and Real-time Feedback in Healthcare, NSUH demonstrated that the use of Arrowsight's third-party RVA system rapidly improved and sustained hand hygiene rates to nearly 90 percent in less than four weeks.

"After seeing firsthand what the RVA system has done to improve patient care at North Shore LIJ, not just in the ICU's but now in the surgical departments, it is my hope that others in the healthcare industry will see how RVA technology is a proven method for increased patient safety as it has been in other industries," said Adam Aronson , Arrowsight's chief executive officer.

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