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Philips Names Recipients of Its 2010 Impact Awards
Date:12/9/2010

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eICU Financial Impact Award – Baptist Health South Florida (Miami, FL)

Baptist Health South Florida received the eICU Financial Impact Award for improving the delivery of care within the health system as demonstrated in their presentation, "The Perfect Pairing: The Transfer Center and the eICU Center Leveraging Resources." Central coordination of patient flow and sharing of resources yielded improved outcomes and more efficient access to care.  Through early clinical intervention and follow-up, hundreds of lives were saved while significantly reducing patients' length of stay.  The annualized cost savings impact from the eICU Center and Transfer Center were estimated to exceed $15 million.

Emergin Impact Award  – Valley Medical Center (Renton, WA)

The Emergin Impact Award was presented to Valley Medical Center for increasing both the average daily census and parent satisfaction in its 13-bed pediatric unit. The hospital's winning presentation, titled "Improving Patient Safety and Parent Satisfaction in a Community Hospital/ Pediatric Unit," displayed how the implementation of Emergin products has resulted in a significant and positive impact on hospital operations.

ICIP Impact Award  – St. Joseph's Healthcare (Hamilton, ON)

St. Joseph's Healthcare received the ICIP Impact Award for reducing bloodstream infections and ventilator-associated pneumonia through its use of the IntelliVue Clinical Information Portfolio (ICIP). In its presentation, titled "Leading and Transforming Care Using Technology through Implementation of Clinical Advisories in the IntelliVue Clinical Information Portfolio," St. Joseph's Healthcare documented how its operations have improved since implementing the ICIP solution.

eXcellence in Leadership Award – Carol Olff, MSN, RN, CCRN; eICU Operations Manager, Joh
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