Canada-based McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) has adopted a cloud-based platform, developed by healthcare technology start-up Stenoa, to improve coordination and communication in critical care for heart attack patients.
The platform streamlines secure communication, care coordination, and real-time analytics across the healthcare system, from pre-hospital settings to specialised hospitals.
The Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory of the MUHC was the first to implement the platform, followed by the Royal Victoria Hospital’s Emergency Department.
Stenoa’s user-friendly platform has received positive feedback from nurses and doctors and its implementation has been recognised during the accreditation process.
It is certified for provincial use by Quebec’s Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (MSSS) and is being implemented in other hospitals collaborating with the MUHC and across the province.
The MUHC plans to expand the platform for other critical care pathways in the future, aiming to improve patient outcomes and reduce unnecessary interventions.
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MUHC Interventional Cardiology interim chief Dr Jean-Philippe Pelletier said: “At the MUHC, we are always seeking ways to improve patient care and outcomes, whether patients come to us from hospitals that collaborate with the MUHC, the community, or our own emergency room.
“This web and mobile platform allows us to make better, data-driven decisions [and] intervene more efficiently and quickly during heart attacks.”