Entries by Colm Connolly

Syncrophi presents at HSE Digital Academy Forum 4th Sept 2019

Syncrophi’s CEO, David Toohey, was delighted to be invited to speak at the inaugural Digital Academy Forum in Dr Steeven’s Hospital. He joined a group of speakers which included Paul Reid Director General HSE, Prof. Martin Curley Director Digital Academy and Dr Colm Henry Chief Clinical Officer and Dr Michael Harty TD Chairman of the […]

EU Review of Horizon2020 project (DigiNewB)

Syncrophi Systems had all of its project deliverables reviewed during a two-day technical review by a panel of EU-appointed experts. This included reviewing the system during live monitoring of pre-term neonates in a Neonate ICU in University Hospital Rennes, France. The panel unanimously approved all of our work, and that of the entire consortium.

Syncrophi certified to new MDR-compliant QMS standard

Syncrophi Systems has now achieved certification to the EN ISO13485: 2016 Quality Management System standard. This enables the company to meet the mandatory requirements of the EU’s Medical Device Regulation (Regulation 2017/745) which comes into force in May 2020. The MDR is a significant advance on the Medical Device Directive in terms of its level […]

Paediatrics Unit embraces KEWS300

A busy paediatrics unit was the latest to benefit from adopting KEWS300. They used the systems Paediatric Early Warning Score (PEWS) capability which incorporates 10 observation elements for every patient encounter and which has five distinct age-dependent charts.

KEWS300 demonstrates its prowess in an Acute Medical Admission Unit

In what was described as the busiest Winter rush ever seen by the hospital KEWS300 was effortlessly adopted by the staff of St Luke’s AMAU as they switched to paperless observation recording, charting and review. The system was configured to accommodate a number of different workflows, all of which supported the NEWS recording and escalation […]

KEWS300 selected for site-wide deployment by Golden Jubilee National Hospital, Clydebank, Scotland

Following a markedly successful pilot during the year the KEWS300 system was selected as a site-wide solution in NHS Scotland’s Golden Jubilee National Hospital. The system was seamlessly integrated with a variety of other standard elements of the NHSS eHealth Architecture and was also electronically interfaced with the equipment in use on the ward. The […]