PULSE Enterprise is a fully supported solution built for public health and emergency management authorities to securely query for patient clinical and medication histories from across several national health information networks to solve critical gaps in patient care during public health emergencies and disasters.
PULSE Enterprise arms medical providers and emergency responders with real-time information about patient pre-existing and chronic conditions, allergies, and other clinical history to provide safe and timely medical care for displaced individuals. Access to these data prevents avoidable hospitalizations, reduces adverse events, and increases cost savings. Unlike patient care technologies solely focused on routine care, PULSE Enterprise is optimized for the unique demands of field conditions to reduce burden on providers, support high quality care for patients, and accelerate the return to routine care.
- Designed for Emergency Response
Enables secure access to patient health information for authorized providers in field environments. Uses widely-adopted industry standards and insight from experts in disaster medicine and public health preparedness to seamlessly deliver patient data when and where it is needed.
- Robust Medication and Clinical History Data
Leverages national health information networks that together cover at least 75% of hospitals, 80% of pharmacies, 77% of dialysis centers, and several federal agencies including the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense.
- Dedicated Technical Assistance & Support
Subscriptions come with full, wrap-around programmatic support, including unlimited use in disasters, 24/7 service desk support during activations , and a dedicated Engagement Manager to assist with implementation, training, and activation.
- Supports Family Reunification Efforts
Individuals can be checked in and out of shelter environments, whereby creating a roster that can be used to facilitate patient tracking and family reunification efforts. PULSE Enterprise is also interoperable with Audacious Inquiry’s flagship Encounter Notification Service (ENS)® such that the shelter rosters can be collocated with hospital and emergency department admission data and cross-referenced against a list of missing persons.