“AirStrip impressed us with their vision, their powerful partnerships with players such as Microsoft and Intel, and their ability to execute on that vision,” said Stephen R.T. Evans, MD, vice president for medical affairs and chief medical officer for MedStar Health. “Most importantly, patients will benefit from MedStar caregivers having anywhere, anytime access to a full range of live and historical information that can support faster and more informed care decisions.”
A $4.2 billion, not-for-profit healthcare system with 30,000 associates, 6,000 affiliated physicians and more than 3,100 staffed beds, MedStar Health had more than 150,000 inpatient admissions and 3.7 million outpatient visits in fiscal year 2013. Among its flagship hospitals are MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and MedStar Washington Hospital Center, the largest private hospital in the District of Columbia.
MedStar Health had more than 150,000 inpatient admissions and 3.7 million outpatient visits in fiscal year 2013.Being a leader with innovative approach to healthcare, MedStar Health recognizes that AirStrip mobility solutions can help strengthen labor and delivery care, while improving outcomes and reducing costs.
In February, AirStrip and MedStar Health announced a collaboration as part of the AirStrip Innovation Marketplace (AIM) Program. The two parties are now working to integrate enhanced cardiac diagnostic visualizations developed by MedStar Health into AirStrip ONE.