Baptist Health Floyd Keeping Patients Safe with MedSitter
News and Tribune | March 16, 2022
Baptist Health Floyd is using new technology to help keep patients safe. Floyd is the first hospital in the Baptist system to use MedSitter.
If a patient attempts to get out of bed, the person at the command center will “redirect” the patient to get back into the bed. If that doesn’t work, the human sitter will hit an alarm that will alert the nurse’s station on that floor to go assist the patient.
Berenson Capital's MedSitter Aims to Prevent Patients from Falling
PE Hub | March 11, 2022
PE Hub’s ongoing series on private equity firms investing in healthcare continues with insights from Brendyn Grimaldi, managing director, Berenson Capital. Founded in 2016 as the private equity arm of merchant bank Berenson, the PE group backs software and tech-enabled services businesses. To date, the firm has made one acquisition in the healthcare sector.
Interactive Digital Solutions Announces Investment From Berenson Capital Along With a Plan to Separate Into Two Independent Companies
Newswire | October 20, 2021
In 2017, IDS developed MedSitter, a proprietary virtual patient observation platform designed to reduce patient falls in medical facilities. Since then, MedSitter has matured into a leading virtual patient observation solution, distinct in the market for its persistent two-way audio and video connection between patients and observers. After months of consideration, the IDS and MedSitter leadership team decided that separating the companies would enable both brands to prioritize the needs of their markets, respectively.