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Over the next year to eighteen months, Forerun plans to make its software widely available in the U.
Forerun is poised to change the way emergency departments operate by providing a safe, reliable and affordable service to capture, integrate and manage essential patient and hospital data.
The Forerun ED product reflects the fact that it was initially conceived and developed by physicians practicing emergency medicine at a world-renowned medical center," said Ken Wolfe, Forerun CEO.
In addition to patient data entered at registration, information from the laboratory, radiology, PACS, medication and administration systems flows into the Forerun ED application as tests are performed and results are available.
Based on information delivered by Forerun ED, for example, we might decide to assign an additional nurse to do triage or send a patient care technician to do an EKG in a private area of the waiting room rather than waiting until the patient is in the appropriate ED pod," she said.
The challenges of care delivery in a multi-location ED was a major driver behind the decision to implement the Ensemble-enabled Forerun ED system, according to Janet Shelters, Nurse Manager.
Forerun owns the exclusive commercial rights to the EDDashboard, a nationally recognized, clinically focused ED information system.
In addition to supporting quality care delivery, the EDDashboard also has a positive effect on each provider's bottom line, according to Ken Wolfe, Forerun CEO.
We are excited about working with Forerun as they deliver this comprehensive, highly anticipated software to EDs nationwide.
Formed in late 2005, Forerun is led by a group of leading physicians from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) that includes Dr.
Another driver on the road to bringing the ED Dashboard to market has been the strong support provided by InterSystems, noted Forerun Chief Executive Officer Ken Wolfe.