Canadian Hospitals

Enhanced for the Canadian experience, PulseCheck's clinical and administrative workflows accommodate eCTAS, PIA times, and provincial health care compliance.

Powering Performance in canadian emergency departments

PulseCheck is a high-performance complete EDIS solution that helps Canadian hospitals meet the needs of their busy Emerg. Departments.

Standard PulseCheck EDIS Features

All Canadian-specific features have been developed from a commitment to meet the requirements of our customers in Canada. These features are a direct result of customer input on our Product.

Simplified patient tracking, triage and eCTAS

Currently partnered with early adopters of the eCTAS initiative, PulseCheck will support the application complex workflow. Efficiently managing patients throughout their stay in Emerg., ED PulseCheck’s fully integrated tracking board provides key patient information, such as CEDIS complaint, CTAS score, length of stay, OHIP billing status, infectious disease, and more. PIA times are seamlessly captured and reported, and can be automated via integration to RTLS (Real-Time Location System) products.

The ED is a fast-paced, high-risk environment. You need a mobile EMR that can keep up. Departments using PulseCheck can significantly optimize tracking and triage, discharge, and reporting processes.

Pulsecheck Tracking Board

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Reducing Medication Errors in the Emerg Department

In the Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy, the Canadian Institute for Health Information reported that harm occurred in every 1 of 18 hospitalizations in Canada, with many incidents involving medication¹.  The Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists (CSHP) is committed

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Dr. Gary Mann, Program Chief Emeritus, Ajax and Pickering General Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Experience better workflow, increased efficiency and improved connections to your patients and staff with a Canadian specific EDIS