EdgeHuddle digitizes the huddle process by curating the
necessary data required from the bed unit to the system
level in an actionable format. EdgeHuddle allows hospitals to synchronize the flow of information between all layers and tiers of a health system.
EdgeHuddle is not limited to the bedside. Nursing Leadership can now view the systems' current state by unit, department, service line, hospital, and system. The synchronization between frontline care and the boardroom is now complete.
Examples of EdgeHuddle Lenses:
Edge Huddle outcomes
Automating manual tasks can significantly reduce the time and effort needed to schedule appointments, place patients, and coordinate care. This can lead to increased efficiency, freeing up healthcare staff to focus on higher-value activities that require human expertise.
AI-powered patient placement system reduced the average time required to place patients.
Improve Patient Outcomes
By providing a more accurate and up-to-date view of a patient's medical history, AI can help improve patient outcomes by reducing medical errors, preventing duplicative tests, and improving the coordination of care between different healthcare providers.
AI-powered care coordination systems reduced medical errors.
How EdgeHuddle is making an Impact
“Integrating AI into our safety huddle design is a major step forward in our commitment to providing the highest quality care to our patients. We believe this technology will help us identify and mitigate risks more effectively, improving patient outcomes.”
Jason M. Pirtz, MBA, BSN, RN, Chief Nursing Officer, Academic Market, UH Cleveland Medical Center.
"Perhaps most importantly, EdgeHuddle provides our teams with ‘levers of action.’ We have identified patients' needs and know the actions to take. The technology provides real-time risk assessment and prediction.”
Kristina Mattmuller, BSN, RN, and Delia McDermott, BSN, RN, co-chairs of the Nursing Work Environment Council, UH Cleveland Medical Center.
“Designing technology directly with the end user eliminates organizational waste and decreases technology burden. This collaboration has allowed us to solidify a framework for implementing nurse-led innovation, using our organization’s nursing governance councils.”
Jennifer Gonzalez, MSN, APRN, AGCNS-BC, Clinical Nurse Specialist, UH Cleveland Medical Center
In an innovative approach to improving the efficiency of daily safety huddles, University Hospitals' (UH) nurses are collaborated with Edgility, Inc. to bring AI into the huddle process.