SOURCE: Capsule Tech, Inc.

Capsule Tech, Inc.

July 13, 2010 08:15 ET

Capsule Webinar Will Address How Device Integration Helps Meet Meaningful Use Criteria Such as CPOE

ANDOVER, MA--(Marketwire - July 13, 2010) -  Capsule, the leading provider of medical device connectivity, announced that they will be hosting a webinar on July 21, 2010 at 1:00pm Eastern Time on a number of issues hospitals are facing in reaching meaningful use criteria outlined in the HITECH provision of the ARRA. Featured in the webinar will be how medical device integration improves patient care and safety and helps meet Phase I, II and III meaningful use criteria including CPOE.

Ann Farrell, Principal at Farrell Associates, and Kevin Phillips, Partner Development Manager at Capsule, will engage in an interactive discussion about medical device integration and meaningful use. They will discuss why it is critical that real time data be available when hospitals are implementing CPOE technology. They will also discuss how medical device integration can affect the entire enterprise and help meet a number of patient care and safety goals and why it therefore should be placed on a hospital's short term priority list.

Key topics that will be discussed include: the real benefits of medical device integration, how device integration can recover nursing hours, how can it improve overall patient care and safety, how it addresses hospitals' key issues surrounding clinical workflow and CPOE, and how device integration can help meet Phases 1, 2 and 3 meaningful use criteria as outlined in the HITECH provision of the ARRA. The speakers are also encouraging participants to submit individual questions prior to the webinar by filling out a form on the registration page. For more information and to register and submit your questions right away click here:

About Capsule's Enterprise Device Connectivity Solution™
Capsule's Enterprise Device Connectivity Solution is the only solution that will truly adapt to the environment it operates in. Its design gives hospitals the option to deploy connectivity throughout the enterprise so that all departments, not just high acuity, can enjoy the value that device integration has to offer. And it completely integrates with existing or planned caregiver work processes and allows a facility to leverage existing technologies. For more information about Capsule's Enterprise Device Connectivity Solution, visit

About the Capsule Neuron™ platform
The Capsule Neuron is Capsule's Next Generation Bedside Platform for managing device connectivity. It is a touch screen device equipped with its own docking station that provides a universal view and status of connectivity for all devices connected to a patient, including devices that are connected locally to a Capsule Neuron docking station and devices that are networked via the hospitals' wired or wireless LAN. And the Capsule Neuron provides the basis for an expanding set of solutions to enable positive patient association, improved bedside workflow and enhanced patient safety. For more information about the Capsule Neuron visit

About Capsule
For more than 12 years, Capsule has been the world's leading, award-winning provider of solutions for medical device connectivity. The company has established market leadership through its FDA 510(k) cleared software and medical grade hardware products, its unique expertise in device protocols and firmware, and through its strong partnerships with major medical device manufacturers and HIS companies. Capsule's solutions are proven, with over 617 installations at leading healthcare facilities worldwide and its technology is secure, with the largest installed device driver library. Furthermore, Capsule is continually recognized as the leader in the industry receiving the Frost & Sullivan Global Technology Leadership Award as well as the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 and Fast 500 EMEA Awards. And, with the introduction of the Capsule Neuron™ platform and Enterprise Connectivity Solution, Capsule will continue to be the leader, by working with our partners to develop and implement solutions that meet the short and long term patient safety needs of hospitals today. For more information about Capsule, visit the company's Web site at or contact the U.S. Marketing & Public Relations department at 978-482-2337.

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