Rosie Connectivity Solutions®
Rosie® EHR Connectivity Platform & Rosie App
The Rosie® EHR Connectivity Platform featuring the Rosie SmartCart® mobile nursing cart is key to increasing caregiver efficiencies, eliminating costly documentation errors and reducing hospital readmissions.
Caregivers can take and document vitals at bedside in about two minutes – no need to hand-write the vitals and then enter them later at a nursing kiosk. Not only does this eliminate the possibility of documentation errors – up to thousands of times per month – but it also frees up caregiver time for quality patient interaction and provides timely patient data for and improved clinical decision-making.
The Rosie SmartCart mobile nursing cart moves room-to-room with the caregiver and can serve as the EHR connectivity data hub not only for vitals (blood pressure, temperature and SPO2) but also blood glucose, weights, bladder scanner data and more. The Rosie Platform is continually expanding – there is no limit to the devices and clinical data that it will be able to integrate. The platform is brilliantly simple to use, with a single caregiver login and intuitive touch-screen design.
Rosie offers an unmatched three-year warranty on all equipment and 24/7 technical support for its connectivity platform.
The Rosie platform is cloud-based, and no in-house server is required. All data on the Rosie platform is secured by IBM Watson Insights™ and is HIPAA-compliant.
The Ease of Using Rosie EHR Connectivity
Questions About Integration with EMR Systems
The Rosie EHR Connectivity Platform communicates to the EHR using the facilities network to transmit data over the internet to the EHR. Rosie Uses IBM Watson Insights to ensure data security when transmitting between the EHR and connectivity platform.
Users will use the same credentials that they use for logging into the EHR system. Except when logging in for the first time, they will use a login provided during their training.
The EHR provides an API or Application Program Interface that manages login credentials, provides resident information and stores vital signs readings. Any changes that are made in the EHR system will automatically be shared in the Rosie EHR Connectivity platform when the caregiver logs in.
The resident information shown within the Rosie EHR Connectivity platform comes directly from your EHR system. Any changes made in the EHR system will be reflected in the platform upon caregiver login.
Yes, the Rosie EHR Connectivity platform is HIPAA compliant. Rosie Uses IBM Watson Insights to ensure data security when transmitting between the EHR and connectivity platform.
Rosie operates on its own security platform; however, we do recommend that not only Rosie, but your EMR also be on a secure Wi-Fi network.
Rosie needs Wi-Fi to operate. In most cases facilities will have adequate Wi-Fi, as Rosie does not take much bandwidth to transfer data. However, it must remain connected to Wi-Fi or the data will not transfer to the EHR.
No, it must be a Rosie EHR Connectivity tablet connected to a Rosie SmartCart.
Updates are pushed through the device management software as often as necessary enhancements are needed. There are no extra charges for software updates.
24/7 support, monitoring reports, any new updates, IBM Watson (Security), IBM MaaS 360 (Automatic updates).
When Rosie Connectivity Solutions partners with an EHR system the two companies do not manage licenses and fees for each other’s services. You can contact you EHR provider to discuss any fees that may be associated with the integration.
Rosie SmartScale® Chair Scale and Wheelchair Scale connect to the Rosie EHR Connectivity tablet via Bluetooth. The readings are transferred from the tablet directly to the EHR.
Yes, you can upgrade your Rosie Vitals Cart to connectivity at any time.
Rosie Connects with several third-party providers. Please consult with your Rosie Representative for any details.