SRM Global Hospital partners with Dozee

SRM Global Hospital in Kattankulathur, Chengalpattu, has entered into a partnership with Dozee to implement continuous patient monitoring. Dozee's solution will be implemented at the hospital to improve safety and clinical outcomes by allowing doctors and healthcare workers to monitor patients remotely. As a smart hospital, SRM Global Hospital in Kattankulathur, Chengalpattu, values automation and digitalization of vital data and operational processes.

Dozee enables healthcare workers to remotely monitor patients’ vital parameters such as heart rate, respiration rate, blood pressure, SPO2 levels, temperature, and ECG. Dozee’s Early Warning System (EWS) tracks vital parameter trends and alerts healthcare providers to detect patients' clinical deterioration early, enabling timely medical intervention. Dozee uses AI-powered Ballistocardiography (BCG) for contactless vitals monitoring. Dozee’s technology is patented and made in India, and it has been clinically proven to be 98.4% accurate. Continuous vital monitoring significantly impacts patient safety, clinical outcomes, and operational efficiency. Research done by independent consulting firm Sattva shows that for every 100 Dozee connected beds, it can save 144 lives and 80% of the time taken for vitals by nurses and reduce ICU Average Length Of Stay (ALOS) by 1.3 days.

“We are always looking at ways to improve patient safety and care. Dozee’s AI-based contactless vitals monitoring technology is a step in that direction. It will help us keep a close eye on patients remotely around the clock. This will reduce healthcare costs, and ultimately save more lives by embracing this technology." said Dr.Sathyanarayanan, President, SRM Global Hospital.

“We are delighted that SRM Global Hospital - one of Tamil Nadu’s leading hospitals, with state-of-the-art diagnostic services has chosen to adopt Dozee’s AI-based contactless vitals monitoring technology. Through Dozee's tech solutions, we strive to enable the delivery of quality care and safeguard the quality of life of both patients and healthcare workers.” said Gaurav Parchani, CTO and Co-founder, Dozee.

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