Capsule Technologie, a provider of medical device integration solutions, announced it has signed a reseller agreement with InterSystems, a provider of software for connected healthcare. Under the terms of the agreement, InterSystems will be authorized to resell Capsule’s SmartLinx Medical Device Information System (MDIS). The two companies’ partnership stems from a shared vision of connected care and strong global market presence.
Capsule’s SmartLinx MDIS is healthcare’s first integrated system to enable hospitals and healthcare delivery organizations to increase efficiency and help improve patient care delivery through the capture of medical device data and context directly at the point of care. The system consolidates clinical workflow and puts data to work by integrating it with both electronic medical records and intelligent systems to drive informed clinical and operational decisions. Connectivity and data capture are achieved through integrated hardware and/or software solutions that meet the requirements of virtually any healthcare environment.
InterSystems TrakCare is a unified healthcare information system that provides a comprehensive set of administrative and advanced clinical capabilities to rapidly enable a shared electronic medical record (EMR) across care settings. The partnership with Capsule will enable TrakCare customers to capture real-time observation data in ICU and operating theatres and store the data in the patient’s EMR.
Both companies share a global presence while providing pre-configured solutions to meet the needs of local markets. “Establishing this partnership with Capsule is an exciting opportunity for both companies,” said Christine Chapman, Vice President, TrakCare, at InterSystems. “The bundling of Capsule’s MDIS solution with TrakCare will enable customers to seamlessly connect devices and make that data immediately available in the TrakCare EMR, triggering decision support, workflows and alerts for improved quality of care.“
“Like InterSystems, Capsule works closely with our partners to localize our market strategy,” said Didier Argenton, Capsule’s Vice President of International Sales. “This agreement will facilitate entry into new markets and will contribute significantly in developing our presence worldwide.”