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Continuous monitoring improves patient safety

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Early Detection Enables Early Intervention

Heart Rate. Respiratory Rate. Motion.

Detect Deterioration

Continuous monitoring of heart rate and respiratory rate allow opportunities for early intervention.

Prevent Falls

Designed to allow the fastest way to the patient.

Prevent Pressure Ulcers

Automatic motion analysis assists clinicians in identifying patients at high risk for pressure ulcers.

Continuous Monitoring Products Across the Care Continuum

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Hospital Products

Earlier detection of patient deterioration for non-ICU general wards

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Post-Acute Products

Contact-free patient monitoring that helps reduce rehospitalizations, falls, and pressure ulcers

Clinical Testimonials

"Early detection of patient deterioration in general care units should be a top priority for healthcare institutions. Continuous monitoring is a key factor in recognizing and promptly responding to early warning signs which should help decrease patient morbidity and mortality, as well as length of hospital stay and costs."

Zachary J. Palace, MD

Medical Director, Hebrew Home at Riverdale

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  • A Conversation with Helen Haskell

    EarlySense CMO Michael DeVita, MD sits down with patient safety advocate Helen Haskell in a frank conversation about the past, present and future of the rapid response movement.

  • EarlySense Honored with 2018 MedTech Breakthrough Award

    Continuous Monitoring Platform InSight Wins "Healthcare Analytics Innovation Award".

  • EarlySense Successfully Detects Opioid-induced Respiratory Depression, New Study Shows.

    Clinical Evaluation Flags 91 Events through Continuous Monitoring; Highlights EarlySense as Safety Tool for Hospitals and Skilled Nursing Facilitates.

Why Make Continuous Monitoring a Priority?

Interested in How EarlySense Can Bring Continuous Monitoring to Your Facility?

News, Press Releases & Upcoming Events

EarlySense to Serve as Technology Engine for Improved Sleep Projects in Japan

April 18, 2019
Sensor to be integrated into smart bed manufactured by France Bed, enhancing KDDI’s “au Home” smart home suite of services RAMAT GAN, Israel  – April 18, 2019 ­– EarlySense, the market leader in contact-free continuous monitoring solutions across the care continuum, today announced the launch of its advanced sleep sensor and sleep analysis engine into […]

EarlySense Names HealthTech and Private Equity Executive Matt Johnson as New CEO

April 17, 2019
EarlySense, the market leader in contact-free continuous sensing and analytics solutions across the care continuum, announced today the appointment of Matt Johnson as its new chief executive officer. Johnson succeeds company co-founder and founding CEO Avner Halperin, who has led EarlySense since launching the company in 2004.

Clinical Study Finds Combining Patient Risk Stratification with EarlySense Continuous Monitoring Can Reduce Clinician Work Load and Improve Patient Sleep and Satisfaction

March 26, 2019
WOBURN, MA – March 26, 2019 ­– EarlySense, the market leader in contact-free continuous monitoring solutions across the care continuum, announced today the results of a randomized controlled clinical study conducted at the University of Chicago, which found significant benefit to low-risk patients who are not woken during the night for vital sign assessments. The […]

EarlySense Selected by Save the Children for an Evaluation of Neonatal Health Monitoring Technologies in Africa

February 5, 2019
Evaluation is supported by a Grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and targeted to achieve reduction in Neonatal Mortality

1 Palace, ZJ et al, AGS. May 2013

2 Brown, HV & Zimlichman, E, Improved Outcomes and Reduced Costs with Contact-free Continuous Patient Monitoring on a Medical-Surgical Hospital Unit 2010

3 Brown, Harvey et al. Continuous Monitoring in an Inpatient Medical-Surgical Unit: A Controlled Clinical Trial. The American Journal of Medicine, Volume 127, Issue 3, 226 – 232