MedICUs Outreach

The KEY to PICU Data Collection

MedICUs Paediatric is a Clinical Management System for Paediatric Intensive Care Units. The system is PICANET compliant and automatically processes and tabulates your data providing in-depth analysis via a library of ad-hoc reports.

Key NEW features of MedICUs Paediatric:

  • Daily HRG calculations
  • Patient severity and mortality scores including GCS, PIM and PRISM
  • Complete PCCMDS dataset including XTML export
  • State-of-the art handover and discharge summaries
  • Comprehensive overall PICU activity summary
  • Advanced bed and nursing management system

A tablet-based data collection gives the team the opportunity to include a more detailed assessment. A detailed assessment means better management and it paves the road for a better understanding of patient outcomes.

More meaningful interactions with patients

Benefits for Patients:

✓ Improvement in waiting times and speedier discharges
✓ Identify best clinical practice
✓ Better patient management and care
✓ Improved outcomes & treatment success

Benefits for Clinicians:

✓ Summarised description of the patient’s condition on a daily basis
✓ Easy to produce Discharge Summary
✓ Improve the quality of the data recorded. PCCMDS & HRGs require up-to-date, accurate data of the critical care delivery process.
✓ Concise Bed/Nursing Administration section

Improve your PICU Auditing

  • Summarised patient information – all in one record- allows the clinicians to deliver the appropriate treatments at the right time
  • Follow up patients post PICU and record the activities performed by the Paediatric Outreach service
  • Easy and comprehensive, facilitates to identify the best clinical practice
  • Facilitates healthcare planning and quantify resource requirements

“Mela Solutions expertise in PICU data and audit has provided me with solid support that has helped me to understand the data collection in depth.”

Maximise the value of your data

MedICUs Paediatric enables you to identify
  • The most common reason for discharge delays
  • Severity of illness and outcomes
  • Number of patient assessments and encounters
  • Surgical vs Non-Surgical Patients

Total Number of Assessments by Percentage

Primary Diagnosis in Neonates

Assessments Flow (%)