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Spacelabs appreciates the opportunity to work with the Ballad Health. We are committed to helping member hospitals and health systems deliver the best care to the communities they serve.

David Pate


David Pate

Strategic Alliances | IDN & Enterprise Accounts Manager

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Real-time alerting to patient deterioration

The Rothman Index is a widely-published predictive software which integrates vital signs, lab tests, heart rhythms, and nursing assessment data from a hospital’s electronic medical record system in real-time to provide a measure of patient acuity. The Rothman Index empowers organizations to transform healthcare through the intelligent use of data. It provides accurate, actionable insights at both the patient and population level. From community hospitals to world-class health systems, the FDA-cleared clinical decision support tools are proven to help deliver better operational, clinical, and financial outcomes.

Rothman Index can help you deliver more proactive patient care.

Evidence of success

Learn more in the following articles and case studies.

NorthBay Health’s Adoption of the Rothman Index Results in Decrease in Mortality Rate.

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Akron Children’s Hospital Decreases Unplanned Transfers to the ICU with the Pediatric Rothman Index

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AJHM RI study thumbnailAJHM article: Rothman Index as a Predictor of 30-Day Hospital Readmission

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RI Shifting to proactive careThe Rothman Index – Shifting from Reactive to Proactive Care Delivery: Strategies for Improving the Effectiveness of Rapid Response Teams

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Helping Organizations to Reduce Sepsis Progression, Mortality and Costs
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Can proactive rapid response team rounding improve surveillance and reduce unplanned escalations in care? A controlled before and after study.

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Peer-reviewed articles and abstracts

Don’t just take our word for it. See what academic researchers are publishing in peer-reviewed medical journals about the Rothman Index.
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The greatest advances in healthcare have taken place because somebody, somewhere was on a mission. Ours began decades ago in the early days of the space program when our founders joined with high-performing teams of NASA scientists and engineers to develop the first cardiac monitoring systems for astronauts. Then as now, there are no limits to what people can achieve when working together.