Tired of managing bedside hardware to enable connectivity?

Clinical teams asking for waveforms from bedside devices?

Leverage your network architecture to enable secure MDI and give your clinical team access to waveforms across devices for remote monitoring, virtual care, analytics, and automated documentation.

MDI Re-Defined

Biomedical/clinical engineers have been helping to deliver medical device connectivity to hospitals and healthcare systems for over a decade. But it’s time to bring medical device integration (MDI) into the 21st century. It’s time to leverage MDI to go beyond EMR documentation to enable remote monitoring, virtual care, and patient-centered AI across the entire healthcare continuum to help create a new standard of data-driven care.

To enable this change, we need to unlock data from the bedside including waveforms, alarms, alarm limits and settings from the many devices a patient is connected to. And, we need to find a new way to enable that MDI without having to place another piece of hardware next to the patient’s bed.

See how you can leverage your network architecture to do this and more.

Secure Medical Device Integration

Get Waveform Enabled MDI.

Helping clinical/biomedical engineering re-define medical device connectivity.


Avoid the expense of bedside hardware, maintenance, and upgrades by leveraging your network architecture for secure, scalable medical device integration (MDI).


Unlock real-time and unlimited historical waveform data so your clinical staff can remotely monitor patients from any location.


Give your team access to previously inaccessible data and tools to expedite research, grant submissions, and build their own algorithms and AI at scale.

Remove Manual Burden of ECG Documentation From Staff

Automating vitals documentation is proven to improve accuracy in the EMR, save thousands in staffing hours, and improve reimbursements. However the documentation of waveforms such as ECG strips is equally burdensome and costly. In fact, after performing an assessment of the time spent manually printing, measuring, and scanning ECG strips into the EMR, MIC found that an average 150-bed hospital could spend more than $400,000 a year for over 12,000 hours of manual labor time.

In addition to these unnecessary costs, the potential for lost revenue exists if those ECG strips do not make it into the EMR for reimbursement. In fact, one 150-bed hospital was losing more than $700,000 a month on ECG strips alone when processes changed and ECG documentation was dropped. Since CMS now mandates the proof of time during which patients are on a ventilator, documentation needs for other monitoring services may also be demanded.

See how much your hospital can save in manual labor costs by automating your strip charting process today.

Remote Monitoring Suite

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MIC’s Sickbay™ Platform

MIC’s FDA-cleared software-based Sickbay™ platform is challenging the world of patient monitoring and analytics to create a new standard of data-driven care. This is accomplished by automating the collection of patient data from the bedside to bring it to care teams wherever they are so they can:

  • Expedite root cause analysis and intervention,
  • Improve care team collaboration,
  • Remove manual processes, and
  • Improve overall quality of patient care and outcomes.

Together, we believe we can change the face of medicine, save more lives, and help care teams get back to focusing on patients instead of data. Click here to learn more about Sickbay™ and MIC. Check out MIC's resource center for additional articles, videos, news and white papers.

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Need More Help?

MIC is committed to empowering all members of the care team to save more lives by unlocking data in ways that have not been available before.

If you need more information or help with other data access and workflow challenges, send us your information today. A member of the MIC clinical consulting team will be in touch promptly.