OBIX System

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Overview

Why OBIX?
The OBIX System Delivers

Designed with the clinicians in mind, the OBIX system provides complete central, bedside, and remote, electronic fetal monitoring. We work cooperatively with industry-leading EHR companies to secure a seamless integration between systems, to deliver a premier perinatal software solution for obstetrics patient care. The OBIX system transcends other options in the market because this is our baby.

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A Best-in-Class Solution

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Intuitive System

Workflow That Makes Sense

The OBIX system helps critical thinking clinicians throughout the assessment process, enhances workflow supporting standards of care, presents the complete picture of patient assessments and improves communications between care providers.

From critical access to large, multi-facility health systems, we work to simplify the process. The OBIX system offers enterprise-wide perinatal data access across facilities to meet the varying needs of hospital and healthcare systems. We know that one size does not fit all.

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Clinical Decision Support Tools

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Cost-Controlled Implementation

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Committed to Education

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Superior Service and Support

Clinical Decision Support

For Critical Thinkers

The OBIX system’s E-Tools were developed to aid, not replace, clinicians in making timely, informed, and quality decisions at the patient bedside. E-Tools are not only helpful clinically, but they can be used to educate staff, to reinforce and clarify NICHD definitions during the assessment of the fetal heart rate. Additionally, with the increased focus on uterine activity, key information is presented for evaluation and management of uterine activity during labor.

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Uterine Activity (UA) Tool

With patient safety and labor management at the forefront of obstetrics, the UA Tool was developed for clinicians to evaluate uterine activity over time, and to be able to assess frequency, and rule out tachysystole during labor. The tool allows care providers to confirm evaluation results or make modifications based on their assessments.

Fetal Heart Rate (FHR) Tools

Developed in collaboration with Lisa A. Miller, CNM, JD, the OBIX system’s FHR Tools assist clinicians with the ability to apply NICHD definitions with confidence during the assessment of FHR baseline, variability, accelerations, and decelerations.

Charting Modules & Reporting

Used Through All Stages of Labor & Birth

Charting

Charting modules complement clinical workflow to quickly and accurately document all steps of a patient’s care from the bedside to the nurses’ stations. Charting modules include flowsheets, care plans, and graphs.

Included Modules

  • Maternal Care: Intrapartum, Recovery, Post Partum,
    Strip Annotations, Care Plans
  • Newborn Care: Newborn, SCN, Care Plans
  • Remote Provider Access (RPA): Access to fetal monitoring traces, access to patient notes and flowsheets, limited remote patient charting

Reports

Generate comprehensive reports with OBIX forms that can be customized to meet hospital standards. Data in the mother’s record is linked to her baby’s so relevant information is imported into the newborn record. Queries can be customized using any hospital provided tool compliant ODBC– short for Open DataBase Connectivity. Forms and reports include logs and statistics for triage/admission, delivery, intraoperative, newborn, Meaningful Use, and incomplete records.

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E-Tools are available to assist nurses, midwives, and physicians with management of electronic fetal monitoring (EFM) and decisions regarding patient care. Developed in collaboration with Clinical Computer Systems, Inc., the E-Tools suite of products supports application of the standardized NICHD nomenclature for fetal heart rate components, application of the NICHD categories, and evaluation of uterine activity.

— Lisa A. Miller, CNM, JD

Solutions

What Makes OBIX Great
Benefits for Hospitals, Users & Patients

Benefits for Hospitals

  • Straightforward mass deployment and support
  • Seamless integration between OBIX and EHR
  • Scalable and expandable
  • Can be site-configured to meet specific department standards
  • Strategic pricing includes enterprise licensing, implementation, and go-live support on a births per year model

Benefits for Users

  • Helps hospital meet standards of care
  • Aids critical thinking nurses with the assessment process
  • Charting modules support workflow specific to obstetrical care
  • Improves communication between care providers
  • Saves documentation time with auto computation of values and tight integration with EHRs

Benefits for Patients

  • Increases patient’s time with their nurse
  • Improved medical records lead to better care
  • Having peace of mind with outstanding visibility of care for their wellbeing

Standards & Compliance

CCSI ‘s OBIX Product is MDSAP Compliant
OBIX System Qualifications

Registered with the FDA listed as a medical device and is MDSAP compliant, the OBIX Perinatal Data System Software helps hospitals to meet standards required for JCAHO, NICHD, and operates in compliance with HIPAA.

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MDSAP

 

Clinical Computer Systems, Inc.’s quality management system has been assessed and registered by Intertek Testing Services NA Ltd., a CMDCAS recognized registrar, as conforming to the requirements of ISO 13485:2016.

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Health Canada License

 

Clinical Computer Systems, Inc. has been licensed in accordance with the Medical Devices Regulations, Section 36, for the OBIX software system.

2015 EHR Module

Costs and Limitations 2015 Edition

 

OBIX versions 8.0 is compliant with the 2015 Edition Health IT Module certification, and has been certified by Drummond Group in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification criteria does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

OBIX version 8.0 was certified on December 31, 2017. Certification number: 15.04.04.1250.OBIX.08.00.1.171231

Certification criteria includes: 170.315(a)(11), 170.315(d)(1), 170.315(d)(2), 170.315(d)(3), 170.315(d)(4),
170.315(d)(5), 170.315(d)(6), 170.315(d)(7), 170.315(g)(4), 170.315(g)(5)

The following Clinical Quality Measures are certified under criteria 170.315(c)(1), 170.315(c)(2),170.315(c)(3):

  • CMS113v5 – PC-01 Elective Delivery Prior to 39 Completed Weeks Gestation
  • CMS31v5 – EHDI-1a Hearing Screening Prior to Hospital Discharge
  • CMS9v5 – Exclusive Breast Milk Feeding

No additional software was used.

Customers must purchase the relevant Notes and Forms modules to enable the following certified EHR functionality:

  • 170.315(a)(11) – Admit Form
  • CMS31v5 – EHDI-1a – Hearing Screening Prior to Hospital Discharge – Newborn Notes and Delivery Form
  • CMS113v5 – PC-01 Elective Delivery Prior to 39 Completed Weeks Gestation – Maternal Notes and Admit, Delivery, and Intraoperative Forms
  • CMS9v5 – Exclusive Breast Milk Feeding – Newborn Notes and Delivery Form

The OBIX software licensing and annual support agreement includes all software required for the remainder of the certified
EHR functionality.

There are no known limitations that a user may encounter in using the Certified Health IT’s capabilities.

2014 EHR Module

Costs and Limitations 2014 Edition

 

OBIX versions 7.1.1, 7.2, and 7.3 are compliant with the Modular EHR (Inpatient) 2014 Edition, and have been certified by Drummond Group in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification criteria does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

OBIX version 7.1.1 was certified on August 28, 2017. Certification number: 14.04.04.1250.OBIX.71.1.0.170828

OBIX version 7.2 was certified on August 28, 2017. Certification number: 14.04.04.1250.OBIX.72.1.0.170828

OBIX version 7.3 was certified on August 28, 2017. Certification number: 14.04.04.1250.OBIX.73.1.0.170828

Certification criteria for all three versions include: 170.314(a)(4), 170.314(a)(9), 170.314(a)(11), 170.314(a)(17), 170.314(d)(1),
170.314(d)(2), 170.314(d)(3), 170.314(d)(5), 170.314(d)(6), 170.314(d)(8), 170.314(g)(1), 170.314(g)(4)

No Clinical Quality Measures were tested, and no additional software was used.

Customers must purchase the relevant Notes and Forms modules to enable the following certified EHR functionality:
Triage Form – 170.314(a)(4), Admit Form – 170.314(a)(9), 170.314(a)(11), 170.314(a)(17), Triage and Admit Form – 170.314(g)(1)

The OBIX software licensing and annual support agreement includes all software required for the remainder of the certified
EHR functionality.

There are no known limitations that a user may encounter in using the Certified Health IT’s capabilities.

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