Can a tiny, wearable device help save lives and potentially $Billions?

After more than 18-million hours on more than 150,000 hospitalized patients, independent analyses show the LEAF Patient Monitoring System helps prevent painful and life-threatening pressure injuries. In fact, several institutions reported reductions of up to 85% in sacrococcygeal hospital-acquired pressure injuries (HAPIs). 

This whitepaper details how LEAF reminders sent wirelessly from the wearable sensor to a display at the nurses’ station, have been shown to exceed turn protocols from the national average of 48% to a turn adherence rate of 98%. If each HAPI represents an average financial burden of $21,767, reducing the incidence of avoidable cases could save the average hospital hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars each year.

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