GE HealthCare and AirStrip, a vendor-agnostic clinical surveillance technology company announced a joint commercialization agreement. GE HealthCare is now the exclusive distributor of AirStrip Cardiology and Patient Monitoring solutions in the U.S., offering data visualization technology that healthcare systems can purchase together.

AirStrip is a mobile application that allows clinicians to see clinical data on mobile devices and the web. With one-touch access, clinicians can access cardiac rhythm strips and 12-lead ECGs, view multiple patients simultaneously, receive STEMI notifications, and communicate with the care team. 

The combination of GE HealthCare and AirStrip provides a tightly integrated toolset under one solution. It brings together the wide range of GE HealthCare’s ECG, cardiac output, and patient monitoring products with AirStrip’s advanced data visualization and monitoring capabilities – all available to clinical care teams on mobile devices and the web. 

Additionally, healthcare systems can benefit from access to GE HealthCare’s Outcomes Delivery Team, who provide program management support through clinical and technical implementation with ongoing customer success metrics. Healthcare systems can work with the Outcomes Delivery Team during the purchasing process to establish performance benchmarks and evaluate results.

Pairing GE HealthCare’s technology and AirStrip allows remote collaboration to be at the forefront, enabling clinicians to view patient data from a distance and view multiple patients on one screen by level of priority. With a focus on streamlining and optimizing in-patient care solutions, this collaboration is designed to provide a combined offering that helps increase clinical staff productivity, collaboration, and communication.

“We are thrilled to advance our collaboration with GE HealthCare by committing to a much deeper integration between their exceptional patient monitoring and our mobile and web clinical surveillance,” said Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, AirStrip CEO. “Leveraging GE HealthCare’s platform, we will be able to offer a joint solution that empowers clinical teams to receive clinical and vital signs information remotely in near real time and effectively deal with constraints on clinical resources while enhancing clinicians’ user experiences.”

The joint commercialization of GE HealthCare and AirStrip’s Cardiology and Patient Monitoring solutions are currently available in the U.S.