Helping to Improve Patient Outcomes

Welch Allyn has been your partner in the hospital environment for many years, and over time, we’ve come to focus specifically on general care floors, where the largest patient to nurse ratio exists. We’ve studied the workflows and challenges in this area, and through practical innovations, provide you with the solutions and information you need to help improve patient outcomes, reduce risk to your facility and improve your bottom line.

By helping you to respond earlier to patient deterioration and giving you the accurate information you need, where and when you need it, we can help you to reduce respiratory failure, errors in vitals documentation, hospital-acquired infections, falls and pressure ulcers. Together we can help to improve the patient experience while under your care.

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Vitals Management

Connex® Clinical Surveillance allows clinicians to proactively view patient status 24/7, helping them to respond earlier to patient deterioration. The Connex System integrates into your hospital’s network infrastructure for ease of deployment, and builds on your existing vital signs workflow to give clinicians immediate access to the critical data they need to help keep their patients safe.

Depending on your patient population, you choose the level of surveillance that matches your needs then deploy them bed-by-bed or floor-by-floor. The Connex® Vital Signs Monitor can be configured as a simple spot-check device or a spot-check and continuous monitor, measuring pulse rate, continuous pulse oximetry and temperature. In addition, the Connex Vital Signs Monitor can be configured with additional technology to help improve or reduce: Falls, Pressure Ulcers, Respiratory Distress, EMR Documentation, Early Warnings/Detection

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New ECRI Report

More and more hospitals are realizing the importance of continuous monitoring in their non-critical care areas. A new ECRI Institute report, "Low-Acuity Continuous Monitoring" details the most popular systems (including etCO2 and contact-free systems), the most requested low-acuity monitoring system manufacturers, and recommendations for hospitals considering such systems.

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Blood Pressure Management

We offer a wide range of blood pressure cuffs to standardize across all facilities, help reduce cross-contamination and reduce environmental impact. Plus, our patented FlexiPort® technology helps to greatly reduce your SKU inventory and clinical frustration while reducing added costs. 

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Our blood pressure cuff solutions can help to reduce C-Diff rates by 53%

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See how we saved a hospital system nearly $140,000 each year in excess inventory.

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Thermometry

As the global leader in thermometry technology, you can be assured that you’re getting the most accurate, highest-quality products on the market. And don’t just take our word for it. Ask most vital sign device companies, and they’ll tell you they include Welch Allyn thermometry technology in their offerings as well. 

Our thermometry solutions: 

  • Help you avoid cross-contamination, due to removable probe wells and disposable probe covers
  • Take fast, accurate temperature readings

Other Hospital Solutions

Below you'll find additional products and solutions for you to explore. These are ideal for general care floors and emergency departments as well as busy clinics.


If you are a VA hospital or government-owned hospital click here.

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