TriageGO is a clinical decision support tool, embedded into the EHR, that supports the triage nurse by applying artificial intelligence to recommend an acuity-level.
There is no change in workflow at intake. TriageGO utilizes the patients' demographics, chief complaint, vital signs, and medical history (if available), and evaluates the risk of:
1. Critical Care Outcome
2. Emergent Procedure
Saving Valuable Time
Saved from door to admit decision1
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A Decision Support Tool That Helps Your Staff Improve Triage Accuracy TriageGO provides a consistent, risk-driven triage alternative to subjective and variable ESI.
Count on more consistent and precise clinical documentation at triage to help you:
- Smooth and increase patient flow to high-efficiency, fast-track pathways with reliable identification of low-risk patients 1,3
- Reduce “three-iage” with fewer ambiguous Level 3s 3
- Reduce arrival-to-disposition decision time to unlock capacity 1
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1. Levin S, Toerper M, Hinson J, Gardner H, Henry S, McKenzie C, Whalen M, Hamrock E, Barnes S, Martinez D, Kelen G. Machine-Learning Based Electronic Triage: A Prospective Evaluation. Ann Emerg Med. 72(4), S116. https://www.annemergmed.com/article/S0196-0644(18)31035-7/fulltext
2. Data last analyzed at Johns Hopkins Health System on 2-4-2021 (Unpublished)
3. Levin S, Toerper M, Hamrock E, Hinson J, Barnes S, Gardner H, Dugas A, Linton B, Kirsch T, Kelen G. Machine Learning-Based Triage More Accurately Differentiates Patients with Respect to Clinical Outcomes Compared to the Emergency Severity Index. Ann Emerg Med. 71(5):565-574, 2018. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28888332/
5. Smalley CM, Meldon SW, Simon EL, Muir MR, Delgado F, Fertel BS. Emergency Department Patients Who Leave Before Treatment Is Complete. West J Emerg Med. 2021 Feb 26;22(2):148-155. doi: 10.5811/westjem.2020.11.48427. PMID: 33856294; PMCID: PMC7972384.