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Blood Pressure (BP) measurement is captured in nearly every patient encounter and is an important factor in point of care diagnosis, patient risk stratification and medication dosing. Slight variations in technique and measurement can have a big impact.
Percentage of Americans at risk for errors in BP measurement of +/- 5 mmHg, leaving them vulnerable to the effects of missed diagnoses and misdiagnoses, including adverse drug reactions and increased risk of stroke or heart attack1
Number of Americans who would be affected by overestimating true baseline BP by 5 mmHg, leading to inappropriate treatment and unnecessary cost2
Annual costs to treat high BP in the US3
Only Midmark can offer a fully integrated point of care workflow designed to promote proper patient positioning for a more accurate BP measurement with the ability to port data directly into the EMR, eliminating transcription errors. Watch the video to learn more.
As health systems struggle to standardize care, BP inaccuracy is one of the biggest areas of concern.
Many healthcare providers still may not be following AHA recommendations for more accurate blood pressure measurement.4 If this isn’t addressed, it leaves health systems at serious risk.
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1 Calculated by 50,000,000 affected* / 307,000,000 US 2009 population** Data from: *https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2911816/ and **Census.gov