DocBox, Inc. Awarded $6.0 Million Department of Defense Contract
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DocBox to Demonstrate Standards-Based Integrated Clinical Environment Manager Utilizing Nationwide Health Information Network Data at the Point of Care
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DocBox, Inc. Awarded $1.6 Million Department of Defense Contract
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$10 Million NIH Quantum Grant Awarded to Interoperability Team Led by Dr. Julian Goldman
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A New Standard Addresses the Interconnectivity of Medical Devices in Hospitals and Beyond
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DocBox is developing an innovative clinical process management solution for hospitals that promises to help clinicians eliminate medical mistakes, improve clinical work flow and processes, and free up much of the time spent on administrative duties so that they, and particularly nurses, can focus on providing care.

Health Care is the combination of many systems including people, information systems, medical devices and most importantly the patient. Designing any part of a system without an understanding of how it will be used within the system will cause unintended consequences. Designing safety into the system is key to preventing adverse events and can be done by analyzing processes and work flow and designing in interlocks where mistakes could occur.

DocBox is exploring the integration of innovative technology with medical devices. One of DocBox's primary goals is to save the valuable time of the most important asset in health care, the clinical staff.  By working towards eliminating manual documentation of many standardized health care processes, clinical staff can spend less time transcribing data and more time taking care of patients.

DocBox solves these problems by addressing the following areas:

Medical Device Integration and Management Decision Support & Enabling Evidence Based Medicine

Safety Interlocks & Smart Alarms