Current SEAL Apps
Opioid MME Visualization
Perioperative pain management may result in patients receiving multiple types of opioids. The Opioid MME App calculates the total morphine equivalent dose of all administered opioids over time and layers the data on top of patient pain scores to help clinicians more safely titrate opioids.
All incoming faxes currently go to a single queue, which has a multi-day backlog and is manually sorted. The Fast Fax system recognizes urgent faxes and triages them to a new ‘Urgent’ queue so they can be prioritized for processing, thus minimizing delay of care for these patients.
Evaluating appropriate antimicrobial treatment requires clinicians to click through multiple tabs in the EHR. With this app, clinicians can review administered antimicrobials and relevant clinical data such as laboratory values, microbiology cultures, and recent invasive procedures within one place to more easily assess serious infections.
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Previous SEAL Apps and Projects
Fuzzy or dim photos can result in delay of dermatological care. In partnership with Stanford Catalyst, SEAL developed a patient-facing responsive web app that offers immediate feedback on photo quality. Patients can retake their photos before the images are sent to the care team's inbasket in Epic.