Detect and predict hemodynamic instability ahead of vital signs from a single, continuous ECG lead
AHI System on Multiple Devices
Clinically useful hemodynamic status

The AHI System delivers real-time hemodynamic status and trends with no nurse burden in a zoomable at-a-glance multi-patient dashboard. Continually updated summary indicator of a patient’s future risk of hemodynamic instability, with clinically actionable lead-times ahead of vital signs. Better prioritization, intervention, and patient disposition decisions.


No data entry required! The AHI System automatically collects real-time physiologic input from existing bedside, telemetry, and wearable ECG monitors to provide continuous updates with no nurse burden.

“AHI is derived from the purity of an ECG. No manual assessments like those that make other early warning systems useless.”


Using standard existing ECG electrodes, AHI surveillance is non-invasive, getting all the benefits of continuous monitoring while avoiding the risks of invasive monitoring, with no blood pressure checks required!


With a dashboard updated every 2 minutes, AHI provides the known benefits of continuous monitoring for detecting signs of hemodynamic instability or stability versus typically intermittent, noisy, and inaccurate vital signs monitoring.
“Nurses don’t have time to update patients’ vitals and assessments every two minutes. This gives us a way to see that a patient is stable on a regular basis with easy access.”

Easy to interpret

Simple red, yellow, green outputs are as easy to interpret as a traffic light. Binary output enables a clinician to quickly identify patients who are showing signs of hemodynamic stability or instability and the opportunity to increase vigilance, if appropriate.

Easily customized for each user

AHI’s multi-patient dashboards are easily customized to focus on the right group of patients for each healthcare professional, ranging from just their assigned patients for a bedside nurse to potentially hundreds of patients across multiple units for an RRT team, virtual care center, or overnight physicians. 

Users can monitor all patients in a location, or filter down to focus only on those showing concerning signs of hemodynamic instability or increased likelihood of future episodes of hemodynamic instability.

And AHI remembers your preferred settings each time you login with your normal hospital issued username and password.

Accessible anywhere, anytime

View on any modern internet browser, whether on the wall, on a desktop computer, or on a mobile tablet or smartphone.

Whether through visual alert on-screen, or via a message from the hospital’s unified communications system, AHI provides an early warning to enable calm intervention and confident disposition.

Easy to learn and adopt

Proven by dozens of clinicians, there is NO training required.

Once you have completed logging in the first time, you have completed onboarding and are ready to start taking advantage of AHI. Get everyone up-to-speed quickly and painlessly to begin identifying at-risk patients in minutes, without needing to learn how to interpret the nuances of an ECG tracing.

For those who desire more support, there are optional bite-sized on-demand videos and a fully populated Help Center.

“Just install it and they would start to use it.”

An AI eye-in-the-sky safety net for clinical teams

A safety net to cope with staffing shortages and turnover. Fast, effective shift changes for care continuity. Better resource management. Proactive rather than disruptive crisis care. The confidence that comes from an extra pair of eyes always watching your patients.

AHI is the new standard for detecting and predicting hemodynamic instability. Contact us to learn more.

Thought this was really easy. User friendly. Normally we have in-services; I feel like if you missed that you'd be just fine.

Critical Care/RN

Nurses don’t have time to update patients' vitals and assessments every two minutes. This gives us a way to see that a patient is stable on a regular basis with easy access.

Step Down/RN

This tool can help determine where patients go [in the hospital] and how we should treat them, potentially changing admission flow, freeing up capacity and reducing length of stays.


We have a couple of teams dabbling in "early warning" models, but they have not distilled it down to a single ECG lead!

Chief Medical Officer

It would help me assign patients to nurses, knowing where the “hot-spots” are, and guide me to maintain an equal workflow with my nurses.

Critical Care/Charge RN

Just install it and they would start to use it.

Critical Care/RN