Patient Monitoring and Decompensation

Through visual analytics and human-machine teaming principles, we leverage advancing technology to improve physicians’ and clinicians’ abilities to monitor their patients.



Mike Rayo

Dane Morey

Morgan Reynolds

Christine Jefferies

Ryan Gifford

Morgan Fitzgerald

Kassidy D’Annolfo


Related Publications:

Horwood, C., Moffatt-Bruce, S. and Rayo, M. (2019), “Continuous Cardiac Monitoring Policy Implementation: Three-year Sustained Decrease of Hospital Resource Utilization”, Structural Approaches to Address Issues in Patient Safety (Advances in Health Care Management, Vol. 18), Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 159-171.

Rayo, Michael & Mansfield, Jerry & Eiferman, Daniel & Mignery, Traci & White, Susan & Moffatt-Bruce, Susan. (2015). Implementing an institution-wide quality improvement policy to ensure appropriate use of continuous cardiac monitoring: A mixed-methods retrospective data analysis and direct observation study. BMJ Quality & Safety. 25. 10.1136/bmjqs-2015-004137.

Horwood, Chelsea & Moffatt-Bruce, Susan & Fitzgerald, Morgan & Rayo, Michael. (2018). A qualitative analysis of clinical decompensation in the surgical patient: Perceptions of nurses and physicians. Surgery. 164. 10.1016/j.surg.2018.06.006.

Horwood, Chelsea & Rayo, Michael & Fitzgerald, Morgan & Balkin, E. & Moffatt-Bruce, Susan. (2018). Gaps Between Alarm Capabilities and Decision-making Needs: An Observational Study of Detecting Patient Decompensation. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care. 7. 112-116. 10.1177/2327857918071028.