Optimal Patient Care

MobiMed has many features and functions that enable emergency staff to quickly and confidently provide patient care with the right quality. Access to clinical records, real-time monitoring of vital signs, triage and decision support and patient care pathways/resource management.

Real-Time Monitoring of Vital Signs

With real-time monitoring of vital parameters, ambulance staff gets a clear view of the health status of the patient, at the incident site or in the ambulance during transit.

Access to Medical Records

With the many integration possibilities, historical records can be made available to ambulance staff, letting them know of pre-existing medical issues, potential risks such as infectious diseases or history of violent behavior and other information relevant to the treatment.

Triage and Decision Support

MobiMed has several functions for decision support and guidance, for example, a triage module, calculation of the drug dosage, and real-time cooperation with remote staff.

The triage module supports the triage of both adults and children. Limits for vital parameters as well as possible emergency symptoms and signs are automatically adjusted depending on the age of the patient. MobiMed helps calculate the right dosage for medication.

Remote Collaboration

The real-time vital signs can be viewed remotely, by a doctor or a specialist not physically present at the incident site, which makes it possible to assist ambulance staff with further decision making and second options.

Patient Pathways / Resource management

Ambulance staff can be guided by a sequence of dynamically adapted questions that help them make the right clinical decisions. The questions also help in the decision of which receiving unit to convey the patient to and providing the receiving unit with relevant patient information before the arrival and handover.

Much, much more…

There are many other modules, features and functions that help bring optimal patient care. Please feel free to contact us for more information.

Efficient and Cost-Effective Processes

Many of the features and functions that benefit the patient also benefit the hospital operations too. Real-time monitoring of vital signs that facilitate patient record keeping (ePR) and enable remote collaboration, and resource management are but a few. The support for mass casualty incidents, the many integration and reporting possibilities are other examples that streamline processes and help an organization provide more efficient pre-hospital care.

Real-time Monitoring for Less Administration

The real-time monitoring of vital signs is essential for giving good care, and for collaborating remotely with staff not physically present. By having a real-time view of vital parameters shared remotely, expensive specialist resources can be better utilized.

The real-time data can be automatically transferred to the ePR, which makes the records more accurate as well as saves the ambulance staff’s time during handover. Instead of doing unnecessary administrative work, they get more time to provide care.

Efficient Handling of Incidents with Multiple Patients

MobiMed has support for mass casualties; accidents or incidents where multiple people are involved. MobiMed facilitates medical assessment, triage, and the prioritization of patients. MobiMed helps in the handover of each patient to the next level of care provider who assumes responsibility for the patient. The medical officer has an overall view of the patients, their triage color, what treatments have been done, and whether they have left the incident site or not.

Integration for Enriching Data and Analysis

MobiMed is designed to be integrated with other systems. It uses modern programming languages, standards, tools, and it even has a specific integration module with an extensive API. All of this makes it possible to integrate MobiMed and enrich it with data from other systems such as Summary Care Record (SCR) and the Personal Demographics Service (PDS).

The extensive integration and connectivity support also make it possible to export data from MobiMed to other tools for further analysis, which can produce insights on how to improve the efficiency of the pre-hospital operation.

Adapt to Your Organization

MobiMed is based on modules and is easily adapted to different workflows and processes. It can also be integrated with other existing systems, such as equipment used for patient monitoring and defibrillation.

Organizations can choose to start with basic functions and over time develop the system as the demands of the business increase, this translates into a startup time of weeks, not complex projects that require months to produce results.


MobiMed Emergency is full of features and functions that enable hospitals to provide pre-hospital care with great quality and efficiency. Some of these features are listed below.

Adjustable Alarm Limits

The vital signs monitor contains adjustable alarm limits used when monitoring vital signs. Critical changes of vital signs will be captured and allows for quick corrective actions.


The Ortivus patient units are IP65-classed, drop tested and are rugged to handle the rough environment at an incident site.

Stun and Wipe

Should a patient unit be lost, or stolen, it can be locked and erased remotely.

Integration with CAD

MobiMed integrates with Command Ambulance Dispatch (CAD) providers.

Reconnects Automatically

In case of poor network connectivity, all information is buffered locally and automatically synced once the network connectivity is back up.

Central Administration of Pathways

Pathways and checklists are managed centrally and pushed out to the MobiMed users, making sure that everyone has the latest information.

Related Products

MobiMed Emergency is a software platform that uses workstations, servers and other services. In the ambulance staff uses a patient unit loaded with MobiMed. They may also use the Ortivus M531 measuring unit, or other third party measuring units.

Ortivus PM-1 Patient Unit

Ortivus PM-1 and PG-1 Patient Units

Use Ortivus M531 with MobiMed running on either the PM1-1 and PG1-1 patient units. Both are rugged tablet computers that work perfectly with the M531 measuring unit. The patient units can be used to monitor patient vital signs and ECG which will seamlessly integrate with the ePR.

Ortivus M531 Portable Measuring Unit

Ortivus Portable Measuring Unit

Ortivus M531 is a lightweight, portable measuring unit for ECG, SpO2, NIBP, EtCO2 and respiration. Learn more about the measuring unit here.

Ortivus CS-1 Carrying System

Ortivus C1 Carrying System

A carrying system for the Ortivus PM1-1 patient unit and measuring unit M531, sensors and cables. Learn more about the carrying system here. Other accessories are also available.