Precision medicine is more than genomics, proteomics and metabolomics, it is providing the right intervention at the right time and with the right quantity designed for a patient's specific physiologic state.

Intensive care is a leading source of healthcare costs due to the human resources presently required to manually deliver care, and costs associated with preventable complications of suboptimal patient management. Much of this care can be automated through artificial intelligence-driven diagnostic and management algorithms controlling robotically-driven care delivery devices.

PACC-MAN represents a “critical care internet of things (IoT)” where multiple interconnected devices work together to provide precision care. PACC-MAN’s automation improves value by decreasing costs and improving clinically relevant outcomes.