Document in-hospital cardiac arrests with an
efficient, intuitive and secure tablet based solution.

Over 30% of Code Blue paper charts are lost before they can be transcribed into an EMR.

Of the paper charts not lost, 63% still contain substantive errors or are missing critical data.

During a side by side research study, EventDoc was shown to have 28% less omission errors, and 24% more critical information captured compared to paper charting. (Emerg Med J. 2014 Oct;31(10):833-9.)


Capture Critical Data

In-hospital cardiac arrest simulation trials showed that EventDoc has 28% less omission errors and captures 24% more critical information than paper charting of the same events. EventDoc enables the ability to access previously undocumented data from cardiac arrest events. The data can be reviewed for training and improvement purposes as well as proof of care for risk management.

Transition of Care

Lack of immediately accessible quality data under paper charting may lead to poor post-arrest care. Immediate access to a patient’s most recent medical history in any pre-existing EMR is available through EventDoc’s instantaneous, and secure system.

Risk Management

30% of paper charts of cardiac arrest events were lost prior to EMR transcription during a one year audit of code blue procedures at a leading academic hospital. The hospital paid out millions of dollars in settlements as a result of lack of properly documented code blue care. EventDoc eliminates the unnecessary risk of lost medical records and prevents potentially costly breaches in HIPAA compliance.

Training and Continuous Improvement

An intuitive interface allows efficient, comprehensive documentation of cardiac arrest events by a single nurse. EventDoc does more than just collect data, it creates CQI reports that can be used to ensure that resources are allocated optimally and that the best care is provided.


Patient and Family Satisfaction

Immediately accessible and detailed records increase transparency. This can lead to increased patient satisfaction, and a decrease in risk.


Care Quality

EventDoc contains built in timers, reminders and notifications. These features can increase the likelihood that ordered medications are administered and ACLS Guidelines, such as compression cycles are accurately followed.

Pediatric Capability

Pediatric codes can be challenging. EventDoc can assist with pediatric drug dosage, choosing defibrillation and cardioversion settings, and determining an appropriate endotracheal tube size.

“Very intuitive to learn…An outstanding documentation tool.” 

Cara Steinkeler, MD National Medical Director Risk Management & Patient Safety

Full Testimonial 

“One word – Genius!” 

Jessica Yanny-Moody, Assoc. Director for Patient Safety & Quality, UWMC Center for Clinical Excellence 

“EventDoc streamlines and modernizes emergency documentation taking a much needed leap into the 21st century.  I don’t know a nurse out there who isn’t looking forward to this technological advancement! “

Kimberly Jackson, Nurse, UWMC

Emergency Medicine Journal

Data captured – EventDoc versus paper documentation of real Code Blue events.

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Format Health is a digital health company that provides mobile charting solutions for frontline healthcare workers. Our flagship product EventDoc is a tablet based SaaS that enables nurses to rapidly document comprehensive data during in-hospital cardiac arrests (Code Blue).


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  • Rapid digital data entry of code blue vitals, medications and procedures.
  • The most intuitive user interface for accurate data entry.
  • Instantaneous, secure and HIPAA compliant storage of code blue documentation.
  • Immediately accessible data for transfer or analysis.
  • A complete solution that includes software, hardware, and ongoing support.


Format health applications are intended to facilitate documentation of and enhance guideline compliance during emergency medical events. the applications are not intended to be relied upon for making diagnostic or treatment decisions or used in connection with monitoring a patient.

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