Recipient of the 2013 Branham300 'Top 25 Canadian Up and Coming ICT Companies' Award
  • The Leadership Challenge


    How Effectively 

    Do Patients Move Through

    Your Hospital?

    The Leadership Challenge
  • The Leadership Solution


    Get Real-time Control

     The Oculys Suite of
    mobile decision-support tools 
    deliver 360° visibility into your 
    hospital operations and patient flow practices


    The Leadership Solution
  • MARY
    Mobile Analytics Repository

    Real-time, mobile-decision support application
    for your Patient Status and Bed Resource availability needs


    Anytime. Anywhere. Any Device.

    MARY <br /> Mobile Analytics Repository
  • ED Wait Times


    How Long

    Will I Have To Wait

    In Emerge?

    ED Wait Times

Take the Pulse of Your Healthcare Organization in Real-time


Hospitals are struggling to be operationally efficient. The need to manage patients as they navigate through hospital services is consistently challenged by multiple, disparate clinical information management systems charting their varied progress.

Real-time Visibility

Administrators need to know how efficiently patients move through their hospital at any point in time. The Oculys suite of applications provides real-time visibility of patient flow and resourcing not only across your hospital departments but also across your hospital enterprise.

Extracting Key Data

By extracting key data from your clinical information systems and, without exposing any personal health information, Oculys drives the vision for a simple, practical and consolidated view of your operations making real-time, mobile decision-making possible.


Don Shilton, President
St. Mary’s General Hospital
Kitchener, Ontario

“MARY helps me take the pulse of the hospital at any time of day or night. It is the first thing I look at when I wake up in the morning”


Leslie Slabon, Clinical Manager
St. Mary's General Hospital
Kitchener, Ontario

“MARY promotes team atmosphere! If a bed is available, you can now see it and the activities in the hospital are now transparent.”