Smart Health

Increasing quality of healthcare with IoT

The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), also known as eHealth or Smart Health, is an increasingly common concept in healthcare. With solutions ranging from real-time asset tracking to smart mattresses, smart technology in hospitals and other healthcare facilities increases the quality of healthcare, optimizes operational processes, increases efficiency, and improves the entire patient, employee, and visitor experience.

As the pressure on healthcare providers continues to increase, these solutions are making a vital contribution to the challenges of both today and the future.

Track equipment real-time

Track equipment real-time

Accelerate care processes

Accelerate care processes

Monitor remotely

Monitor remotely

Personalized care

Personalized care

Remote Biometric Monitoring

Remote patient monitoring is at the forefront of implementing IoMT solutions in healthcare. IoMT-based biometrics allows healthcare professionals to remotely monitor the health and well-being of their patients. For example, a sensor can track a patient’s heart rate, blood pressure, and temperature with a wearable device while a software system collects and analyzes all the data and converts it into actionable recommendations. If a patient’s heart rate rises suddenly, a doctor is automatically alerted; as long as the patient’s condition is stable, the physician is free to devote his or her time to other patients.

Simple solutions such as these offer clear benefits for both the caregiver and the patient, such as reduced workload, improved quality of healthcare, and a better patient experience.

Biometrische monitoring op afstand
Zorg verplaatsen naar thuis

Moving care to home

With the advent of smart technology and smaller sensors, it is becoming easier to create a home system that helps the sick and the elderly and provides a reliable form of 24/7 care without the need for frequent visits from doctors or nurses. By placing sensors in the home, furniture, and appliances, a smart system can recognize the individual’s activities, remind him or her to take medicine, detect a fall, monitor health parameters, collect medical data and alert a professional if necessary.

As a result, the patient can stay at home rather than being moved to a care center or hospital.

Improving care processes

In addition, there are great opportunities in the field of medical equipment and asset monitoring. For example, with built-in monitoring and integrated smart building infrastructure, you can track the location and use of assets. From real-time tracking of critical medical devices to patient locating and alarm systems, embedded monitoring, and smart systems can significantly increase efficiency and optimize the entire operational process of your healthcare facility.

In a busy, large hospital, with staff performing different tasks for different patients or colleagues in different locations, direct access to the right device can ease the load, leading to significant time and cost savings.

Zorgprocessen verbeteren

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