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Technology changing healthcare design process

March 28, 2018

New technologies are helping simplify healthcare design choices, according to an article on the Medical Construction & Design website.

New tools include indoor GPS tracking systems that help to better understand doctor and nurse workflows and virtual reality. 

Indoor GPS systems allow personnel and assets to be tracked and monitored on a job site in real time via a mobile device.

Plus, technology such as cloud computing, virtual reality, drones and IoT sensing devices are helping construction project teams collaborate and build more efficiently.

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