The Internet of Medical Things can improve patient care, clinical management

January 7, 2019

The U.S. healthcare market is deploying Internet of Things networks to boost patient care, provide more value-based services and offer more personalized medicine, according to an article on the Healthcare Informatics website.

The potential for an Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) includes smart sensors such as patient wearables and medical devices are connected to resources that detect issues in real time. 

Plus, comprehensive, IoMT-based ER resource tracking systems offer reductions on a real-time basis.

It can also support patient, staff, and supply management. If the ER needs a defibrillator, an IoMT can tell if it’s been left in a nearby ER suite, for instance. 

Read the article.

 

 

See the latest posts on our homepage


Share

Topic Area: Information Technology


Recent Posts
Recent Posts

Hospitals use online matchmakers to exchange supplies


Online platforms have emerged to match hospitals that need masks, gowns and ventilators with those that have extras

5/22/2020

US says it won’t use Russian ventilators after deadly hospital fire


Russia stopped using them following a fire in a St. Petersburg hospital that killed five patients with Covid-19

5/22/2020

Nursing home won't allow granny cam in resident's room


Family asking for camera during Covid lockdown

5/22/2020

Focus: Infection Control

Hospital procedural change blamed for 6 nurses testing positive


Syracuse hospital told nurses it was no longer necessary to wear N95 masks and that surgical masks are enough

5/22/2020

Blog

Mastering the master planning process


Evolving market requires new master planning approaches

5/22/2020





Post Comment




FREE
NEWSLETTER

News & Updates • Webcast Alerts • Building Technologies

All fields are required.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.