Focus: Facility Design
Toronto healthcare facility gets smart with technology
Humber River Hospital wanted automated building and clinical systems — to be able to work together and achieve a more sophisticated level of interoperability, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website
Humber River Hospital in Toronto, Ontario, got smart with technology when it built a replacement hospital, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website. Hospital leaders wanted automated building and clinical systems to be able to work together and achieve a more sophisticated level of interoperability.
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