This Belgian event will take place on May 16 and it will be an opportunity for us to talk about the new health issues. Come and meet us on our Enovacom booth to discuss about the patient journey and the associated data:
– Interoperability: ensure the exchange and integration of patient data.
– Connectivity: collect vital signs patient data from your biomedical devices.
– Data Repository: share patient documents within your region.
Attend our conference
Connected Health: how medical devices integration can provide diagnostic benefits and improves patient outcomes?
Attend our conference around the IOT and connected biomedical devices on 16th of May at 11 am.
Today most hospitals have a core patient information system but the fact still remains that an enormous amount of data is still not available at the point of care, at the right time for clinicians to make better informed decisions. On average the majority of hospitals have more than 10 different medical devices, yet only a 1/3rd integrate with their core IT system, with only a handful of hospitals automating vital sign collection.
We will see how medical device integration through global interoperability will deliver connected medical equipment, and the real benefit behind: taking and sharing data more efficiently and accurately, making the daily job easier for frontline clinicians, and ultimately improving patient care and their care pathway,. More broadly speaking, tomorrow’s medicine will see connected medical devices on every level in healthcare facilities or at patients’ homes. It is time to act!”