In this content:
- How the project got started
- A successful implementation
- Transplanting the solution into other care units
- Convinced physicians
- The IoMT helping patient care: how can hospital gowns become intelligent?
The Vaudois University Hospital (CHUV) has always been focusing on efficiency, innovation and the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT). They took an interest in the medical device integration solution of Enovacom in 2016, to use hospital gowns with integrated vital data readers which feed directly into biomedical devices.
In this case study with interviews of Frédéric André, IT Project Manager, and Nathalie SERVAT, Head Care Unit Nurse (ICUS) at the Continuing Cardiology Care Unit & Cardiovascular Surgery Unit at the CHUV, you’ll discover how Enovacom’s solution benefits the CHUV by getting the physicians rid of the unnecessary task of reading vital signs from monitors and manually typing them into EPRs