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Here’s how hospitals can use smart technology to best support staff and patients

Today, as the healthcare landscape changes, hospitals are becoming more focused on the quality of services. Patients demand to be in the know of their health and want to participate in their well-being.

Smart hospitals are inspired by the idea that patients are customers, and they expect medical facilities to cater to their needs.

One study found that 97% of patients believe having access to their health data across providers is vital for their healthcare experience.

Several healthcare technologies are supporting this change for the industry to become more patient-centric.

Smart devices can enable virtual trials in cases where a patient is going through an extreme form of the disease. This can help reduce their visits to the hospital and help lessen the burden of a trial on them and their families.

Virtual trials use smart devices such as smartphones, tablets, and wearables to allow patients to input their vitals right from the comfort of their homes. Moreover, smart devices can facilitate care delivery to those who have been underserved due to their geographical or demographical background.

Real-Time Location Solutions (RTLS) and cloud-based systems support various productivity and efficiency goals in hospitals and medical practices. Automated back- and front-office processes reduce human activities, freeing staff to focus on direct patient care.

Likewise, web-based tracking of patient services and digital record management streamline workflows while improving accessibility.

If you are interested in starting your smart journey, get your FREE consultation now with Promptus Ltd, by visiting our homepage or contacting us via email at:

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