Connected Devices and the Future of Healthcare
Techsense Team I 11:39 am, 20th October
The global pandemic accelerated virtual medicine a lot faster than what was expected. Globally, hospitals and healthcare organizations are embracing internet-enabled medical technologies to improve patient care. Physical consultations have given way to telemedicine, thanks to the Internet of Things. It has now become possible for healthcare professionals to monitor patients' health remotely and make real-time recommendations. IoT has vastly improved preventative and emergency care. Patients also report higher levels of satisfaction because medical appointments are now more efficient than before.
Mieux suivre et accompagner les patients à distance
POST I 4:46 pm, 8th September
En ayant recours à des services de connectivité mobile, l’accompagnement médical évolue. L’utilisation des objets connectés, par exemple, sert le développement de services de téléassistance. D’autres permettent un meilleur suivi des paramètres vitaux des patients à distance, dans la durée, pour prévenir les risques, mieux comprendre les problématiques de santé de chacun ou intervenir plus efficacement. Bienvenue dans l’ère de la télémédecine.
We have now a blueprint for a digital healthcare platform! What’s next?
NTT I 11:33 am, 6th September
Driven by the agility of a smaller country, Luxembourg is clearly one of the innovative places in Europe when it comes down to healthcare. Knowing that the enabling factor for innovation in healthcare is data, regulations on real world patient data are more important than ever. Pseudonymization and anonymization of patient data are the enablers for the success in this important domain.
VR in healthcare to grow 35% annually
Techsense team I 1:40 pm, 18th January
While VR and its even more immersive sibling, augmented reality, have been slowly trickling into the field of medicine in recent years, it wasn’t until 2021 that the dam broke and let loose a flood of AR and VR into the industry.