The Middle East’s healthcare sector continues to focus on leveraging the Internet of Things (IoT) to drive world-class healthcare systems.
Honeywell’s solutions are well positioned to support this quest for healthcare innovation with technologies such as non-invasive sensors for measuring vital signs and IP-based nurse call systems.
The technology provider delivers ‘Connected Hospital’, ‘Connected Clinician’ and ‘Connected Patient’ initiatives through IoT and software solutions that integrate infrastructure, systems, clinicians, and patients to enable better care.
Norm Gilsdorf, president, Honeywell, Middle East, Russia, Turkey & Central Asia said, “Our connected healthcare solutions further integrate automated workflow solutions through more effective data management, minimising errors and increasing productivity for clinicians and hospitals, while improving the health outcomes and experience of patients.”
Solutions from the technology provider includes Nurse Call Systems – Systevo Call Ackermann, the innovative system transmits personalised alarms, documents calls and escalates alarms on several levels to ensure that patients are kept safe.
Infant Protection System, Systevo Guard, radio frequency (RF) identification is employed when the safety of infants is a top priority. Intelligent transponders allow reliable, discreet and contactless identification and localization.
Mobile Workflow Solutions for Alarm – Hygiene - and Medication Management, Systevo Mobile systems allow for positive patient ID and improved care delivery.