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IoT sensors monitor the temperature of vaccines
The Internet of Things (IoT) is playing an increasing role in e-healthcare. In the COVID-19 vaccination campaign, IoT is mainly used for temperature monitoring of the vaccines.
Work smarter with collaboration tools
Fast communication between teams and with patients is vital in the health sector. Benefit from a whole range of services that improve collaboration: call center, appointment management, digitally-equipped operating rooms, etc.
A phone call can save lives!
Thanks to Fixed Mobile Unification (FMU), employees are accessible at all times on their professional number and on the device of their choice – fixed or mobile.
The patient feels at home in the hospital
Patients want the possibility to surf the net, make calls, watch their favorite programs, and consult important information about their hospital stay. This is all possible, thanks to our professional entertainment solutions.
Connected things for real-time care
Are the cooling rooms at the right temperature? When should the waste containers be emptied? This, and much more, can be monitored using sensors that send real-time information via Proximus' IoT network.
More data for a better diagnosis
With the rise of new applications, more and more data is generated. Evolving data forms the basis of a correct diagnosis. All this data has to be stored and must be easy to consult.
Informing and monitoring patients
Multimedia, medical imaging and online tools improve the way care providers collaborate with each other and with their patients. To absorb the flow of data, you need a fast and reliable network: optical fiber.
“10% remote consultation from now on”
Not only the doctors and staff at UZ Brussel, but also the patients discovered remote as a new channel. “Remote consultations can't replace everything," says CEO Marc Noppen, "although I do think that we'll continue to do about 10% of all consultations this way in the future, too.”
Connected patients become authors of their own health
Our healthcare system is behind the times, this is the diagnosis put forward by Professor Philippe Coucke of the Liège Teaching Hospital. To modernize it, there needs to be a tighter organization, more human guidance and a focus on new technologies.
How the virus turned health care on its head
The corona pandemic presented our hospitals with enormous challenges for weeks. What was the impact on our health care? And how are we going to organize this in the future? AZ Groeninge’s board members share their experiences.
Videoconferencing breaks isolation of nursing home residents
At the assisted-living center Huizeken van Nazareth, SpearIT installed videoconferencing as an alternative to family visits, which are no longer possible. Within 24 hours virtual visits were enabled for residents and family members.