Making hospitals digitised, automated and Smart

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The challenge faced by many hospitals is in finding and monitoring health devices and equipment across large estates, in a time-controlled manner. When medical equipment is required quickly you do not want front-line staff such as doctors and nurses spending a large amount of time trying to equipment.


Technologies currently used by hospitals to try and solve this include barcodes and sometimes RFID tags, however the data produced is historical and can be highly inaccurate. This is because the moment you log a location the equipment is then moved a few minutes later and therefore untraceable.

Our solution uses the latest AI and IOT technology to automate this process in real-time so that it doesn't rely on inaccurate processes. Our platform can reduce the time it takes front-line staff to find medical equipment which means more time for patient care. In addition it can also lead to significant cost savings for hospitals as they reduce wastage from over-ordering and losing equipment. 

Furthermore, we are able to monitor the condition of equipment so that if it is dropped or bumped a warning is sent to say that there could be possible damage. We can also monitor for temperature and humidity, alongside other factors such as oxygen, light and sound if required. 

Finally via our platform, we are able to produce asset efficiency and risk reports so that both staff and management can produce accurate asset acquisition and risk models. Contact us for more information.

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Improved Patient Care

Spend more time caring for patients and not trying to find equipment and drugs.

Improved Productivity & Efficiency 

Know where and when problems might arise and take action to mitigate issues.

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Automated Reporting 

Produce regular reports so that hospitals can model asset risk and efficiency. 

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