THE HOSPITAL AS INNOVATION CENTER

Modern technologies such as the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) are driving healthcare forward. Because every clinic wants to save costs, deploy its staff in a more resource-friendly manner and improve patient satisfaction. Our digital solutions pave the way for applications such as Medical Asset Tracking or the Healthcare Service Button for more efficient hospital services management – without unnecessary complication or radical intervention in hospital IT systems. This benefits specialists and patients alike.

 

HIGHLIGHTS AT A GLANCE

Recent tests by Telekom Healthcare Solutions show: there are numerous care processes that take up a lot of hospital time – up to 33 percent alone is spent by specialists searching for equipment. The Internet of Medical Things tackles challenges like these – sometimes with just the touch of a button.

  • More efficient use of time and staff
  • Increased acceptance of digital technologies
  • Optimized patient care by reducing waiting times
  • Reduced stress for medical and nursing professionals
  • Increased patient throughput thanks to better device and services management
  • Real-time localization of medical devices using Medical Asset Tracking
  • Automation of processes at the touch of a button with the Healthcare Service Button
  • Flexibly adaptable technologies and application options
  • Sophisticated IT security thanks to operation by Deutsche Telekom
  • Data protection according to European law

OUR SOLUTIONS – YOUR BENEFITS

We're bringing the Internet of Medical things to you – and ensuring your hospital manages time, staff, and financial resources more efficiently.

 

Medical Asset Tracking

Our in-hospital asset tracking solutions use IoT and sensors to accurately locate medical devices.

IoT-Button

Service management in the hospital with IoT Button automates delivery, collection and service processes – thus relieving the burden on specialist staff.

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