Today we find our clients have specific Digital Health problems they are trying to solve. Often this is through a combination of unique hardware for data acquisition, IoMT software and AI software that can interpret the data and offer insights to clinicians. Other times it is a requirement to modernise while maintaining support for existing systems.
We bridge the gap for Healthtech interoperability. We have expertise in the areas of clinical data acquisition and storage, secure transmission and data interoperability. Our software solutions and services provide a frictionless path to integrate your devices into digital healthcare systems and gain a competitive advantage by achieving healthcare connectivity.
We employ up-to-date, future-proof technology standards such as FHIR, HL7 and SMART on FHIR to advise and assist in identifying, developing, providing, and maintaining solution architectures for complex systems. We work with partners like AWS, Microsoft and Google to ensure scalability, standards compliance and uninterrupted availability.
The Internet of Things, or IoT, is a network of devices and objects connected to the internet. This connection allows these devices to collect and share data. IoT devices are becoming increasingly common in our homes, workplaces, and everyday lives.
IoMT stands for the Internet of Medical Things, referring to IoT devices in the healthcare industry.
IoMT devices are still in their early stages, but they have already begun to impact the healthcare industry. Healthcare professionals can leverage IoMT devices to monitor patients’ vital signs, track their medication compliance, and even provide remote patient monitoring.
IoMT devices provide patients with real-time data for tracking health metrics and trends. If a particular vital/essential, such as heart rate, falls into an abnormal pattern, the device can alert the patient and suggest they seek medical help.
For healthcare providers, IoMT devices offer a complete picture of a patient’s health, including data that may be difficult to obtain through traditional means. IoMT devices can also help to improve the efficiency of care delivery and reduce the need for multiple tests and procedures.
Some common examples of IoMT devices include:
IoMT aims to improve healthcare with faster and more accurate diagnoses. At the same time, IoMT can also reduce costs and deliver healthcare services more efficiently.