As the scale of hospitals and the scope of diagnosis and treatment continue to expand, in medical management centers, many hospitals still use traditional manual record management methods to manage consumables and surgical gowns. There are many types of consumables and confusing names, which can easily lead to false claims and missing records. Problems such as registration errors and difficulty in tracing items lead to heavy workloads for nurses, cumbersome work processes, and backlogs and shortages of valuable consumables, resulting in increased management costs. The core of smart medical care is "patient-oriented". It uses advanced Internet of Things technology and RFID to realize the interaction between patients and medical staff, medical institutions, and medical equipment. It gradually reaches informatization and realizes the control of every step in the operation. Real-time monitoring of data, including drug supervision, disease diagnosis and treatment, equipment management, etc.
Improve Efficiency
Smart healthcare uses automatic identification technology to track the location, quantity and status of medical equipment, items, and personnel in the hospital, thereby effectively improving work efficiency.
Improve patient care
Through big data analysis and artificial intelligence technology in smart medical care, patients' conditions can be understood more comprehensively and accurately, and corresponding treatment plans can be provided, thereby improving the success rate of treatment.
Improve security
Smart medical technology can be used to track and supervise medical equipment and drugs, ensure patient medication safety, and avoid equipment failures and accidents.