Healthcare

In the healthcare industry reliable inbuilding wireless connectivity is more than an amenity; it’s a necessity.

It has become imperative for medical personnel and patients to have access to a wireless network at all times, for as critical care evolves, the needs of the caregivers evolve.

With the increasingly ageing, growing global population set to push medical resources to the limit over the next two decades, there is intensifying pressure on the healthcare industry to look at new and dynamic ways to boost efficiency. Many leading healthcare providers are now embracing wireless technology and in-building wireless coverage as part of the solution to improving efficiency and communication.

Wireless Medical Technology Services (WMTS)

  • Ambulatory vital signs monitoring
  • Wireless cardiogram sensors
  • Radio Frequency Identification technology (RFID) with real time presence
  • Internet Protocol (IP) over WLAN-based communications systems

The emergence of pioneering, new mobile applications has dramatically increased the mobility and expectations of healthcare professionals, patients and their families for ubiquitous coverage wherever they may be on the healthcare campus or at home.

Improved wireless coverage across the healthcare facility brings many advantages in patient care and efficiency:

  • A wire free patient bedside with Continuous patient monitoring and mobility
  • Improved crash response times
  • Improved communication between Doctors, nursing and administration staff as well as patients and their families
  • Cell phones operate on reduced power and minimize any interference
  • Police, fire, and paramedic wireless service available throughout the hospital
  • No paging and messaging dead spots
  • Secure environment through ubiquitous public safety coverage
  • WMTS provision for all wireless technology services
  • Reduction of operational costs through optimization of your IT expenditure
  • Selective streaming of services to certain areas within the building or campus Ambulatory vital signs monitoring
  • Wireless cardiogram sensors
  • Radio Frequency Identification technology (RFID) with real time presence
  • Internet Protocol (IP) over WLAN-based communications systems
  • Consistent and accurate communication between departments, and between physicians and specialists in other locations, when a dropped call can be life-threatening.
  • Wireless data services for email and text messaging, instrumental for receiving alerts, and allowing patients to obtain necessary documents with less hassle.
  • Accurate  medical telemetry systems (WMTS) for remote patient monitoring
  • Wireless network tracking and equipment management
  • Wireless DAS provides reliable radio frequencies for communication and coordination, and the means to utilize push-to-talk (PTT) and other communication devices

Optiglow has the capacity to design a wireless platform that will undertake the deliverance of medical progression well into the future. Well executed distributed antenna systems (DAS) allow healthcare facilities such as hospitals, clinics, and the like to benefit from reliable wireless communication, thereby increasing the efficiency of staff and meeting the needs of patients.

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