The goal of many companies we met at ConhIT is to improve healthcare operational processes in all the possible ways. We decided to study peculiar digital solutions for the healthcare industry.
Lowteq’s products provide modules for documentation of the medical data. They operate in various healthcare spheres, like anesthesia, intensive care, emergency, administration, reporting, billing, and scoring. With such functionality, practitioners get a flexible access to the data collected at all their workstations, enabling uniform information status.
Exceet Secure Solutions enables machine-to-machine communication through the IoT technologies, helping their clients switch to new business models and develop new products.
mediDok supports an Image and Documentation archive for all the medical spheres. They provide a solution for electronic archiving all the document types, as well as, connection to different image sources.
Another company to improve clinical documentation is Meona. It saves the time of the medical staff, increasing nursing quality, profitability, and simplifying workflows.
Tiani Spirit improves the process of medical information exchange with strict compliance with all the existing standards. They provide a flexible access to the data and an easy export option. The access to the health data is restricted to the doctors only, patients can check their personal medical information, too.
MESO company is an expert in the medical image archiving and reporting. Their product SonoWin transfers data between imaging devices and hospital information systems. They can also boast of Dicom for all image sources, IBox Touch, Dicom camera, etc.
ITRSoftware has a wide range of products dedicated to improving the healthcare workflow, too. They developed patient administration system, including reservation, billing, and statistics; paper free patient data and profiles; scheduling system, and much more.
Richard Wolf company develops medical technology in the endoscopy sphere. They employ the latest HD technologies (ENDOCAM Logic HD) to make the imaging field even better.
Agfa deals with eHealth and Digital Imaging, in particular, PACS, image exchange, hospital information system, digital radiography, care cycle monitoring and coordination, and many other features that make doctors’ and patients’ life easier.
eBody products provide practitioners with relevant information on a patient at a glance, as well as, planned, completed, and performed nursing activities, appointments, arrangements, and findings. It also manages planning patients’ admission and discharge, like graphic bed planning and reservation.
To sum up, the healthcare industry is going to be even better in the upcoming future. Being its active participants, we are eagerly waiting for this.