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The Internet of Things has the power to transform the world of pharmaceuticals and hospitals. For manufacturers, IoT is driving leaner supply chain operations and ensuring quality and control of medical goods.

IoT in the healthcare industry

 

The Internet of Things has the power to transform the world of pharmaceuticals and hospitals. For manufacturers, IoT is driving leaner supply chain operations and ensuring quality and control of medical goods. Hospitals that develop IoT-based solutions are experiencing benefits that include decreased cost of service and improved clinical care.  

                                                                                                   

Improve quality of service   

In healthcare, connected devices can be used to continuously monitor and control illnesses allowing physicians to identify problems before they develop into serious conditions. Connected health equipment enables remote monitoring of patients by connecting homes to hospitals, allowing elderly people or patients suffering from chronic diseases to benefit from improved health and comfort. Physicians can also ensure patient adherence to prescriptions, respond quicker to negative side effects of treatments and adapt treatments over time thanks to IoT-based alarm systems that alert them of anomalies.

 

Enhance business processes

Telehealth services are benefiting medical institutions, which are able decrease operational costs by reducing the average time spent in care. Another way hospitals are drawing benefits from IoT is by connecting ambulances with sensors that provide emergency departments with real-time updates on patients' health parameters. Monitoring of patients in intensive care units can also be optimized using sensor-based devices that alert health teams of complications.

Pharmaceutical labs are increasingly using IoT solutions to optimize storage of medical products and automatically place orders if stock levels are low. During the distribution of medicine, sensors enhance the control of products: if temperature or humidity measures are out of range, alerts are sent to staff members to ensure that the quality of medical goods has not been compromised. In pharmaceutical sectors, IoT solutions are affording professionals the ability to tackle counterfeit drugs thanks to RFID tags that improve traceability of medical supplies.

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The Internet of Things has the power to transform the world of pharmaceuticals and hospitals.

Use cases

 

Qualcomm Life Weinmann

Qualcomm Life and Orange Business Services Announce Collaboration to Accelerate Growth of Wireless Halth Services in Europe.

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Orange Business Services and Weinmann develop homecareONLINE, an end-to-end telemedicine solutions for sleep apnea patients.

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LivaNova (formerly Sorin Group) and Orange Business Services launch a remote monitoring solution for patients with implanted cardiac devices in Europe.

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Ideal Life chooses Orange Business Services to add global dimension to remote health management.

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