Using medical wearable sensors to prevent cross-infection between patients and caregivers by providing automated vitals monitoring.
- Avoid patient and caregiver contact and proximity
- Staffing shortages present patient care challenges
- Limited IT infrastructure in patient rooms
Shanghai Public Health Clinic CenterModeled after the SARS outbreak, SPHCC contains special wards designed to limit cross infection and to provide more efficient treatments. SPHCC is designated as the primary treatment center in Shanghai, and confirmed patients from area hospitals are also sent to the hospital for quarantine and treatment.
- VivaLNK has developed a continuous monitoring solution that automates the tracking of changes in patient vitals
- IoT enabled medical wearable sensors used to remotely transmit data to a central monitoring system
- Medical staff monitors patients from a central location, avoiding contact, and responding to changes proactively
"Deploying [the VivaLNK] technology ensures our local health system is prepared to handle the patient flow while maintaining superior care to those in need."
Walt Vernon, CEO of Mazzetti