IoT Healthcare Devices
- Domestic manufacturing and supply chain integration
- Exceptionally strong lifecycle management
- Broad base of core platforms
- 3PL, controlled products and integration services
MultiTech enables medical equipment from defibrillators to hospital equipment to home care devices for improved:
Equipment maintenance and reliability
IoT healthcare devices can provide an alert when their power is running low. This provides both the patient and the healthcare provider with the peace of mind they need to know that their devices won’t stop working unexpectedly.
Quality of care
The speed, efficiency and accuracy of IoT medical devices add up to an important purpose — improving health outcomes for patients. MultiTech’s IoT solutions enable healthcare professionals to monitor patient wellbeing in a way that simply was not possible in the past. Using a network of connected IoT devices, patients receive continuous care. The accuracy and speed of this technology add peace of mind to daily life for patients with a wide range of conditions.
Quality of Life
IoT solutions can provide patients with a higher quality of life on a daily basis. Improved connectivity eliminates the need for frequent doctor visits, allowing the patient to live with a higher level of independence. If the patient is using an IoT device for any type of health monitoring, they also won’t need to meticulously keep track of health changes, as this information will live in the data. IoT devices can help patients live more independently, making daily life more enjoyable without sacrificing any quality in care.
Types of IoT Healthcare Devices
One of the advantages of IoT in healthcare is the wide range of possible applications. There are many diseases and conditions that IoT devices can be used to monitor and analyze.
Common applications that leverage IoT connectivity include:
- Tracking battery levels on AEDs
- In-home dialysis
- At-home cardiac monitoring
- Aesthetic fat burning or freezing
- Wound care
- Telehealth applications
- Post-surgery monitoring
- Glucose level monitoring
- Blood coagulation testing
- Prescription management
- Heart rate monitoring
- Emergency response sensors
This is by no means a comprehensive list — MultiTech devices provide the foundational basis OEMs need to create healthcare IoT solutions that had never existed in the past. This new device landscape presents an exciting opportunity for medical manufacturers who want to make the most of increased connectivity for patients.