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Best Smart Hospitals Products

Healthcare facilities that leverage cutting-edge technologies, data-driven insights, and integrated systems to revolutionize conventional healthcare delivery models, thereby elevating patient care, operational efficiency, and clinical outcomes

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Patients and family can leverage Vibe Health Engage to learn about their diagnosis, what to expect during their hospital stay, and how to care for themselves after discharge. They can also use the platform to interact with their care team and hospital staff with interactive surveys, condition-specific education, digital service requests, meal ordering, communication tools, and entertainment/relaxation. 

Engage can greet patients by their preferred name as they enter their room while customized calming content plays, setting the tone for a stay that’s as relaxing and restful as possible with personal touches. Engage helps communicate that patients are recognized not just as patients, but as people. 

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Artisight redefines the possibilities of healthcare through its Smart Hospital Platform and solutions for virtual care, quality improvement, and care coordination. Anchored in deep clinical knowledge and industry-defining artificial intelligence, Artisight’s state-of-the-art computer vision and robust multi-sensor network adapts in real-time to specific environments and workflows, unlocking previously inaccessible data and ensuring seamless integration into your healthcare ecosystem.

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Transforming the television system into a communication hub providing education, empowerment, education, efficiency, and digital enablement. Built on an open architecture that integrates with your EHR and other HIT, the IPS facilitate care collaboration amongst patients, families and providers improving outcomes and experience for patients and efficiency and job satisfaction for providers. Key features include:

  • Automated and On-Demand video education with learning verification and documentation back to the medical record
  • Patient Empowerment features including meal ordering, room lighting and temperature controls, service requests
  • Real Time Feedback surveys and service recovery shown to improve HCAHPS scores
  • Extensive entertainment included TV, feature length movies, books on tape, relaxation videos
  • Digital Whiteboards and digital door signs surface key information in real time to enhance care and communication
  • Video Connect Telepresence and Picture sharing

The pCare IPS is the 9-time winner of the Best in KLAS award in the IPS category

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LookDeep is revolutionizing telemedicine by using advanced computer vision and AI technology to help hospitals continuously monitor all patients through VisionAI™. Our pioneering zero-cost hardware model and modern, SOC2-certified software dramatically drive down the cost of inpatient video – enabling hospital-wide deployments supported by a virtual care center. AI-powered video monitoring helps tackle critical issues such as patient safety, room conditions, movement and mobility, and patient location and recovery. With LookDeep, hospitals can be present for every patient at every moment. Learn more at www.lookdeep.health.com.

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Moxi helps hospitals run 24/7 by assisting clinical staff with non-patient-facing tasks like: 

  • Running patient supplies 
  • Delivering lab samples 
  • Distributing PPE
  • Delivering medications

No infrastructure buildout, just digital learnings connected over your existing Wi-Fi, implementing Moxi is simpler than you think, and we’ll be there to guide you through every step of set-up, automation and implementation.

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Vibe Health Aware is a digital door display that integrates with the EMR to show patient precautions and notifications outside the patient room in real-time. Aware keeps care teams, visitors, and patients safe by making critical information visible in real-time. 

Dynamic alerts can notify staff in real-time when patients should be turned or addressed. Precautions such as allergies, fall risk, NPO, etc., are pulled directly from the EMR through integration. Because it comes from the source of truth, you can be sure information is accurate and reliable every time. 

Prevent costly mistakes by giving care teams instant, up-to-date information as they enter patient rooms. They’ll be fully prepared for each patient interaction with the information they need, so they can focus on providing exemplary care. 

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Digital signage solutions can display digital images, video and streaming media content in public areas for informational or advertising purposes. Take full control of your content with easy-to-use, web-based management tools.
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Vizzia’s award-winning solutions help customers track and manage assets throughout hospitals and entire health systems. In addition to real-time location systems (RTLS) and advanced software, Vizzia provides fully managed services, making sure you get the most value from your investment. With Vizzia, you can look forward to reduced equipment costs, reliable equipment availability, fewer hospital-acquired infections and more time for patient care.
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Key Environmental Monitoring Features: Conditions: Temp, RH, CO2, Pressure Temperature range: -200°C to 260°C Humidity range: 0% RH to 100% RH Regulatory compliance: FDA & NIST Automated readings: every 15 minutes Reporting: scheduled and on-demand Alert monitoring: 24/7 response team
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Oneview’s Digital Door Sign integrates directly with your EHR to display up-to-date patient information and room level precautions. Information is updated automatically based on updates in the EHR. 

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A Buyer's Guide to

Smart Hospitals

What is a smart hospital?
Healthcare facilities with embedded technologies for tracking, transport, and navigation coupled with data-driven insights to improve staff workflows and operational efficiencies while enhancing the patient experience.

Solution framework

Intelligent tracking  – Location tracking systems to monitor the movement, location, and status of patients, staff, and equipment within the hospital facilities.
Patient tracking - Systematic monitoring and documentation of patients’ geolocation and movements throughout the healthcare facility.
Staff tracking – Systematic monitoring and management of healthcare personnels’ geolocation and movements throughout the healthcare facility.
Assets and equipment tracking – Systematic monitoring and management of healthcare and equipments’ geolocation and movements throughout the healthcare facility.
Intelligent transport – Robotic solutions for automated movement of medical equipment and supplies throughout the hospital.
Medicine and supplies transport – Systems, robots, and infrastructure that allow for medical assets and materials to be moved and delivered within the healthcare facility.
Digital navigation – Digital solutions including signage and digital maps that assist patients, visitors, and healthcare personnel in navigating hospital facilities through real-time guidance and directions.
Digital signage – Electronic displays, screens, and multimedia that communicate information, provide directions, and deliver messages to patients, guests, and staff within the healthcare facility.
Digital mobile maps – Interactive mapping or platforms that are designed to assist patients, visitors, and staff in navigating the healthcare facility.
Hospital facility management system – Integrated software solutions designed to streamline the management of various aspects related to the physical infrastructure, equipment, resources, and services within the hospital facilities.
Workplace safety – Systems and technology that enable comprehensive measures and protocols that ensure the safety and security of patients and staff within the healthcare facility.
Functional technology management – Systems and technology that enable the strategic management and optimization of technology systems to support efficient functioning and prevent malfunctions.
Space and asset management – Systems and technology that enable the strategic planning, organization, and optimization of physical spaces, equipment, and resources to support efficient operations and maximize the experience and utilization of healthcare facilities.
Staff compliance – Systems and technology that enable the adherence of healthcare personnel to established policies, protocols, regulations, and best practices aimed at ensuring patients safety, improving quality of care, preventing infection control, and ensuring regulatory compliance.

Hospital Systems have an opportunity to reimagine care in building new hospitals. Take a human-centered design approach to the experiences that you are trying to create first and foremost. Collaborate closely with your architect and IT colleagues to bring the vision of the experiences to life.
Sherry Smith
—Sherry Smith
VP, Operational Transformation

The case for smart hospitals

In the realm of acute care, inefficiencies permeate the healthcare journey, stemming from disjointed processes and outdated technical infrastructures. The consequences manifest in adverse events for patients and staff. Smart hospital solutions offer a promising avenue to address these structural challenges by providing real-time visibility into patient journeys and optimizing care team collaboration.
Operational efficiency
The Acute Care journey is fraught with inefficiencies from a process standpoint, characterized by siloed, inefficient and ineffective technical infrastructure. Existing processes, policies, and EMRs currently lack the collaboration needed to drive out silos and increase planning and communication amongst providers, leading to inefficiency intake, care coordination, and care transitions. Consequently, patients experience the drawbacks of these effects with hand-off related adverse events and longer stays in the ICU. 1, 2 Implementing smart hospital solutions can address these challenges by providing real-time visibility into patient journeys and optimizing care team collaboration, thereby improving care coordination and maximizing time management. Advanced tools such as AI-based alarm management systems can reduce alarm fatigue, enabling clinicians to focus solely on critical alerts and practice at the top of their license. 3 This integration of smart technologies can help streamline patient flow, optimize intake processes, and reduce transfer delays, ultimately enhancing through-put and shortening the length of stay for patients by empowering clinicians to utilize their time and engage more effectively with patients.
Resource optimization
Legacy hospital infrastructure is not optimized for increasing patient and staff needs, leading to exacerbated capacity issues, staffing constraints, and suboptimal patient experiences. As a result, hospitals can often face challenges in ensuring that the right resources are available at the right place and time to provide timely and appropriate care to patients. This lack of resource optimization can lead to hospitals struggling with managing patient flow due to limited patient turnover and scarce availability of resources. 4 Smart hospital solutions can mitigate these challenges by optimizing resource utilization through technologies like Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) to gain more visibility into their supply chains and anticipate disruptions of their assets and medical equipment. Through this, hospitals can not only achieve significant cost savings, but also improve efficiency and staff experience, allowing hospitals to reduce wasteful usage, prevent loss, and allow staff to locate equipment quickly. 5 By streamlining workflows and reducing the shortage or misplacement of equipment, hospitals can encounter a significant improvement in cost saving, staff morale, and clinical outcomes.
Patient satisfaction
Modern healthcare faces significant challenges in patient engagement and satisfaction with siloed access to care, confusing layouts, and prolonged wait times. These problems persist due to the service quality and fragmentation of hospitals, leading patients to interact with nearly 60 employees in one stay alone. 6 Moreover, overburdened health systems struggle to meet patient needs effectively, leading to extended waiting periods and longer lengths of stay before discharge. 7 Smart hospital solutions can meet patient expectations by featuring seamless technology integrations with interactive equipment, digital signage, and mobile apps that allow for a curated and highly personalized end to end experience. 8 By embracing a patient-centered approach, hospitals can overcome existing gaps in access to care, reduce wait times, and enhance patient experiences from admission to discharge.

Key attributes of smart hospital solutions​

Intelligent tracking 
  • Real-time accuracy and reliability – Ability to sense when patients, staff, and equipment are moving within the hospital and trigger notifications or alerts when there are emergencies or deviations
  • Integration and interoperability – Integration with existing technology, such as in-room displays like Smart TVs and digital whiteboards or staff badges, that allow for seamless data collection and transfer
Intelligent transport
  • Automation and robotics – Provide secure chain-of-custody for delivery of medication, supplies, meals, and specimens throughout the hospital 24/7 without the need for human personnel
  • Scalability and flexibility – Continuously adapts to changing hospital workflows and environments where the robot assistant knows when to deliver certain supplies and can efficiently navigate the hospital layout by opening elevator doors and avoiding people and objects on its journey
  • Integration with hospital information systems – Easily track and view robotic assistants’ location, connecting to the health system WiFi, and providing visibility into real-time delivery status and history
Digital navigation 
  • Interactive and user-friendly interfaces – Easy-to-use interface with clear and concise visuals and directions that caters to a wide range of users, including those of varying ages, technological proficiencies, languages, and physical abilities
  • Real-time updates and information – Ability to reflect any structural changes within the hospital, such as temporary closures, construction, or relocation of departments
  • Seamless integration with mobile technology – Enable users to receive personalized navigation support and push notifications related to appointment reminders or changes, directing them from entrance to their specific rooms and locations within the hospital
Hospital facility management system
  • Comprehensive integration and interoperability – Integrates with EHRs, inventory management, and building automation systems to enable centralized control and monitoring of hospital facilities so administrators can access real-time data and insights across departments
  • Predictive maintenance and asset optimization – Utilize advanced analytics to monitor equipment performance and identify potential issues before they escalate
  • Enhanced safety and security measures – Implements comprehensive safety protocols and security measures, including emergency response protocols and real-time alerts and notifications to relevant stakeholders

Organizing for success with smart hospitals

The process of developing a smart hospital environment requires a curated integration of carefully chosen technologies that caters to patient and staff experiences. To ensure the success of a smart hospital initiative, it is essential for health systems to articulate their overarching objectives and establish a clear roadmap for the selection and implementation of smart technologies within a hospital infrastructure.
  1. Design the patient experience from a human-centered approach. Begin by designing from the lens of the patient and staff experience, considering what is important to them. Before finalizing blueprints, physically walk through the experience to ensure that placements of the solutions are appropriate to facilitate the desired experience.

  2. Accommodate for consumer diversity. Ensure accessibility to all people entering the hospital regardless of language or physical ability. Design an experience and journey that is inclusive of everyone in the facility.

  3. Build on top of your foundational technologies. Identify the current assets and technology you have to determine what new solutions can be built on top of them in order to optimize resources and capabilities.

  4. Do not underestimate the infrastructure. Verify that the existing hospital infrastructure is capable of accommodating the requirements and integrations of new smart hospital technologies.

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