The pandemic, due to the novel COVID virus, has raised difficult times for the world as a whole, and the medical care industry has been taking innovative steps towards protection.
FREMONT, CA: The present times have made it challenging for all, as there is a crisis everywhere in terms of economy, employment, commodity, among others. Guarding health and ensuring survival has become the core and sole concern of the world. This, further, has raised the pressure on the medical care deliverers to an utmost critical extent. The medical facilities and hospitals have realized that protecting their employees and taking care of their health and life safety is quintessential. Hence, many medical care providing organizations are leveraging technology and its features to ensure the protection of the medical personnel.
There is a vast array of highly impressive, effective, and innovative technologies that medical facilities are using today to integrate with their protection equipment (PPE) efforts and strategies and augment the range of benefits gained. From sensors to smart detectors that are based on the internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), and more are offering proactive uses cases in the sphere of protecting the health of staff of the hospitals and clinics. These smart sensors have developed to the extent to which they can track a doctor or a nurse's routine and alert when they have not followed the basic rule of hygiene like washing hands and sanitizing at regular intervals. This technology also generates a report on objects and assets that the staff has come in physical contact with.
Technologies and their highly innovative use cases are making strides in the context of tracing contacts. This shall further add to taking every effort vested in by the medical care delivery organization forward towards fruition. Visual analytics is yet another solution that has been making miracles. Once a patient is tested positive for COVID, with the application of visual analytics, the hospital can track the staff members who handled that particular patient and provide adequate care and preventative measures.