The incorporation of the latest technology into medicine is changing the concept of patient care at all levels.
Comfort, security and trust. These are concepts inherent in the ideal of medical care. However, although these characteristics form the basis of the relationship between doctor and patient in its most classic meaning, they are gaining renewed validity in the concept of the hospital of the future. It is a reflection on tomorrow’s medicine in which the most humane treatment is combined with the latest technology to take teaching to an unprecedented level.
Companies like ours, Simlab IT wants to make available to all hospitals and training centers around the world, the possibility of incorporating Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality to their training sessions.
We offer an added value that is, convert the 6 months and many thousands of euros that currently costs to develop a lesson in virtual reality, in a matter of only 6 hours, and a few thousand euros.
A disruptive medicine
The advantages of this new paradigm for the patient are evident, and begin even before going to the consultation. It can be said, in some way, that the medical visit begins at home, at any time and without the need to “make an appointment”. The monitoring of vital parameters is becoming increasingly standardised: it is easy to see how many people wear devices that measure their heart rate or their blood pressure. So why not take advantage of these features to speed up consultations or offer useful features for the patient?
The digital transformation of their fields of action translates into a more agile and practical experience for the client both in the day-to-day life of their illness and when it comes to making their work easier for the medical team.
We offer an added value that is, convert the 6 months and many thousands of euros that currently costs to develop a lesson in virtual reality, in a matter of only 6 hours, and a few thousand euros.Simlab IT
Communication is key throughout the process, and some of the group’s most outstanding initiatives are aimed at optimising each other’s time. They are systems that, among other things, save time in administrative procedures, or consult the medical history.
But beyond these functions, the disruptive model that proposes the training of doctors with virtual reality has an impact on a more personalized medical practice, in which even tele-assistance is possible, thanks to more than 350 medical-patient care services.
Of course, technology also helps provide solutions to medical procedures. That’s why many of these new features make up an operating room that has little or nothing to do with the conventional one. For example, the concept of the hybrid operating room arises, which combines surgical techniques with the most modern radiodiagnostic systems, resulting in less invasive procedures, more agile and, in general, help shorter recovery times for the patient.
These advances are already helping patients in several hospitals in Europe and the United States.
In short, this incorporation of the latest technology to health creates a new paradigm that will change medicine in the future but which is already making people’s lives better, more comfortable and simpler.