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Smart Hospitals Market Research

by Global Market Research Analyst

Digitization, automation, and technological enablement are profoundly affecting industries today. It is no exception when it comes to healthcare delivery. In addition to short-term reasons such as cost control and efficiency optimization, long-term factors such as improved accuracy and fewer errors encourage the adoption of new technologies. The whole paradigm of care delivery is changing, and the changes will probably accelerate in the years to come.

In turn, hospitals at the center of healthcare delivery systems are seeking or being forced to redefine themselves. There have been many recent attempts at transforming cities into "smart" cities by implementing new technologies. Despite a rapidly evolving healthcare delivery system where hospitals no longer play a central role, the U.S health systems prioritize financial recovery and innovation following the pandemic.

According to the market database, Samsung Electronics America has unveiled its latest innovations for transforming hospitals and healthcare facilities through technology. The company offers various healthcare solutions, including NT690U Series television. The NT690U can inform and educate patients more efficiently and effectively with educational videos and interactive content when paired with pillow speakers.

Samsung and Logitech have partnered to offer foundational and easy-to-manage telehealth solutions to advance patient care regardless of location. They have designed complementary systems to improve collaboration and productivity in any healthcare environment. The collaboration devices from Logitech include Meetup, an all-in-one conference camera with a 120-degree field of vision, and BRIO, which supports UHD video conferencing with 5x digital zoom in FHD. The market database states that healthcare providers and patients can choose from Samsung's range of secure mobile devices.

A Samsung phone can consolidate multiple clinical apps in a smart hospital, allowing it to run multiple applications at once. In addition to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act-compliant device security, Samsung's healthcare devices include Samsung Knox. It is a government-certified module that encrypts Protected Health Information (PHI) on Samsung devices. As part of the company's Grants Support Program, hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare organizations receive information about grants, custom funding, and consulting to support their development of project ideas, getting technology-rich projects funded, and extending their projects.

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