With Internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and other rapidly developing technologies, hospitals and healthcare facilities can be truly intelligent, able to sense the needs of the users and respond accordingly.
There is tremendous potential but also significant hurdles to achieving truly smart healthcare facilities. Both time and money is limited, and healthcare leaders need to meet many other performance indicators such as:
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As a Master Systems Integrator (MSI), with deep knowledge of specific needs of healthcare vertical, we understand the challenge of managing multiple, duplicate and discrete clinical, IT and building systems under various vendors, contracts and proprietary protocols, especially in today’s every-changing technology landscape.
The delivery of the current state-of-the-art technology requires people with specialized skills to integrate systems to deliver intended outcomes over the entire life cycle: smart, secure and scalable.
Since 2003, Johnson Controls has provided products, solutions and services to over 200 public and private hospitals. Today, Johnson Controls' global healthcare business serves customers at three levels:
Requirements are becoming more stringent over the years and the demand for integrated smart hospital solutions is increasing. As Singapore’s population ages, the healthcare infrastructure needs to be even more robust.