22 10월 GE Healthcare to present the future of remote monitoring solutions in the new normal era
GE Healthcare to present the future of remote monitoring solutions in the new normal era
- Present a sustainable vision for the remote monitoring with Professor Kyung-Hwan Kim of the Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery at Seoul National University Hospital at the K-Hospital Fair 2020
- Share the best practice of Seoul National University Hospital’s Mungyeong Treatment Center and introduce ‘Mural’, the optimal remote monitoring solution for the post COVID-19 era
Seoul, October 22, 2020 — GE Healthcare Korea held the hospital management leadership briefing under the theme of ‘The future of Remote Monitoring Solutions in the New Normal Era’ at the K-Hospital Fair 2020 that was held since 21st at the COEX in Samseong-dong, Seoul, Korea.
At the briefing, Professor Kyung-Hwan Kim of the Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery at Seoul National University Hospital, who took the lead in preparing for the post COVID-19 era, introduced a case study of the Mungyeong treatment center. Seoul National University Hospital used advanced IT and digital solution at the living and treatment support center in Mungyeong, North Gyeongsang province, that was operated for the asymptomatic and mild patients of COVID-19 this year. By adopting the digital solution, the medical professionals in Seoul were able to remotely monitor the patients at the center, which resulted in minimizing the risk of infection transmission and increasing the safety of patients and the efficiency.
GE Healthcare introduced ‘Mural’, the clinical remote monitoring solution with integrated data for the Infection-Severe-Emergency patients that builds a remote monitoring network through high fidelity big data management for the post COVID-19 era.
Professor Kyung-Hwan Kim of the Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery at Seoul National University Hospital said, “In a situation where there is a concern about the COVID-19 and the twindemic of the flu, the infectious disease management system through advanced digital solutions is becoming an important national agenda. I hope that many of these remote monitoring systems will be built as a new paradigm shift is required for the healthcare industry today.”
GE Healthcare Lifecare Solution Director Juneun Park said, “GE Healthcare has many advanced digital technologies for patient monitoring and has more than 100 years of accumulated expertise and know-how in radiology. We hope to collaborate with the Korean hospital to build the remote monitoring and virtual care platform and contribute to raise the reputation of K-Quarantine of Korea.”
At K-Hospital Fair 2020, in addition to Mural, GE Healthcare is introducing various diagnostic solutions for COVID-19 and untack solutions that can safely diagnose patients. GE Healthcare booth is located at Hall C, COEX, 3F (booth number C01).
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