The hospital beds are now well-equipped with features that allow patients to self-adjust the height and have the provision of electrical assistance for movement as well as for patient monitoring.
Hospital-acquired infections in spite of strict guidelines and enforcement tactics continue to be a challenge.
Smart hospitals built on an ICT environment of interconnected assets not only improve existing patient care procedures and clinical outcomes, but also achieve overall excellence in healthcare delivery.
Absence of legal and regulatory protocols in India pertaining to patient handling for patients as well as caregivers is hampering the growth of the market.
India, with an average 0.7 hospital beds per 1000 of its population, needs seven lakhs additional beds over the next five years, translating to an investment opportunity of 1625 crore.
A better environment is not necessarily more expensive it is about how prudently the precious resources of time and money are spent.
Managing patient volumes and maximizing efficiency are the two focus points when planning a medical facility.
The National Health Policy 2017 envisions to add 1.8 million hospital beds to reach the global median by 2025, creating significant opportunity for manufacturers to establish and expand in the country.
In the wake of drug price regulator NPPAs move to cap stent prices, various major healthcare companies have requested the NPPA to allow them to withdraw their latest stents from the Indian market stating commercial unsustainability.
New technology is increasingly impacting how care providers practice medicine. It is high time to adapt and encompass these advantages to achieve maximum benefits.
Advances in design and technology of OT lights and tables have increased their importance and role as a functional part of any operating procedure.