The Medical Sector can benefit from integrating Audio Visual Technology. Implementing audio-visual technology helps to improve possibilities, including how and when healthcare professionals can look at visions of the condition of patients. With the advancement of technology for managing images recording medical procedures is now the new norm. As ORs and interventional labs become connected within hospitals and beyond, the sharing of medical practices and pictures has become easier and more accessible than ever before, rapidly increasing the possibility of medical education.
Incorporating technology into patient rooms like HD TVs, remote monitoring for patients, connected medical equipment with telehealth capabilities, and sound masking can improve patients’ health by boosting efficiency, reducing mistakes, and giving patients control over their care and treatment.
Improving Patient Rooms With Technology
Physical surroundings are an essential influence on physical and mental health.
In the ideal scenario, rooms for patients support the comfort and requirements of medical personnel, patients, their family members, and visitors.
Remote patient monitoring.
Many health facilities employ personnel to monitor patients visually, especially those at risk of falling. However, this monitoring could be done similarly and at less cost with remote video monitoring. The cameras in patients’ rooms transmit audio and video to a central observation station where trained personnel can be observant of patients and intervene as required. The cameras can be turned off during delicate care routines and they will not record and can eliminate privacy concerns.
When life-threatening situations are urgent and time-sensitive, caregivers and patients can’t afford to wait on specialists who travel or be at risk of communicating with distant providers in a manner that may create confusion or miscommunication. Rooms with video conferencing equipment with high-definition cameras and high-resolution screens enable remote professionals to see and hear patients and the on-site staff and make a precise diagnosis.
Electronic Health Records (EHRs)
are an additional vital aspect of both on-site and Telehealth healthcare. A fully integrated EHR means that both the doctor in the patient’s room and the doctor across the country will have the same information simultaneously. Seventy percent of doctors say EHRs enable them to provide higher quality patient treatment. Additionally, most patients had fewer prescription errors when they utilized an EHR.
Control and comfort for patients.
Uncontrollable aspects of their environment could contribute to anxiety among patients. This adversely affects the outcomes of patients. Systems that let patients manage things such as bed position and room temperature, as well as the TV station and lighting, offer patients an illusion of control and the ability to modify their physical surroundings to support their health and recovery.
Training and conference rooms across all types of hospitals and medical facilities must be fully equipped with top-quality audio and video technology to offer proper training and conduct productive staff gatherings.
Large Screen Projection Systems:
Whether it be for showing patients a relaxing movie to watch or for presenting information in a staff meeting, a big screen projection system can be used to transform your space.
Ceiling mounted projectors
Equipped to entertain patients and the families of patients and provide employees the opportunity to teach or present information to colleagues using ceiling-mounted projectors
Control shades and adjust light levels in the patient rooms or other rooms within your medical facility using touchscreen control panels or remotes.
Enable the music system to be played throughout specific areas of your health facility by installing a custom-designed sound system.
Security Systems for Video
Protect personnel, patients, or medical devices by assisting your security personnel keep an and on top of everything by using the most modern video surveillance cameras as well as video surveillance equipment
Medical devices that are integrated, like USB stethoscopes and wearable vitals monitors, collect vital health information and automatically record it in a central data collection system, such as an EHR.
About MNT Audio-Visual Solutions
At MNT, we know the distinctive audio-visual technology requirements of today’s contemporary healthcare environment. From the most prestigious healthcare facilities to the clinics and hospitals, we’ll develop, install, and maintain the best professional audio-visual solution to meet your needs.
We provide diverse audiovisual on-site and virtual solutions and services specifically tailored to those of Healthcare clients. Our skilled technicians create installations, set up, and seamlessly integrate audiovisual technology to provide healthcare professionals with the latest communications and visual solutions that offer their patients the best quality of healthcare.